Conduct surprise inspections, take steps to close law colleges functioning without infrastructure: Delhi High Court directs BCI

The court said that it is high time that stakeholders like BCI, Senior Advocates, academicians, and even former Supreme Court and High Court judges are requested to reform the status of legal education.
Bar Council of India (BCI)
Bar Council of India (BCI)

The Delhi High Court on Friday directed the Bar Council of India (BCI) to constitute a special team of experts to conduct surprise visits of colleges that lack infrastructure and facilities for teaching law [New Millennium Education Society vs GGSIPU].

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