Comments on Autonomy Of the Bar Cannot Be Taken Over By The Court: SC Quashes Madras HC Disciplinary Rules For Lawyers

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dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 08 February 2019  

If advocacy disrespects judiciary, if the client notices, the client himself may withdraw his case from such lawyers or combine after all clients can discipline lawyers, after all clients need justice from the court, they do not want belligerency before their matter is judged, for there is a danger court might give a verdict that may not help the client but increase his problems if court disallows or dismisses his case on merits....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 08 February 2019  

Power is an instrument that needs to be used with caution. Bar councils ought to rightly admit right kind of lawyers to the Bar that way it can play its role more balanced way, after all education is misused of late, as universities are careless that is a pitiable situation today, Ba councils themselves ought to play right role is my another view,



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 08 February 2019  

Good to note indeed. Fact is self discipline is a must in every Bar member not to hurt judges on wrong footing. After all advocates only one day become judges, so they ought to save the office of judges then separation of powers is preserved, it is like if a government term gets over it has to fight elections, not to resort to misuse its powers to villify other parties, better go to voters if elected follow the policies if voters agree, means if elected to power you cannot remain just loyal to yr political party but you have to equally accountable to over all citizens of the state or nation then only we can save the preservation of separation of powers is my view .


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