Objectives of Course:
This online Course will guide, prepare and counsel practising Lawyers to appear and take Advocate on Record Exams, Supreme Court of India. You will understand what Advocates-on- Record (AOR) do and how one could become an Advocate-on- Record (AOR).
There is a scarcity of good study material in the market. More so, there are no Multiple Choice Questions guide and assignments to test your knowledge and information that will enable you to appear confidently in the examination.
One of the basic criteria for appearing at Advocate-on-Record examination is to enroll for training under an AoR. IALM guides Advocates all over India to be enrolled as a trainee as per Supreme Court Rules, 2013. We do this by 1) providing contact information of all AoRs; 2) pointing out specific vacancy, if available; 3) preparation of covering- application alongwith draft CV; and 4) preparation of interview or telephonic conversation with AoRs.
EXAM NOTIFICATION DATES ARE 3rd, 4th, 7th and 8th June 2019: Click Here for Notification
Structure of the Examination:
Paper-1: Practice and Procedure of Supreme Court (Day1: 3 hrs)
Paper-2: Drafting (Day2: 3 hrs)
Paper-3: Advocacy and Professional Ethics (Day3: 3 hrs)
Paper-4: Leading Cases (Day4: 3 hrs)
Eligibility of Advocates-on-Record AOR exams:
1) One should be a practicing advocate (either at the Supreme Court of India or other courts of India) for at least four years
2) One should undergo training under an Advocate on Record (AOR) for one year.
Click here for Regulations regarding Advocates-on-Record Examination, Supreme Court of India.
Click here to download AoR Examination Notification issued by Supreme Court of India.
IALM assists Advocates-on-Record (AOR) aspirants in the following manner:
Important information about this ONLINE Course
|Logistic Information||5 Hrs|
|Practice and Procedure||6 Hrs|
|Advocacy and Professional Ethics||6 Hrs|
|Leading Cases||7 Hrs|
|Previous years’ Solved Papers||6 Hrs|