SCAORA Notifies Delay of Advocate On Record Exam

The Supreme Court Advocates On Record Association has decided to postpone the Supreme Court Advocate On Record Exam in light of the coronavirus outbreak. The Board of  Examiners controlled by the Supreme Court regulates the Advocates On Record Examination. Joseph Aristotle S, Secretary of  Supreme Court Advocate On Record Association addressed an SMS to the members with regard to the delay.

The SMS read “We wish to inform you that the AOR exams normally scheduled for the month of June have been deferred as of now. We will keep you informed as and when the AOR exams are notified”. However, no new date has been fixed as of now.

The exam is categorized into four individual papers, namely- Drafting, Practice & Procedure, Legal Ethics & Leading Cases. The Advocate On Record Exam is held in the month of June every year. However, amid the extraordinary situation of the global pandemic, the Association decided to delay the examination.

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