(Expert) 18 April 2010
As an advocate-on-record in the Supreme Court requires an additional qualification. He has to practice for 4 years as an advocate and thereafter has to intimate to the Supreme Court that he has started taking training with a Senior Advocate on record because he intends to become an Advocate-on-record. After the expiry of one year's training, he is eligible to appear for an examination conducted by the Supreme Court itself. After passing this examination he must have a registered office within a radius of 10 miles from the Supreme Court building and a registered clerk. After that the Chamber Judge of the Supreme Court accepts him as an advocate-on-record.