Author Topic: Enrollment as Advocate does not mean the Membership of the Bar Council  (Read 55 times)

Offline Ferdousi Begum

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When anybody’s name is entered in the roll of the Bar Council he/ she will be known as a Advocate but not as a Member of the Bar Council. Membership of the Bar Council is quite different thing. This is an elected position. Advocates on the roll elect from amongst themselves 14 persons as Members of the Bar Council for a term of three years. The Government may, in some extraordinary situation, nominate persons to act as Members of the Bar Council.

Source: http://www.barcouncil.gov.bd/