I completed my LLB 2 years ago. Currently I am a employee in one of the Multy National company(US Based). Can I enroll in BAR Council. Plz suggest if I have any feasibilities to get it enrolled in BAR Council
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You may enroll yourself. But if u r on a payroll of company, u can't practice.
As per the Advocates Act, you have to resign to get enrolled.
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Dear Sir / Madam,
A lawyer who is employed full-time in a Company is not entitled to practice the profession. If you intend to practice the legal profession full-time, it makes sense that you enrol your name with the Bar Council of India.
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