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January 6, 2021 Archives

Minimum 3 Years Experience to Be Made Compulsory to Become a Judge: Bar Council of India to Supreme Court

The Bar Council of India, while answering the question, “Should a judge have a prior experience of Advocacy in order to be effective?”, said ‘Yes’ and therefore, it further plans on moving the Supreme Court to seek that a minimum of 3-year practice at the Bar to be made mandatory to become a judicial official at the Subordinate Judiciary Level.

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Difficult for a Woman to Say She Has Been Sexually Harassed Because We as Society Blame Her: Madras HC

The first bench comprising of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar of the Madras High Court, while hearing the arguments of the case involving IPS officer R. Subbash in Puducherry, while making an observation that the women who suffer sexual harassment are blamed because of the way they dress or are attractive, held that while the victim may excuse the misconduct of the harasser, the court should exhibit zero tolerance towards men who harass women in workplaces.

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