Lalit Bhasin just called the BCI's rules on liberalisation a "bad piece of drafting"

Pallavi Saluja August 11 2016

The swords are out, make no mistake about that. At (yet another) event on the liberalisation of the legal market, SILF President Lalit Bhasin tore into the proposed rules drafted by the Bar Council of India. Describing the rules as a "bad piece of drafting", Bhasin said that were the rules to be implemented, it would be a complete "disaster".

He also questioned the right of the Bar Council of India to represent the Indian legal community as a whole.

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