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Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar Bench Relations - November/December 2009

Question Type Question  
Short Right to practice
Short Legal education
Short Advocates Welfare Fund
Short Touting
Short Seven lamps of advocacy
Short Criminal contempt
Short Professional misconduct
Short Functions of Accountancy.
Long Write a note on the development of legal profession in India.
Long Explain the duties of an advocate to courts.
Long Explain the Acts which constitutes professional misconduct, with the help of decided cases.
Long Explain the need for and importance of accounting for lawyers.
Problem Mr. "A", a terrorist was prosecuted for causing explosions in public places. He approached Mr. "X" an advocate and requested him to defend him. Mr. X refused to take up the brief. Is Mr. "X" guilty of professional misconduct?
Problem Mr. "X" has engaged an advocate, Mr. "Y" to file a suit before the court. While the suit was pending, Mr. "Y" has failed to appear before the court on various occasions and continuously absented himself, during the final stage of the suit. As a result, an Ex-parte decree was passed by the court. Aggrieved by the attitude of the advocate, Mr. "X" filed a complaint against advocate, Mr. "Y", before the State Bar Council, stating that Mr. "Y" is guilty of professional negligence. Is Mr. "Y" guilty of professional negligence?
Problem Mr. "Y" an advocate, after completing his day`s work in the court, straightaway went to a function, without changing his robes. Is Mr. "Y" guilty of violating the dress code? Explain.
Problem Mr. "X", a registered medical practitioner, has passed LL.B. degree and intends to enroll his name in the bar council, to practice as a lawyer. Is he entitled to practice as a lawyer ? Examine in the light of the enrollment rules of Bar Council of India.
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