SILF is no longer opposed to entry of foreign lawyers provided it happens in phased manner - SILF President Lalit BhasinDecember 15 2014
The Society of Indian Law Firms (SILF) has decided that it will no longer oppose the entry of foreign lawyers into India, provided it happens in a phased manner and subject to certain conditions. The decision was taken in a General Body meeting of the SILF held last month.
SILF has been opposing the entry of foreign lawyers for the past 20 years along with the Bar Council of India (BCI) and Bar Association of India. However, it is now of the view that Indian law firms are much . . .
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