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The Bar Council of Gujarat organized Law Advocacy Workshop on Criminal Law at Karamsad (Anand) on 9th & 10th June, 2001 for the benefit of Junior advocates of Kheda, Panchmahals and Vadodara districts. The said workshop inaugurated by Hon'ble Union Law Minister Mr. Arun Jaitely. Hon'ble Mr. Justice M. B. Shah, Judge, Supreme Court of India was the Chief Guest of the Inaugural Function. Hon'ble Mr. Justice D. M. , Chief Justice of Gujarat High Court presided over and Hon’ble State Law Minister Mr. Hemant Chapatwala attended the Inaugural Function as the Guests of Honor. More than 800 participants, including the Hon’ble Judges of the Kheda, Panchmahals and Vadodara districts who attended such workshop for the first time in the History of the Bar Council for two days with utmost zeal and sincerity. The said workshop spread over six different sessions on the different subjects of Criminal Law. Hon'ble Judges of the High Court of Gujarat, Experts of F.S.L. as well as Forensic Medicine, Eminent Advocates and Members of the Bar Council Gujarat rendered their valuable services as Speakers at the Different Sessions of the workshop. The workshop proved a grand success.

The Bar Council of Gujarat sponsors the promising junior advocates to the various legal workshops and Seminars organized by the Bar Council of India on various legal subjects and defrays to an extent the expenses thereof.

The Bar Council of Gujarat

The Bar Council of Gujarat had organized a National level Seminar on Judicial Appointments and Transfers in October, 1980 in collaboration with the Bar Council of India and the decisions reached therein came to be popularly known as THE AHMEDABAD DECLARATION.

Under the auspices of our Bar Council, State Lawyers' Conferences were also organized in December, 1983 at Vadodara and in February, 1986 at Rajkot in collaboration with respective Bar Associations. The State Bar Council played a pivotal role in the Lawyers Conference organized in Surat in 1993.

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