Advocates must wear white band, law interns can come to court wearing black tie, coat and pant: Delhi High Court

The Court was hearing a plea by a second-year law student challenging Shahdara Bar Association's circular mandating blue coats for law interns.
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The Delhi High Court on Thursday clarified that a lawyer appearing before the Supreme Court, High Courts or district courts must wear white bands and the law interns can come to courts wearing black tie, coat, pant and white shirt.

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