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The course starts on March 16, 2024.
Advocate on Record (AOR) Exam & Supreme Court Practice
Advocate on Record (AOR) Exam & Supreme Court Practice

The role of an Advocate-on-Record (AOR) embodies the essence of the quote, "It is better to be unique than to be best" by Justice AK Sikri. Being an AOR in India is like standing out in a crowd rather than just trying to be the best. It's not just about being a good lawyer; it's about meeting special requirements and passing tough exams set by the Supreme Court. 

Who is an Advocate on Record?

An AOR is an advocate who is entitled under Order IV of Supreme Court Rules to plead on behalf of their clients in the Supreme Court. Only an AOR can file cases before the Supreme Court.

Simply put, AORs are a pool of lawyers whose legal practice is mostly before the Supreme Court. The idea behind this practice is that a lawyer with special qualifications, picked by the Supreme Court itself, is equipped to appear for a litigant because it is a court of the last opportunity for the litigant.

Once you become an AOR, you get a unique privilege – you can directly file and argue cases in the Supreme Court. It's not just about being excellent in general; it's about having a special skill set tailored for the complex procedures of the highest court in the country. 

In the 2023 AOR exam in India, a total of 815 candidates strived for success, and out of them, 198 advocates successfully cleared the examination. The fact that approximately 150-200 lawyers typically clear the AOR exam each time emphasizes the selectivity and competitive nature of the process.

To help you overcome challenges and set the stage for a successful career by clearing the AOR exam, Bettering Results (BR) presents the Advocate-On-Record Examination and Supreme Court Practice Course!

The course starts on March 16, 2024.

Taught and Instructed by Advocates-on-Record at the Supreme Court, veteran legal professionals, and expert legal practitioners, with more than decades of experience in the field, this three-month course will equip you with both theoretical knowledge and practical aspects concerning the AOR exam.

The course highlights include in-depth Supreme Court practice and procedure sessions, drafting sessions covering various legal documents, as well as detailed discussions on the leading case laws anticipated in the AOR examination, among other topics.

You will have the opportunity to learn LIVE with these experts and solve all your queries. Along with that, you will have access to recordings of live sessions, practice exercises, career guidance sessions, and so much more.

In the past, Bettering Results has taught more than 16,000 practicing advocates, law students, IAS Officers, in-house counsels, CA, CS, etc. with our practical legal training courses and workshops. Bettering Results has also forged partnerships with prominent institutions/ companies such as LBSNAA, Mussoorie (IAS Training Academy), Government of India, NLSIU, Bangalore ADR Board, Power Grid Corporation of India Limited, Thermax Limited, Manupatra, and VIPS Delhi, among others.

After the course, mock tests will be given to our learners, based on the same pattern as that of the AOR examination. These practice papers will undergo evaluation by experienced AORs, and comprehensive feedback will be provided to assist you in enhancing your performance and skills.

Who is this Course for?

  1. Advocates who have practiced for more than four years and who aspire to become an AOR.

  2. Advocates who have an interest in Supreme Court practice and procedures.

  3. Mediators, arbitrators, or individuals involved in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) who want a comprehensive understanding of the Supreme Court practice and procedures.

  4. Anybody interested in knowing and learning about the drafting of Supreme Court documents and learning its practice and procedures.

Trainers Include:

  1. Aditya Jain, Advocate on Record, Supreme Court

  2. Niti Richhariya, Advocate on Record, Supreme Court

  3. Siddarth Agarwal, Advocate on Record, Supreme Court

Exclusive Benefits of this Course

  1. Live and Interactive sessions with experts to provide a conducive classroom environment.

  2. Weekend sessions only that are manageable with practice, job etc.

  3. Career guidance from the experts.

  4. Live sessions recording accessible for five years.

  5. Hard copy reading material.

  6. Access to mock test papers.

  7. Practice exercises and expert feedback.

  8. Access to excellent drafts on the topics covered in the session.

Eligibility Criteria to become an AOR in India

  1. The Advocate must be enrolled with a State Bar Council.

  2. The Advocate must have a minimum of four years of legal practice before commencing one-year of training under an approved AOR.

  3. The Advocate is required to complete one-year of training under an AOR approved by the Supreme Court.

  4. After the completion of the training, the Advocate needs to pass the AOR examination conducted by the Supreme Court of India.

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