Madras HC urges BCI to consider amending Legal Education Rules to disqualify those who opted for Distance learning from applying for law

"... persons who have not even gone to the regular school or college will get into a law college for the first time in life and that may not be a healthy trend to maintain the quality of education in Law", the Court said
Justice Anand Venkatesh, judge of the Madras High Court
Justice Anand Venkatesh, judge of the Madras High Court

The Madras High Court recently urged the Bar Council of India to consider introducing necessary changes in its rules so that candidates who do not pursue regular courses in their higher secondary or UG levels are not eligible for pursuing law.

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