In Madrid we provide legal services through AlardeLaw S.L. a limited liability corporation of professionals which is duly registered in the Mercantile Registry of Madrid. Spanish lawyers (abogados) are regulated in their professional practice by the General Rules for Lawyers (Estatuto General de la Abogacía Española) and the Spanish Lawyers Code of Conduct (Código Deontológico de la Abogacía Española) which is based on the European Code of Conduct (Código Deontológico Europeo). In addition, Spanish Lawyers (abogados) are subject to other legal provisions such as the Organic Law of the Judicial Power (Ley Orgánica del Poder Judicial) and the rules which may be issued from time to time by the local bar association of the relevant jurisdictional bar. In Madrid, such relevant provisions are, among others, the Code Governing Publicity of Lawyers of the Madrid Bar Association (Código Regulador de la Publicidad de los Abogados del Colegio de Madrid), and the Disciplinary Regulation (Reglamento del Procedimiento Disciplinario).

In order to be allowed to practise law, Spanish lawyers (abogados) must be  registered with the Bar Association of their local jurisdiction in Spain.

The regulatory provisions referred to above are available through any of the Spanish Bar Associations, including the Madrid Bar Association.