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advocates-on-record (AOR)

26 February 2013

of4am1j1The Supreme Court (SC) on Thursday admitted two petitions that challenge the prevalence of the advocate-on-record (AOR) designation in the SC, a year after the High Court (HC) of Delhi dismissed the challenge.

12 February 2013

Only 66 candidates out of approximately 466 candidates enrolled to take the Supreme Court’s Advocates on Record (AoR) exam in June 2012 have passed, according to a notification posted on the Supreme Court’s website.

04 May 2012

Shelved The Supreme Court Advocates on Record Association (SCAORA) has requested advocates-on-record (AORs) to blacklist senior counsel Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Wednesday, after the politician’s involvement in a “disquieting … incident”.

26 April 2012

AoRs are lawyers! The Supreme Court has removed the section on elementary principles of bookkeeping from its syllabus for this year’s advocates-on-record (AoR) examination which will be conducted from 4 to 7 June 2012.

16 February 2012

Delhi-Supreme-CourtExclusive: The Delhi High Court (HC) has dismissed advocate Balraj Singh Malik’s petition to abolish the advocates-on-record (AOR) classification of advocates on Monday.

30 January 2012

Supreme senior CiccuOn-notice Amarchand Mangaldas equity partner Ciccu Mukhopadhaya is expected to argue in the Supreme Court for the first time since having been designated senior counsel in December 2011, with 10 other senior advocates appearing in the test case relating the Bhatia International arbitration doctrine in the court’s special constitutional bench.

25 January 2012

Mohit AbrahamExclusive: Mohit Abraham, an equity partner at PXV Law Partners and the topper of the previous advocates-on-record (AOR) exam in November 2011, tells Legally India everything you have ever wanted to know about the AOR exam and whether there is any point to the designation.

28 November 2011

Exclusive: 71 advocates out of around 400 test takers have passed the June 2011 advocates-on-record (AOR) examination, making them part of the oligopoly of at least 1,000 advocates who can file petitions before the Supreme Court. However, the Delhi High Court has now taken up a writ challenging the AOR system and has approached the apex court for guidance.