Need to dispel notion that basic academic qualification not required to become Lawyer: Bombay HCNovember 22 2019
The Bombay High Court recently dismissed pleas filed by two LL.B aspirants who sought to be allowed to apply for law admission, although their pre-law degree scores had fallen short of recently introduced academic eligibility criteria by a small margin. The Bench of Justices SC Dharmadikari and RI Chagla held,
"The student must accept the Rule and there is no fundamental or vested right in a rounding off. A candidate who has failed or has not fulfilled the minimum . . .
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