Laws & Regulations Governing Legal Profession

Some countries regulate the Professional Conduct of the Legal Professionals and have introduced statutes & regulations. Such Laws & Regulations normally relates to prohibition on legal professionals to solicit work or advertise, either directly or indirectly, whether by circulars, advertisements, touts, personal communications, interviews not warranted by personal relations, furnishing or inspiring newspaper comments or producing his photographs to be published in connection with cases in which he has been engaged or concerned. Sign-board on name plate should be of prescribed size.

There is also restrictions or prohibitions in furnishing website information beyond prescribed information. For example, in India, Bar Council of India vide resolution No. 50/2008 amended the Rule 36 in Section IV, Chapter II, Part VI of the Bar Council of India Rules allowed five types of website information as prescribed in the Schedule that can be furnished by the Advocate and shall not be considered as misconduct under Section 35 of the Advocates Act 1961.

You are therefore, advised to check-up the respective applicable Laws, Rules & Regulations that governs your legal profession in your country to furnish website information in the webpage that we create for you to avoid any professional misconduct and legal violations.

Please click here to view Resolution No. 50/2008 of Bar Council of India.

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