Practicing Advocates can join LLM Courses as Regular Students without suspending the practice

Bar Council of India (BCI) have passed a resolution dated 23.1.2010 at the counsel meeting held on 18th and 20th december 2009, where it was decided that the Practicing Advocates can join in LLM Courses as Regular Students without suspending the practice

Here's a Good News for the Advocates practicing in India. Earlier, the Advocates who used to be interested in joining LLM courses in the mid of practice had to get their license suspended for the time period of their study.
Bar Council of India (BCI) have passed a resolution dated 23.1.2010 at the counsel meeting held on 18th and 20th december 2009, where it was decided that the Practicing Advocates can join in LLM Courses as Regular Students without suspending the practice.
Practicing Advocates can join LLM Courses as Regular Students without suspending the practice

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Like doctors, lawyer also should able to practice in job and non practising allowance should be granted.

Can govt employee do registration in Bar Council of India?

Where to find the full document

We'll update you as and when any such notification is issued by Bar Council of India (c)

No that is not possible, a govt employee cannot register as an advocate [-(

karnataka state government employee can study LLB (3 years course) regularly?

This notification is pertaining to Practicing Advocates, Not for State Govt. employees :-?

Please guide us on as to how to go about this

Sir, Is there any law university that has admission for OC Quota where the LLM percentage is 54%? Sivadas

(h)Great thought

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