The communications unit of the Finnish Bar Association will gladly inform you of the Bar Association and its members.

Sari Krappe
Head of Communications
tel. +358 9 6866 1225
gsm +358 40 562 0040
sari.krappe (at)

Johanna Askolin-af Ursin
Communications Expert
tel. +358 9 6866 1233
gsm +358 50 387 8311
johanna.askolinafursin (at)

Heidi Enne
Communications Officer
tel. +358 9 6866 1221
gsm +358 40 510 8238
heidi.enne (at)

Johanna Kainulainen
Communications Expert (parental leave)

Finnish Bar Association
P.O. Box 194 (Simonkatu 12 B 16)
FI-00101 Helsinki
tel. +358 9 6866 120

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