punjab and haryana high court
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“Once a Law Graduate is enrolled as an Advocate, the condition under the Advocate’s Act applies to him. He is not allowed to do any other business, nor can he join any service or be holder of office of profit or gain. He is, therefore, presumed to be only practicing law.”

Changing Facets of Arbitration Law
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The International Arbitration & Mediation Centre, Hyderabad in association with Disputandum and Goel & Associates is organizing a conference on the topic

Delhi High Court
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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.

Madras High Court
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    Madras High Court: In a review application seeking compliance for disposal of plastic wastes and other items that are likely

Calcutta High Court
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Calcutta High Court: The Division Bench of Prakash Shrivastava, CJ. and Rajarshi Bharadwaj, J. took cognizance of a writ petition which was

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Allahabad High Court: J.J. Munir, J., expressed that, The Members of the Bar are free to hold a meeting to condole the

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Delhi High Court: Full Bench of Vipin Sanghi, Rekha Palli and Talwant Singh, JJ., took suo motu cognizance of the extraordinary circumstances

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Calcutta High Court: Citing the concept of ‘co-extensive’ rights as laid down in Delhi Cloth and General Mills Co. Limited v. Union

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Delhi High Court: Disposing of a batch of petitions dealing with a matter of public importance involving the functioning of courts and