The Course has been designed to acquaint the students of Law about the Professional Ethics and Professional etiquettes that are essentially significant for an advocate to observe while at the Bar. Accountability and transparency are imperative to the profession. Besides, the conducive and cordial Bar- Bench relations can send a good message concerning the richness of the Legal profession. With this background cue, the course aims at developing insights of the students about the professional parameters.
The most amazing part is the MCQ’s. The portion has been covered from all the areas of law which will be very interesting to solve and work on.
Text & References:
Journal of Bar Council of India.
Benefits of Doing the Course:
Proficient morals incorporates a moral code overseeing the direct of people occupied with the act of law just as people occupied with the lawful area. All individuals from the lawful calling have a central obligation to the court and towards the organization of equity. This obligation beat every single other obligation, particularly in the conditions where there might be a contention of obligations. It is significant that lawful specialists maintain honesty, give legitimate help to the court, and advance open trust in the lawful framework. In completing their obligations, they are required and expected to manage different individuals from the lawful calling with politeness and integrity. Advocates, aside from being experts, are likewise officials of the court and assume a crucial job in the organization of equity.
As needs be, the arrangement of decides that oversee their expert lead emerge out of the obligations that they owe to the court, the customer, their adversaries and different backers. Rules on the expert measures that a backer needs to keep up are referenced in Chapter II, Part VI of the Bar Council of India Rules. These Rules have been given under area 49(1)(c) of the Advocates Act, 1961.
|MODULE 1. HISTORY OF LEGAL PROFESSION IN INDIA||8 Hrs|
|MODULE 2. BACKGROUND OF ADVOCATE, ACT, 1951||9 Hrs|
|MODULE 3. STATE BAR COUNCIL||8 Hrs|
|MODULE 4. FUNCTIONS OF STATE BAR COUNCIL||8 Hrs|
|MODULE 5. BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA||9 Hrs|
|MODULE 6. FUNCTIONS OF BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA||7 Hrs|
|MODULE 7. DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEES AND ITS PROCEDURE||10 Hrs|
|MODULE 8. CONSTITUTION OF LEGAL AID COMMITTEES||9 Hrs|
|MODULE 9. CONSTITUTION OF COMMITTEES OTHER THAN DISCIPL||9 Hrs|
|MODULE 10. SENIOR & OTHER ADVOCATES||7 Hrs|
|MODULE 11. MEANING OF PROFESSIONAL MIS-CONDUCT||9 Hrs|
|MODULE 12. QUALIFICATION AND DISQUALIFICATION FOR ENRLM||10 Hrs|
|MODULE 13. AUTHORITY TO WHOM APPLICATIONS FOR ENROLMENT||8 Hrs|
|MODULE 14. DUTIES OF ADVOCATE TOWARDS COURTS||8 Hrs|
|MODULE 15. DUTIES OF ADVOCATE TOWARDS CLIENT||9 Hrs|
|MODULE 16. DUTIES OF ADVOCATE TOWARDS OPPONENT||8 Hrs|
|MODULE 17. DUTIES OF ADVOCATE TOWARDS COLLEGUES||10 Hrs|
|MODULE 18. OTHER DUTIES OF ADVOCATE||7 Hrs|
|MODULE 19. RIGHT TO PRACTICE||8 Hrs|
|MODULE 20. CONTEMPT OF COURT||9 Hrs|
|MODULE 21. CONTEMPT OF COURT CASES||8 Hrs|