Organise lecture series on court craft, guide 15 juniors: Supreme Court's advice for Senior lawyers

"We want the young generation of this profession to be groomed so that by the time the older generation quits, the young ones are ready," said Justice Ajay Rastogi.
Justices Ajay Rastogi, BV Nagarathna
Justices Ajay Rastogi, BV Nagarathna

The Supreme Court on Tuesday suggested that Senior Advocates should take under their wings at least 15 junior counsel, and organise lecture series for them on court craft so that they are equipped to appear and argue in court more often.

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