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Senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan quits court practice, citing ‘humiliating end to Delhi case’

Addressing Justice Misra as “Dear Chief Justice”, Mr. Dhavan wrote in his letter: “After the humiliating end to the Delhi case, I have decided to give up court practice. You are entitled to take back the Senior Gown conferred on me though I would like to keep it for memory and services rendered.”

The Supreme Court rules does not require a senior advocate to inform the apex court when he is quitting practice.

via Senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan quits court practice, citing ‘humiliating end to Delhi case’ – The Hindu

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