Pursuing LL.M. course does not count as break in law practice: Delhi High Court

The Court held that the Delhi Higher Judicial Services eligibility criterion of being in practice for seven years does not require any inquiry into the actual area of practice of an advocate.

The Delhi High Court has held that pursuing a Master's course in law does not count as a break in practice of a lawyer [Karan Antil v. High Court of Delhi].

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