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Supreme Court considered the fact that the accused was represented by his son, as the Advocates were on strike in Rajasthan and hence, the petitioner could not properly represent himself before the court of law.

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The lawyers are bound by their commitment to the duties cast on them by Part VI (Rules Governing Advocates), Chapter II (Standards of Professional Conduct and Etiquette) of Bar Council of India Rules which define their duties towards the Court, Client, Opponent and Colleagues.


Interviewed by Jyotshna Yashaswi

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  Top Story  Thane Court Man allegedly cheats a woman by suppressing material fact of him being homosexual: Will Thane Court grant

Bombay High Court
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Bombay High Court: Stating that it is the duty of every Advocate to uphold professional integrity so that citizens can legally secure

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Allahabad High Court: While enunciating that “Nobility and contribution to freedom struggle of our nation are the two attributes which rush to

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Madras High Court: G.R. Swaminathan, J., dealt with an interesting matter where the petitioner who was administrator of a WhatsApp group approached

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Law schools organize Moot Competitions to train law students in reasoning, argument, and legal analysis. These competitions teach students to explore both


Interviewed by Nritika Sangwan

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Delhi High Court: C. Hari Shankar, J., after a wholesome discussion, rejected the idea of the constitution of a “two-tier” Confidentiality Club

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Punjab & Haryana High Court: In an interesting order, Arun Monga, J acknowledged a lawyer’s commitment towards discharging his duty to his

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Madras High Court: G.K. Ilathiraiyan, J., observed that, Section 500 of the Penal Code, 1860 cannot be attracted wherein an advocate acts professionally

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Here’s the story of Biswajit Shil, an IDIA Scholar: Background My name is Biswajit Shil and I am studying at the WB

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Allahabad High Court: A Division Bench of Attau Rahman Masoodi and Rajeev Singh, JJ., addressed the matter wherein the Government Counsel who has

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Kerala High Court: While dealing with a matter before the Court where a State Brief, who was appointed for the appellant to