It is becoming extremely difficult to attract best talent to the bench particularity in global metropolises like Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru, Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud said on Saturday..Further, talking about his experience with young lawyers when they refuse to accept judgeship, CJI Chandrachud said he always tells them that if they don't accept, they will get the judges they deserve in the future.In this backdrop, he urged young lawyers to guard against that by ensuring that the best come over to the bench."If you don't accept judgeship today, then 25 years down the line, you will get the judges you deserve and we have to guard against that not for today but for what will be 15 or 20 years down the line if the best don't come over to this institution in which all of you have a very important role to play," he said..The CJI was speaking at a function organised by Bombay High Court to felicitate him for taking over as CJI.He clarified that he was not casting any doubts on the capability of current crop of judges as they have accepted judgeship after great sacrifice. But it is important that judges mentor young talent right from the age of around 37, for the future, he added.This mentorship of young talent at the bar is crucial for survival of courts, he underscored."But, looking to the future, I think it's important that we mentor young talent right at the time when they are 37 or 38 or 39. Tell them that you are under watch now perhaps you are now under consideration. That you will become a judge in the next five or six or seven years so that you we instill upon them the idea that they would be important elements of the decision-making process in this institution. The mentorship of young talent at the bar is crucial if our courts have to survive for the future." he said..Read what CJI said about Bombay High Court here. Read what CJI said about his family here.