“I have never seen something like this happening in 60 years of my practice” - Soli Sorabjee on the Kabir-Bhattacharya spatJuly 30 2013
Bar & Bench speaks with India’s former Attorney General and eminent jurist Soli Sorabjee on the recent public spat between judges, the collegium system, role of the law officers and the huge pendency of cases.
Soli Sorabjee, who has completed 60 years in the profession, also spoke about the changes he has seen at the Bar and the Bench over the years. He appeared in court for detenues who were arbitrarily arrested and for the victims of press censorship during the 1975 Emergency, which he says . . .
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