Chamber placement for newly enrolled advocates, AIBE and standards of legal education: What BCI told Supreme Court

The BCI told the Court that it was considering asking Senior Advocates or lawyers having 25 years of standing at the Bar to engage at least five juniors in their chambers.
Bar Council of India
Bar Council of India

The Bar Council of India (BCI) told the Supreme Court in an affidavit filed on Tuesday that it was constituting a high-powered committee to check the validity of compulsory chamber placement for young law graduates with seniors [Bar Council of India v. Twinkle Rahul Mangaonkar].

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