Delhi University’s (DU) law colleges are looking at an indefinite delay in beginning recruitment interviews for more than 100 vacant teaching positions the university had advertised on 9 June.
The Delhi University’s law schools will again undergo inspection by the Bar Council of India (BCI), which will decide if it can approve the use of a single new campus building by the three law centres. DU has also set up a committee to look into its law centres’ shortcomings and report back in three weeks.
Delhi Univ law schools ‘should be closed down’: Read leaked BCI report on DU’s 17 (alleged) failings & a ‘rein of terror’
The BCI inspection committee that visited Delhi University’s (DU) law schools last year, was of “the firm view” that DU’s three law schools “should be closed down”, the full committee report has revealed.
Will not bow: Delhi University dean rails against BCI ‘jokers’ again refusing accreditation over ‘small idiotic things’
The Bar Council of India (BCI) has asked Delhi University’s law schools to explain by 15 March why they should not be stripped of their accreditation.
- Category: Bar, Bench & Litigation
- Published on Thu, 18 Dec '14, 00:06
- Written by Legally India
The Bar Council of India (BCI) would submit its report on the possible re-accreditation of Delhi University in the first week of January 2015, the BCI secretary told the Delhi high court today in a writ petition challenging the disaffiliation of Delhi University’s law schools, reported the Economic Times.
The Bar Council of India (BCI) yesterday notified Delhi University that it’s graduates would be allowed to enroll provisionally as lawyers, in a letter sent under the BCI’s previous chairman Biri Singh Sinsinwar, who was replaced on Saturday by his predecessor Manan Kumar Mishra, reported the PTI.
The letter signed by the BCI secretary said that enrolment would be provisional pending the decision of the BCI’s legal education committee and the BCI’s upcoming executive meeting, after the BCI had decided to derecognise DU’s three law centres in September.
The Delhi University (DU) has submitted a proposal to the Delhi high court for construction of a single campus for the three law schools under its umbrella that are currently operating from separate buildings, reported The Hindu and others.
The new building, 75 per cent of which is allegedly ready, will house DU’s three law centres — Campus Law Centre, Law Centre-I and Law Centre-II — adjacent to the faculty of law on the North Campus, next academic session onward.
When a seven-member Bar Council of India (BCI) team visited the law centres for inspection on Tuesday, the Delhi University Students’ Union presented it with a memorandum demanding better infrastructure.
The BCI inspection was pursuant to the university’s application for re-affiliation filed with the BCI after the regulator ordered the rejection of advocate enrolment applications of recent graduates of the university.
The BCI had similarly cracked down on Osmania University and forbade its graduates from enrolling as advocates after the university protested the Rs 1.5 lakh inspection fee demanded by the regulator.
The Bar Council of India (BCI) today inspected beleagured Delhi University’s three law centres.
Delhi University law fac pleads, tries to re-build bridges with BCI, which doesn’t want students to suffer over derecognition
BCI bans Delhi University law grads’ enrolment & disaffiliates all law centres because ‘not bothered’ following rules
The Bar Council of India said it will not allow recent graduates of Delhi University’s law centres to enrol as advocates.
NLSIU Bangalore, Delhi University (DU), GLC Mumbai and ILS Pune have given India’s biggest law firms more than three times as many partners than most other younger law schools since 2009.
NLU Jodhpur will appoint University of Delhi (DU) Law Centre II head Poonam Saxena as its new vice chancellor (VC) to succeed outgoing VC Justice NN Mathur.
- Category: Bar, Bench & Litigation
- Published on Tue, 28 May '13, 13:13
- Written by Prachi Shrivastava
Five out of ten Delhi Judicial Service (DJS) exam 2011 toppers collecting their appointment letters at the Delhi high court today are Delhi University (DU) law graduates.