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The Unione Nazionale delle Camere Civili (U.N.C.C) is a non-profit and non-partisan association, which represents Italian Civil Lawyers and brings together Civil Chambers established on national territory in order to achieve unified national representation.

The aim of the UNCC is to coordinate the activities of the Civil Chambers and to promote their policies to accomplish a better functioning of civil justice through the elaboration of legislative proposals, the organisation of conferences and the support of research. The UNCC also aims at strengthening  social awareness of the role of the lawyer in civil proceedings and out of court for the protection of citizens' rights, as well as updating forensic training and expertise to ensure the continued effectiveness and enhanced prestige of civil law practitioners.

The UNCC was founded in Rome on the 11 February 1989 through the initiative of the President of the Civil Chamber of Rome, Avv. Luigi Storace with the first constituent meeting comprising only 7 Civil Chambers. Nowadays, the UNCC enjoys widespread presence on the national level and is one of the largest and most representative Associations recognised by the Congresso Nazionale Forense and by the Consiglio Nazionale Forense.