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Advocates Act

Seven years of continuous...

The Allahabad High Court has said that seven years of continuous practice is necessary to become a Higher Judicial Service Officer / District Judge.

‘Derogatory’,...

Any indecent or derogatory, defamatory or motivated, statements made in the Print, Electronic or Social Media against any Court or Judge or any member of Judiciary, by any Advocate shall be a ground for his/her suspension or disqualification, said the amended Bar Council of India rules.

SILF to mark 60 years of ...

Top most Bar Leaders are participating as Speakers on diverse topics covered under the Act, led by none other than our Living Legend Fali S Nariman.

SILF to celebrate 60 year...

Top most Bar Leaders are participating as Speakers on diverse topics covered under the Act, led by none other than our Living Legend Fali S Nariman.

Plea in Delhi HC against ...

A writ petition has been filed in Delhi High Court challenging the constitutional validity of Rule 8 of the Standards of Professional Conduct

Madras HC warns advocates...

The Court also said every Advocate needs to maintain the grace and the dignity of the profession. One cannot wear T-shirt and Jeans and come to Court, the Temple of Justice.

No unauthorized sharing o...

A Circular of the Supreme Court dated November 6 states that there shall be no unauthorized sharing of links by Advocates on Record and parties-in-person without the permission of the Court for hearing of matter through video conferencing.

BCI directs BCD to study ...

New Delhi: The Bar Council of India (BCI) today directed the Bar Council of Delhi (BCD) through a press release to thoroughly examine the judgment of the Supreme Court in Prashant Bhushan’s suo moto contempt petition holding him guilty of criminal contempt of court.

NCLT bench: Technical mem...

Technical members come out in a judge’s uniform and hold court, without a law degree and/or a bar council registration

Relaxation sought in Act,...

The Supreme Court today (July 14) issued notice to the Bar Council of India (BCI) on a plea seeking permission to use advertisements for lawyers till March 2021 so that other paralegal work can be taken up by them to earn their livelihood amid the COVID 19 pandemic.

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