Junior counsel who assist the court ought not to be described as proxy counsel, Delhi HCNovember 1 2019
The Delhi High Court has remarked that junior counsel, who work in the filing counsel's chamber, is aware of the facts and assist the court, ought not to be described as proxy counsel.
"When junior counsel working in the chambers of filing counsel appear and assist the court, instead of describing them as "proxy counsel" alternative terminology such as “_____, Advocate appearing for Ld. Counsel for the Plaintiff/Defendant” can be adopted.."
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