The relevance of the topic of the article is confirmed by the tendencies and dy-namics of the internal development of modern democratic states, the need for a comprehensive theoretical and legal study of the effectiveness of the practice of law in the mechanism of ensuring the constitutional rights of citizens. In the context of this, the aim of the article was to carry out a comprehensive comparative analysis of the legal regulation of practice of law in the territories of the Member States of the European Union and the Commonwealth of Independent States. The author’s developments and conclusions resulting from scientific and legal research are summarised as follows: international and national law consolidates different approaches to the practice of law; the legal regulation of the process of entering into the profession of lawyer and the subsequent exercise of his lawyer’s activity in the territory of the European Union has more detailed elaboration in the context of the realities of modern legal relations in comparison with Commonwealth of Independent States countries; a comparative analysis showed that a model of practice of law, regulated by the legislation of the French Republic, can be considered the most approximate to the idealistic.
Keywords: European Union, human rights, advocacy monopoly, Commonwealth of Independent States, procedure for practice of law.
Madiyar N. Umbetov, Ermek Nurmaganbet, Kairat T. Bitemirov, Nursultan B. Kalkashev, Zhaksylyk R. Yeslamgaliyev, in "RIVISTA DI STUDI SULLA SOSTENIBILITA'" 1/2020, pp. 479-495, DOI:10.3280/RISS2020-001028