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    AIBE (12) 2018 results declared; check results here

    The results of the AIBE which is All India Bar Examination (12) 2018 exam was declared on Wednesday. Candidates can check the results on the official website of AIBE. AIBE exam was conducted on 10th of June 2018 by the Bar Council of India. By entering their roll number and date of birth on the official website candidates can access their result.

  • Indore: Grant affiliation of law colleges by December 31, varsities told

    Indore: The Bar Council of India (BCI) has asked universities, including Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), to grant affiliation to colleges offering law courses by December 31 for preceding academic year anyhow.  In a letter to universities, the BCI stated: “It’s very unfortunate that in spite of repeated circulars being sent to the varsities, the affiliation order of the university for the colleges is not issued when the matter comes up for consideration

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    Bombay High Court asks BCI: Inspect proposed women’s law college

    Mumbai: Noting that law colleges meant exclusively for women students in and around the city deserved all the assistance from the authorities, the Bombay High Court has directed the Bar Council of India (BCI) to conduct inspection and related formalities, without further delay, of one such proposed college in Thane.

  • Bhopal: State law colleges gasping for breath

    Bhopal: The law colleges in the state are running out of breath with only 22 regular teachers to teach nearly 2,000 students and without proper infrastructure. There are 37 state-run law institutions in the state, including five which are being run from university campuses, but all of them are in bad state.

  • Kathua rape case: Jammu HC Bar Association tells SC it did not support lawyers’ protest

    New Delhi: The Jammu High Court Bar Association today told the Supreme Court that it did not support lawyers’ protest in connection with the Kathua gangrape and murder case. The Bar Council of India told a bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra that they have constituted a team, headed by a former high court judge, which will visit Kathua to assess the situation relating to lawyers

  • SC TAKES UP KATHUA CASE

     New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to the bar associations of Kathua and Jammu, asking them to desist from denying access of justice to the family of Kathua’s rape victim child or cause any obstruction in the court proceedings.

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    If you enact law, then don’t practise it

    If doctors, engineers and architects are debarred from practicing two professions simultaneously, there is no reason why those who enact the law in Parliament or the state legislatures should not also be debarred…Rule 49 of the Bar Council of India states that any full-time salaried employee, whether he or she belongs to a corporation, private firm, or the government, cannot practise as a lawyer before a court of law.

  • ‘Matter laid to rest’, claims Bar Council of India on Supreme Court rift

    New Delhi: The Bar Council of India (BCI) on Monday said that the rift between the Chief Justice of India (CJI) and four senior Supreme Court judges has been “laid to rest”. BCI Chairman Manan Kumar Mishra said that the matter was resolved after a judges meet in the CJI Dipak Misra’s chamber at 10.30 on Monday morning.

  • Bar to meet to discuss SC affairs

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) will meet here on Saturday to discuss the situation after four senior judges complained about the functioning of the top court and the role Chief Justice Dipak Misra, reports IANS.

  • BCI issues show cause notice to Dushyant Dave for remarks against CJI

    New Delhi: The Bar Council Of India (BCI) on Thursday issued show cause notice to senior advocate Dushyant Dave for his “derogatory comments” and “reckless remarks” against the Chief Justice of India Dipak Mishra and the collegium. Asking Dave to file his reply within four weeks, the BCI said it will decide its further course of action after receiving his reply to the notice.

  • Indore: Student’s father threatens V-C, latter downplays issue

    Indore: Father of a law course student threatened vice-chancellor Narendra Dhakad of ‘ruining his future’ at a Jan Sunwai on Tuesday as his ward was denied to write an exam by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV). The V-C, however, downplayed the matter saying the former issued the threat in impulse. The Jan Sunwai was going on peacefully at DAVV when a resident from Bhind barged into the exam controller’s office seeking to know why his

  • Clarify stand on BCI’s move to debar law colleges, says HC

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has asked the Maharashtra government to clarify whether the Bar Council of India (BCI) has powers to debar law colleges in the state allegedly for not meeting mandatory requirements.

  • Ujjain: BCI calls for boycotting judicial work on Mar 31

    Ujjain: To register their protest against the proposed Advocate Amendment Bill, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has called for a boycott of judicial work on March 31. To discuss the report of Law Commission of India suggesting amendments in the 1965 bill, a meeting was called by the Bar Council on March 26. According to Bar Association of India member Pratap Mehta, a meeting of representatives of state bar associations will

  • SC stays Bar Council of India notification prescribing LLB age limit

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today stayed a notification issued by the Bar Council of India (BCI) to fix the upper age limit to 22 years for the five-year law course and 45 years for the three-year course to get admission in a law college.