Bar Council of India (BCI)
Bar Council of India statutory body established under the Advocates Act, 1961 in India. The BCI regulates legal education and the legal profession in the country. It sets standards for legal education institutions, conducts examinations for admission to the bar, and enrolls advocates. The BCI also maintains a code of conduct and ethical standards for advocates, and it has the authority to take disciplinary action against lawyers who violate professional ethics.