The Attorney General in Malta is reviewing a bill to regulate the legal profession. The proposed bill defines what legal services can be offered exclusively by lawyers and what services can be offered by other professionals who are regulated by a different authority. The bill establishes regulation for law forms and the requirement that all lawyers are members of the Chamber of Advocates. The Chamber of Advocates will issue an annual practicing certificate. Continuing professional development requirements are also included in the bill. Upon review, the bill will be passed on to the Cabinet.