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High Court:Senior Advocates No Help To Poor Litigants People

गरीब जनता की मदद नहीं करते वरिष्ठा वकील पद के लोग , मदद का कोई नियम नहीं बनाया Judges ने। 
रेवाड़ी की तरह निजी फायदे के लिये " SENIOR ADVOCATE " पद बनाया गया , बिना जनहित के। 

SENIOR ADVOCATE RAM JETH MALANI , DELHI HIGH COURT
Mumbai:Senior Advocates are appointed by Bombay High Court Judges panel for their ex ordinary work on landmark order. These advocates charges fees for landmark judgement and appointed as "SENIOR ADVOCATE" as per Bombay High Court Rules.
After getting appointed their charges get increased by multi times and they are getting VIP treatment in High Court . In an RTI reply these senior advocates are exposed . They do not render service to District Legal Department. This department provide service to poor and backward class people. In the mean time they earn 20-50K per hour for consultancy charges to rich people. The Post which was awarded by Public Authority ie Bombay High Court is used to En-cash the value and no profit to poor people. 

http://lawmin.nic.in/la/subord/bcipart6.htm#chapter1
PART - VI
RULES GOVERNING ADVOCATES
Restrictions on Senior Advocates
(Rules Under Sections 16 (3) and 49 (1) (g) of the Act)
Senior Advocates shall, in the matter of their practice of the profession of law mentioned in Section 30 of the Act, be subject to the following restrictions:
(a)  A Senior Advocate shall not file a vakalatnama or act in any Court, or Tribunal, or before any person or other authority mentioned in Section 30 of the Act.
Explanation : “To act” means to file an appearance or any pleading or application in any court or Tribunal or before any person or other authority mentioned in Section 30 of the Act, or to do any act other than pleading required or authorised by law to be done by a party in such Court or Tribunal or before any person or other authorities mentioned in the said Section either in person or by his recognised agent or by an advocate or an attorney on his behalf.
(b)  (i)   A Senior Advocate shall not appear without an Advocate on Record in the Supreme Court or without an Advocate in Part II of the State Roll in any court or Tribunal or before any person or other authorities mentioned in Section 30 of the Act.
      (ii)   Where a Senior Advocate has been engaged prior to the coming into force of the rules in this Chapter, he shall not continue thereafter unless an advocate in Part II of the State Roll is engaged along with him. Provided that a Senior Advocate may continue to appear without an advocate in Part II of the Sate Roll in cases in which he had been briefed to appear for the prosecution or the defence in a criminal case, if he was so briefed before he is designated as a senior advocate or before coming into operation of the rules in this Chapter as the case may be.
(c)   He shall not accept instructions to draft pleading or affidavits, advice on evidence or to do any drafting work of an analogous kind in any Court or Tribunal or before any person or other authorities mentioned in Section 30 of the Act or undertake conveyancing work of any kind whatsoever. This restriction however shall not extend to settling any such matter as aforesaid in consultation with an advocate in Part II of the State Roll.
(cc) A Senior Advocate shall, however, be free to make concessions or give undertaking in the course of arguments on behalf of his clients on instructions from the junior advocate.
(d)   He shall not accept directly from a client any brief or instructions to appear in any Court or Tribunal or before any person or other authorities in India.
(e)   A Senior Advocate who had acted as an Advocate (Junior) in a case, shall not after he has been designated as a Senior Advocate advise on grounds of appeal in a Court of Appeal or in the Supreme Court, except with an Advocate as aforesaid.
(f)    A Senior Advocate may in recognition of the services rendered by an Advocate in Part-II of the State Roll appearing in any matter pay him a fee which he considers reasonable.


http://bombayhighcourt.nic.in/notifications/PDF/noticebom20130822054759.pdf

LIST OF ADVOCATES, DESIGNATED AS SENIOR ADVOCATES (Bombay High Court)
UNDER SECTION 16(2) OF THE ADVOCATES ACT, 1961
Sr. Nos. Name  w.e.f.
1 Shri R. Jethmalani 01/03/1971
2 Shri F. S. Nariman 01/03/1971
3 Shri S. J.Sorabjee 01/03/1971
4 Shri A. B. Divan 13/09/1972
5 Shri A. H. Desai 08/08/1977
6 Shri S. D. Parekh 04/04/1978
7 Shri A. M. Setalwad 06/11/1978
8 Shri Avinash Jashvantrai Rana 19/04/1979
9 Shri Vicaji Jivanji Taraporewala 14/06/1979
10 Shri T. R. Andhyarujina 11/12/1979
11 Shri  Iqbal Chagla 07/08/1980
12 Shri S.E. Dastur 03/10/1981
13 Shri D.S. Parikh 03/10/1981
14 Shri Ashok Nalinikant Mody 30/09/1982
15 Shri Bomi Ratanshaw Zaiwalla 23/03/1983
16 Shri V.C. Kotwal 13/08/1985
17 Shri D.R.Zaiwalla 13/08/1985
18 Shri S.T. Tijoriwala 20/08/1986
19 Shri Maneklal S. Sanghavi 20/08/1986
20 Shri L.R. Chari 20/08/1986
21 Shri Salch Hooseini Doctor 15/06/1987
22 Shri Maruti Narayan Bhatkal 17/06/1987
23 Smt. Indira Jaisingh 17/06/1987
24 Shri Arvind Gajanan Sabnis 17/06/1987
25 Shri Balvantrai Ambelal Desai 17/06/1987
26 Dada Zubair Ahmed Rafique  09/12/1987
27 Arashad Hidayatullah  09/12/1987
Sr. Nos. Name  w.e.f.
28 Shri Vatsal Ranjit Chhatrapati 22/11/1988
29 Shri Subramaniam Venkiteswaran 21/12/1988
30 Shri Goswami Shivnarain Jetly 05/03/1990
31 Shri Shantilal Ranchhodas Shah 08/03/1990
32 Shri Jaimini Bipinchandra Chinai 14/06/1990
33 Shri Mahendra Indrajit Sethna 28/08/1990
34 Shri Madan Phadnis 01/04/1991
35 Shri Jimmy E. Pochkhanawalla  21/12/1991
36 Shri Jamshed Pesi Cama 21/12/1991
37 Shri Praful K. Pandit 01/05/1992
38 Shri Shrihari G. Aney 19/12/1992
39 Shri E.P. Bharucha  19/12/1992
40 Shri Haresh M. Jagtiani                    30/03/1995
41 Shri Yogendra P. Trivedi                   30/03/1995
42 Shri Adhik N. Shirodkar                   30/03/1995
43 Shri S.R. Chitnis 27/04/1996
44 Shri Shirish Gupte 27/04/1996
45 Shri V.G Pradhan 27/04/1996
46 Shri J. J. Bhatt 19/04/1997
47 Shri J.D. Dwarkadas 19/04/1997
48 Shri A. P. Chinoy 19/04/1997
49 Shri N.G. Thakkar 19/04/1997
50 Shri R.V. Desai 19/04/1997
51 Dr. V. Balsubramanian  19/04/1997
52 Shri C.M. Korde 07/05/1998 
53 Shri. P.R. Deshmukh 07/05/1998
54 Shri F. E. Devitre 07/05/1998
55 Smt. Phiroza Ankalesaria 01/05/1999
56 Shri V. A. Thorat 01/05/1999
57 Shri. K. G. Navander 01/05/1999
Sr. Nos. Name  w.e.f.
58 Shri P. K. Rele 06/05/2000
59 Shri S. S. Naphade 06/05/2000
60 Shri S. D. Lottikar 06/05/2000
61 Shri A. Y. Sakhare 06/05/2000
62 Shri Y. S. Jahagirdar 06/05/2000
63 Shri Pravin M. Shah 09/12/2000
64 Shri H. J. Thacker 09/12/2000
65 Shri R. B. Pendharkar 09/12/2000
66 Shri V. V. Tulzapurkar 09/12/2000
67 Shri K. G. Menon 15/12/2001
68 Shri F. B. Andhyarujina 15/12/2001
69 Yusuf. H. Muchhala  15/12/2001
70 Shri Mario Bruto da Costa 26/04/2003
71 Shri N.H. Seervai 20/12/2003
72 Shri Colin Gonsalves 20/12/2003
73 Shri Atul S. Rajadhyaksha 23/07/2005
74 Shri Darius B. Shroff 23/07/2005
75 Shri  Mahesh R. Jethmalani 23/07/2005
76 Shri Milind Sathe 23/07/2005
77 Shri Shyam Divan  23/07/2005
78 Shri Dinyar D. Madon  23/07/2005
79 Shri Ravindra M Kadam 23/07/2005
80 Shri C.U. Singh 23/07/2005
81 Shri S.K. Talsania 23/07/2005
82 Shri D. J. Khambatta 23/07/2005
83 Shri Ashok P. Mundargi 23/07/2005
84 Shri Arun P. Sathe 23/07/2005
85 Shri Chandrasekhar G. Madkolkar 23/07/2005
86 Shri M.G. Bhangde 23/07/2005
87 Shri D.V. Merchant 23/07/2005
Sr. Nos. Name  w.e.f.
88 Shri Vinayak J. Dixit 23/07/2005
89 Shri Arif Yusuf Bookwala 23/07/2005
90 Shri T. N. Subramanian 23/07/2005
91 Shri Pravin Kumar Samdani 23/07/2005
92 Shri Virag V. Tulzapurkar 23/07/2005
93 Shri Narendra V. Walawalkar 23/07/2005
94 Shri Abhay K. Abhyankar 23/07/2005
95 Shri Prasad K. Dhakephalkar 23/07/2005
96 Ms. Rajani K. Iyer 14/01/2006
97 Shri Paravin V Mandlik 14/01/2006
98 Smt. K.V. Sirpurkar 14/01/2006
99 S.B Jaisinghani  14/01/2006
100 Shri A.N.S. Nadkarni 23/08/2008
101 Shri Ramchandra S. Apte 23/08/2008
102 Shri Sailendra U. Kamdar 23/08/2008
103 Shri Subhod P Dharmadhikari 23/08/2008
104 Shri Percy Jal Pardiwalla 23/08/2008
105 Shri Amit K. Desai 23/08/2008
106 Shri M. P. Rao 13/03/2010
107 Shri Pradeep Sancheti 13/03/2010
108 Shri Anantbhushan Kanade 13/03/2010
109 Shri Jehangir Dhan Mistri 13/03/2010
110 Shri Avinash Mahadeorao Gorde 13/03/2010
111 Shri Porus Farrok Kaka 13/03/2010
112 Shri. V. Sridharan 13/08/2011
113 Shri. Srikrishna Narhar  Inamder 13/08/2011
114 Shri. Soli Khurshed Cooper 13/08/2011
115 Shri.Subodh Shrikanta Kantak 13/08/2011
116 Shri. Sunil Vyankatesh Manohar 13/08/2011
117 Shri. Shyam Anil Mehta 13/08/2011
Sr. Nos. Name  w.e.f.
118 Shri. Shailesh Sanat Shah 13/08/2011
119 Shri. Venkatesh Raghunath Dhond  13/08/2011
120 Shri. Ketan Dhirendra Parikh 13/08/2011
121 Shri. Shiraz P. Rustomjee 13/08/2011
122 Shri. Kevic A. Setlvad 13/08/2011
123 Shri. Keshav Malu Naik 13/08/2011
124 Shri. Joaquim F. Reis 13/08/2011
125 Shri. Rajiv Kumar 13/08/2011
126 Shri. Anand Grover 13/08/2011
127 Shri Ramesh N. Dhorde 31/08/2012
128 Shri Vimal K. Gupta 31/08/2012
129 Shri Vineet B. Naik 31/08/2012
130 Shri Chandrashekhar S. Kaptan 31/08/2012
131 Shri  Prashant Subhash Pratap 31/08/2012
132 Shri  Peshotan Nadir Modi 31/08/2012
133 Shri Rajiv L. Patil 31/08/2012
134 Shri Anil C. Singh 31/08/2012
135 Shri Ashutosh A. Kumbhakoni 27/01/2014
136 Shri Rahul V. Narichania 27/01/2014
137 Shri Dr. K. Shivaram 27/01/2014
138 Shri. Beni Madhav P .Chatterji   27/01/2014
139 Shri Anand Suryakant Jaiswal 27/01/2014
140 Shri Jayaprakash Sen 27/01/2014
141 Shri Gaurav R. Joshi 27/01/2014
142 Shri Anil Sharadchandra  Mardikar 27/01/2014
143 Shri A. V. Bukhari 27/01/2014
144 Shri Anil Vishnu Anturkar 27/01/2014
145 Shri Mukesh Manubhai Vashi 27/01/2014
146 Smt Anarkali Agni 20/09/2014
147 Shri Vinayak Daulatrao Hon 20/09/2014
Sr. Nos. Name  w.e.f.
148 Shri Sanjay K. Singhvi 20/09/2014
149 Shri V. K. Ramabhadran 20/09/2014
150 Shri Vikram S. Nankani 20/09/2014
151 Shri Ranjit Anandrao Thorat 20/09/2014
152 Shri Prasad Sudhir Dani 20/09/2014
153 Shri Atul Gajanan Damle 20/09/2014
154 Shri Pankaj A. Savant 20/09/2014
155 Shri Pratap Rau Sardessai Nitin
Narain Naik
20/09/2014
156 Shri Mustafa Saleh  Doctor 20/09/2014
157 Shri Avinash V. Gupta 06/05/2015
158 Shri Surendra Kumar Mishra 06/05/2015
159 Shri Mihir Akshaykumar Desai 06/05/2015
160 Shri Sudin M.S. Usgaonkar 06/05/2015
161 Shri Rajiv Balasaheb Chavan 06/05/2015
162 Ms. Gayatri Singh 06/05/2015
163 Shri Sanjeev Mukund Gorwadkar 06/05/2015
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