JUSTICE SUDHIR MITTAL DISTRIBUTED LICENSES OF PRACTICE TO 344 NEW ADVOCATES OF PUNJAB & HARYANA IN THE LAW BHAWAN
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The Convocation of the Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana held for distribution of Enrolment Certificates to the newly enrolled Advocates in the Law Bhawan, Chandigarh.
Hon’ble Justice Sudhir Mittal Judge Punjab and Haryana High Court graced the occasion as Chief Guest and distributed the enrolment certificates to the new enroled advocates of Punjab & Haryana. After administering oath ceremony to the newly enrolled advocates, licenses to 344 Advocates were distributed.
Justice Sudhir Mittal delivered his value able speech to the entrants and advised them to serve the society and nation for the betterment of humanity and to maintain public faith in the judicial system. He further advised the newly enrolled Advocates to adopt the path of hard work and to maintain the faith of the clients as well as to play vital role in the Justice delivery system. He advised young lawyers for having the patience either dealing with clients and also during the course of pleadings in courts. He also stressed the need to fully equipped with the facts of the case to be a successful lawyer. Sh Vijender Singh Ahlawat Chairman Bar Council Punjab & Haryana while welcoming the Hon’ble Mr. Justice Sudhir Mittal apprised about the various scheme launched by the Bar Council about welfare schemes announced and implemented by the Bar Council of Punjab & Haryana under the Advocates welfare fund act 2001 and the Haryana Advocates Welfare fund rules 2014. He also advised the new entrant to maintain the dignity of the noble legal profession during practice and honestly work for their clients with fully professional dedication.
At this occasion, Rajeev Kaswan, Vice Chairman, Harpreet Singh Brar (Rajan), Hony Secretary, Jai Vir Yadav, Former Chairman, O.P. Sharma, Chairman Enrolment Committee, Randhir Singh Badhran, Member Enrollment Committee, Gurinder Pal Singh, Member Bar Council and former Chairman, and other elected members of the Bar Council and other Advocates as well as parents of the newly enrolled advocates from different places of Punjab, Haryana and U.T. Chandigarh were also present. It is also pertinent to mention here that the Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana was established under the Advocates Act 1961 and from its inception Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana enrolled more than 95 thousand advocates.