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Conduct of advocates & legal profession

Nirmalendu Dutt-Majumdar

Conduct of advocates & legal profession

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by Nirmalendu Dutt-Majumdar

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Published by Eastern Law House in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Legal ethics -- India.,
    • Legal ethics.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Nirmalendu Dutt-Majumdar.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination96 p. ;
      Number of Pages96
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4865200M
      LC Control Number75905177

      ADVOCATES ACT AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS. By N. Dutt-Majumdar. 2nd ed. (). Eastern Law House, Calcutta. Pp. Rs. 28/-. NIRMALENDU DUTT-MAJUMDAR'S book Advocates Act and Profes-sional Ethics 1 is quite an exhilarating one epitomising the law relating to the legal profession in India. Professional ethics is the most precious qualification. This paper mainly focuses on conduct of advocates. Every advocate has rights and duties. This paper will discuss about the duties of advocate towards various parties such as client, opponent, colleagues, public etc. Professional Ethics is a subject which has to be followed by everyone irrespective of their profession and it is not just limited to legal profession.

      The set of rules that regulate the conduct of members of the legal profession are called legal ethics. Legal ethics is one branch of professional ethics, which comprises of set of rules of conduct for professionals including teachers, accountant, engineers, physicians etc. Professional. The Code of Conduct sets standards of conduct which can be enforced by the Legal Practice Council. It consists of the following parts: I. Definitions II. General provisions Ill. Conduct of attorneys IV. Conduct of advocates contemplated in section 34(2)(a)(i) of the Act V. Conduct of advocates contemplated in section 34(2)(a)(ii) of the Act VI.

      legal profession accepts its sacred responsibility of safeguarding the Fundamental Rights of the citizen and it is a great relieving factor that there are at least some prominent lawyers who rise above the temptation of gain from the professional and come our openly to render free regarded as a spring to actions d conduct of an advocate. Legal ethics may be taken to mean the body of rules and practice which determine the professional conduct of members of bar. The very fi rst purpose and aim of legal ethics is to maintain the dignity and honour of the law India to maintain the honor of legal profession, the Advocate Act has been passed and established Bar.


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Legal Ethics and Professionalism A Handbook for Uganda African Law 2 Legal Ethics and Professionalism The Editors ISBN Legal ethics and professionalism are at the core of legal practice. Advocates must know the requirements of the profession. In addition, being an ethical and professional advocate is about more than following rules.

Conduct of advocates & legal profession. Calcutta: Eastern Law House, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nirmalendu Dutt-Majumdar. Ethics are principles and values, which together with rules of conduct and laws, regulate a profession, such as the legal profession.

They act as an important guide to ensure right and proper conduct in the daily practise of the law. Areas covered by ethical standards include: • File Size: KB. Six chapters include: A General Overview of Professional Ethics; The Legal Profession and the Kenyan System; Advocate-Client Relationship; Unqualified Persons Acting as Advocates; Remuneration of Advocates; Professional Misconduct and Offences by AdvocatesCited by: 1.

An independent legal profession is an important force in preserving government under law, for abuse of legal authority is more readily challenged by a profession whose members are not dependent on government for the right to practice.

[12] The legal profession's relative autonomy carries with it special responsibilities of self-government.

Chapter II, "Standards of Professional Conduct and Etiquette" formulated by the Bar Council under Section 49(1)(c) of Advocates Act, deals with the traditional duties of an advocate.

INTRODUCTION Code of Ethics (Conduct) for advocates defines the rules of advocates’ conduct and principles of advocating ethics.

The procedure of disciplinary proceeding against an advocate is prescribed by the law and the “Procedure of Initiating Disciplinary Proceedings against an Advocate” attached to the following Code.

University Book House Pvt. Ltd« II- Legal Profession as a Learned, Noble and Dignified Profession (a) Learned Profession (b) Dignity and Nobility of Profession (c) Image of Legal Profession in Society Professional Ethics and Advocates Duties Towards.

Professional ethics form the foundation in the lives of the lawyers. Every person has been given the right Right of Advocates to Practise (e) Conduct of Advocates and Disciplinary Proceedings: SectionPunishment of The history of the legal profession in India can be traced back to the establishment of the First.

This is the third edition of the leading textbook on legal ethics and the regulation of the legal profession in England and Wales. As such it maps the complex regulatory environment in which the legal profession in England and Wales now operates.

It opens with a critical overview of professional ideals, organisation, power and culture and an examination of the mechanisms of. parliament enacted Advocate Act,a streamline statute to solely deals with the conduct of Advocates.

Chapter V of the Advocate Act,deals with the Conduct of Advocates. The provisions in Chapter V relate to punishment for professional and other misconducts of Advocates.

governed by general rules of law but his conduct as advocate is governed by the especial rules of profession ethics of the Bar. The main object of the ethics of the legal profession is to maintain the dignity of the legal profession and the friendly relation between the Bench and the Bar.

Professional Ethics is also known as legal ethics. An advocate who does not work with sincerity and does not follow the rules of conduct is said to have violated the code of ethics of this profession.

The fundamental aim of legal ethics is to maintain honor and dignity of the legal profession to ensure the spirit of friendly co-operation, honorable and fair dealing of the counsel with his. An advocate is a professional in the field of ent countries' legal systems use the term with somewhat differing meanings.

The broad equivalent in many English law–based jurisdictions could be a barrister or a r, in Scottish, Manx Law (the law of the Isle of Man), South African, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Scandinavian, Polish, Israeli, South Asian and. The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) is Kenya’s premier bar association, with membership of all practising advocates, currently numbering over fifteen thousand members.

Legal Profession B.L.R.O. 3/ CAP.R 4] p. 7 [Subsidiary] [ Ed. PART III CONDUCT IN COURT Defence. (1) An advocate who undertakes the defence of a person in any criminal matter shall by all fair means present every defence that the law permits.

(2) An advocate shall undertake the defence of a person accused of an offence. Professional ethics consist of those fundamental values on which the profession has been built.

Legal ethics is one of the professional ethics which lays down certain duties for the observance of its members, which he owes to the society, to the court, to the profession.

We hope that this book will assist the practitioner in being alert to current and impending responsibility issues when asked for advice and assistance. We hope that it will assist practitioners in understanding and maintaining the high standards of conduct that the Hong Kong legal profession.

The profession of law is one of the oldest and noblest professions. The person in the legal profession is called an advocate or lawyer. An advocate is an officer of justice and a friend of the court. He has to accept a brief for any man who comes before the courts and do.

Legal Profession (Professional Conduct) Rules: R 1: G.N. S / REVISED EDITION (31st May ) [1st June ] “law firm” means a firm of advocates and solicitors and includes a sole-proprietorship and partnership of 2 or more advocates and solicitors, but does not include a limited liability law partnership.

Code of Ethics and Conduct for Advocates Page 3 I. Introduction 1. As in many other jurisdictions the legal profession in Kenya is governed by a regulatory framework comprising statutory provisions, a series of subordinate legislation a Digest of Professional Conduct and Etiquette and a number of guidance documents issued by the Law Society of Kenya as the regulatory body.The Government of Dubai Legal Affairs Department is in the process of implementing the Charter for the Conduct of Advocates and Legal Consultants in the Emirate of Dubai.

This will establish fundamental principles for legal consultants and advocates to abide by. It. Professional Ethics of Advocates; Bitter Reality Check I wear a black coat to uphold the rule of law, but the legal system of my country contains many flaws. I wear a black tie with a white shirt, but the black on my body is insufficient to hide the dirt on my white.