Allahabad High Court directed the opposite party no. 4 to inform the Bar Council of U.P. about several cases being filed, alleging Advocates in uniform going to intervene in private property dispute and assisting land mafia in grabbing property of citizens.
The Collegium thoroughly scrutinized the recommended names on basis of the reports sent by the respective High Court Collegiums and material placed on record by the Department of Justice.
The recommendations were made by the Collegium keeping in mind the integrity, qualifications and experience of the judicial officers and advocates.
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Allahabad High Court also directed SIT, already constituted by the State Government to intimate about the action taken on the first information reports lodged by lawyers in respect of the incident, while submitting its interim report.
“Preserving the sanctity of a court as a space where justice is administered and the rule of law upheld being non-negotiable, it is critical that judicial institutions take comprehensive steps to safeguard the well-being of all stakeholders.”
Deliberating over a decade old case, the Court also noted that media being the 4th pillar of democracy should act like it, for it has a social responsibility to maintain peace, as publication of the news items have wide implication on the society at large.
Out of the 4 names, one woman advocate has been recommended by the Supreme Court Collegium for appointment as a High Court Judge.
The direction came in a contempt petition filed by Common Cause NGO which argued that the BCI was not taking steps to prevent advocates from going on strikes.
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As per the fresh guidelines for the designation of Senior Advocates, there shall be no voting by secret ballot save in an exceptional situation, for reasons to be recorded.
1 woman judicial officer has been recommended by the Collegium for elevation as High Court Judge out of the 6 recommended names.
The Court required an impartial investigation by the ACP in charge at Matunga division.
On 2-6-2023, the Delhi High Court issued a circular revising the Dress Code of Judicial Officers and Advocates. Key Points: Rule 30
The two Supreme Court collegium resolutions were passed on 02-05-2023.
Criticising the practice of the advocates going on strike and abstaining them from work, the Court observed that it is appropriate that their genuine grievances are considered by some forum so that such strikes can be avoided.
Gauhati High Court was faced with a peculiar case where “petitioner” had followed every rule in the book to file a well-planned petition; however, in reality the petitioner did not exist!
Under the Advocates Act, 1961, Section 49 vests powers in the Bar Council of India to make rules over a variety of subject matters.
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The Delhi High Court observed that a law student shall not represent a party or provide legal counsel in any legal proceeding before a court of law before being properly enrolled by a bar council and being admitted to the bar.