In relation to the international policy agenda, 2009 will see the implementation of the new EU Services Directive, which will require the BSB to make its procedures more accessible to European lawyers and consumer as well as requiring barristers to comply with increased standards of client care. The CCBE will embark on a review of the EU Establishment Directive in anticipation of the Commission’s own review in 2012. Beyond the shores of Europe, most international practitioners are awaiting with great anticipation whether the Indian legal market will open up to foreign legal practitioners. An LLP Bill currently before the Indian parliament is set to clear the way for Indian law firms to compete on level terms with foreign firms, and is seen as a precursor to a gradual opening of the legal market.