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Unless we start paying junior lawyers well, we cannot have a democratised bar: CJI DY Chandrachud

He further shared that his five juniors were all first-generation lawyers, but there remained an equal opportunity barrier since the mode of recruitment was not transparent.

The law clerks and interns are recruited on the basis of informal network. How do we open to those not having the network?”

In this regard, he also disclosed the process of recruitment his office follows.

I have a three stage process, recruitment from all places not just NLUs. We shortlist and we give then a day’s time to make a brief, to make a research note is second process. Then there is interview.”

Source: Barandbench

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