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All practicing advocates who are members of State Bar Councils can now submit details till Nov 15

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New Delhi (ILNS): The Bar Council of India has decided to extend the deadline for submission of details of all practicing advocates enrolled with their respective State Bar Councils as per the requirement of the E-Committee of the Supreme Court of India.

The BCI decided this after considering the requests received from various quarters including various Bar Associations and State Bar Councils to extend the last date for furnishing the information as per the format required by the E-Committee of the Supreme Court.

BCI stated,

“The General Council, as a last and final opportunity, is considering the request to extend the last date for submission till November 15.”

The General Council of BCI has also clarified that there shall be no further extension granted and any Advocate or Bar Association who/which does not cooperate in this endeavor shall be dealt with firmly.

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