HOW CAN AN ADVOCATE IN INDIA BECOME AN ADVOCATE ON RECORD (AOR) IN INDIA? - SSRANA

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HOW CAN AN ADVOCATE IN INDIA BECOME AN ADVOCATE ON RECORD (AOR) IN INDIA?

An advocate can become an Advocate on Record (AOR) if he/she fulfills the following criterias:

  • Advocate must be enrolled with any state Bar Council for a period of not less than four years on the date of commencement of his training;
  • The advocate needs to complete one year training with an Advocate on Record (AOR) of not less than five years standing are eligible for the examination;
  • After training for one year the advocate has to appear for an examination conducted by the Supreme Court itself;
  • After passing the exam, the advocate must have a registered office within a radius of 16 kilometers from the Supreme Court and gives an undertaking to employ, within one month of his being registered as Advocate on Record (AOR), a registered clerk;

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