Bar Council of Odisha

The Advocates Act, 1961 was enacted on 19th May, 1961 in order to amend and consolidate the law relating to legal practitioners and to provide for the constitution of autonomous Bar Councils one for whole...

Bar Council Of Gujarat

The Bar Council of Gujarat is the autonomous statutory body constituted under Advocates Act, 1961 with and having wide varied powers, functions and duties. The Bar Council of Gujarat is required to discharge statutory duties...

Bar Council Of Goa

ABOUT BAR COUNCIL OF MAHARASHTRA & GOA The functions of the Bar Councils are To admit persons as Advocates on its roll To prepare and maintain such roll To entertain and determine cases of misconduct against...

Bar Council Of Assam

Apart from judges, lawyers are the most important officers of the Court. Lawyers/ advocates/ barristers/ solicitors have been in existence since time immemorial. The legal profession and system, as it exists in India today was...
About BAR COUNCIL OF ANDHRA PRADESH :: HYDERABAD. Under Sec.3 of the Advocates’ Act, 1961  there shall be  a  Bar Council for each  State  and  accordingly  the Bar Council of  Andhra Pradesh   has been  constituted. Clause  (b)...

Bar Council of India

The Bar Council of India is a statutory body created by Parliament to regulate and represent the Indian bar. We perform the regulatory function by prescribing standards of professional conduct and etiquette and by exercising...

Bar Council Of Delhi

The Bar Council of Delhi (BCD) is an autonomous statutory body constituted under Advocates Act, 1961 with and having wide varied powers, functions and duties. The Bar Council of Delhi is required to discharge statutory...