Won't represent woman who raised 'Free Kashmir' placard at protest against JNU violence, says Mysuru Bar Association
The Mysuru Bar Association said that it will not represent the woman who had raised 'Free Kashmir' placard at a protest held in Mysuru University on 8 January
Two days after Tis Hazari clash, lawyers go on a rampage outside Delhi's Karkardooma court, assault policeman and passersby
Even as lawyers protested outside the Supreme Court on Monday, demanding the enforcement of Lawyers Protection Act in the wake of a clash that erupted between lawyers and police at Tis Hazari court on Saturday that left several injured, some practitioners went on a rampage, assaulting a policeman and some passers-by, according to multiple videos posted on social media.
Tis Hazari court clash: Two days after incident, Delhi lawyers protest outside SC, demand law to protect advocates
Lawyers demanded the enforcement of Lawyers Protection Act in the wake of a clash that erupted between lawyers and police at Tis Hazari court, and protested outside the Supreme Court.
Two injured, nine police vehicles vandalised as cops clash with lawyers over parking scuffle at Delhi's Tis Hazari court
Clashes broke out after a lawyer was allegedly locked up and beaten up by he police after his car hit a police van, said the secretary of the Bar Association
Uttar Pradesh Bar Council President Darvesh Yadav cremated in Etah day after being shot dead at an Agra court
Darvesh Singh Yadav, Uttar Pradesh Bar Council President who was shot dead by a lawyer on the Agra court premises, was cremated in Etah district of Uttar Pradesh
Bar Association of India press conference updates: CJI Dipak Misra delivers first public speech after impeachment row
The Bar Association of India (BAI), a lawyers' body in India, will hold a press conference at 3.30 pm on Thursday to discuss their take on the "crisis being faced by Indian Judiciary."
Calcutta HC lawyers threaten to go on indefinite strike if demand of appointing more judges is not met
The Bar Association of Calcutta High Court on Wednesday threatened to go on an indefinite strike if immediate steps are not taken to appoint judges to fill up vacant posts at the high court, which is at present working at less than half of its sanctioned strength of 72 judges.
The Supreme Court on Monday made it clear that it is not going to broaden the scope of its hearing and will confine itself to the violent incident in which journalists and JNU students and teachers were attacked at the Patiala House court complex on 15 February.
The head of Sri Lanka's bar association said on Wednesday he feared he might be killed after he described President Mahinda Rajapakse's government as becoming more autocratic.
Lawyers of the petitioners and respondents in all courts of the district may soon get SMS alerts regarding status of the pleas filed, on their mobile phones through new service called Case Information System (CIS).
Contrary to popular wisdom, it is the Bangalore lawyers who are the victims of police violence and media disinformation. But all of us should be worried about the loss of faith between these three pillars of our democracy.