The U.K.’s Bar Council has relocated to a new office space in Brussels as part of a push by the regulatory body to deepen its ties with a number of European counterparts.

The launch of the new office was announced Tuesday and presided over by Bar Council Chairman Timothy Dutton QC. The Bar Council will now share premises with bodies including the German Federal Bar, the Austrian Bar and the law societies of England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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