Supreme Court arraigns SCBA as party to plea against rule providing allotment of deceased lawyers' chambers to relative

Interestingly however, the Supreme Court Advocates-on-Record Association (SCAORA), which had passed a resolution against the Rule, was not made a party to the case.
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The Supreme Court recent directed that the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) be arraigned as a party to a petition challenging a rule which provides that in the event of death of a lawyer who has a chamber in Supreme Court, the chamber will be allotted to his/her son, daughter or spouse if such person is practicing in the Supreme Court.

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