The Bar Council of India has imposed a three-year moratorium on the opening of new institutions barring national law universities if proposed by a state.
In a statement, the apex bar body said that it would lay stress on the improvement of the standard of existing institutions and that the ones without any proper infrastructure or faculty would be closed down in the next three years.

The council has also requested state governments and universities to stop unfair means and to fill up vacancies of law teachers in all colleges and universities within a period of four months.

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