Indian National Bar Association (“INBA”) is non-profit, non- political and non-governmental team that aims to serve the Indian Legal Community through programs designed to educate and connect members, who are interested in improving the management of justice and bettering Indian society. Immediately it has approximately more than 4000 registered members from different part of India further world.
INBA intends to provide the Legal Community with networking opportunities, spell to foreign law firms, corporate counsel and Universities, Legal Jobs, Law Books, Health plus Insurance Packages and multiple distinct benefits to its members of the Indian Legal Community.
The Indian National Bar Association (INBA) is incorporated as a non-profit, non-political, non-Governmental Club endeavoring to –
* Act as premier body representing the interest of Indian Legal Community & to strive to provide several efficient & hospitable benefits that should accrue to them;
* To act as a think tank for legitimate industry
* Reform the Indian Legal Systems leading to operative & curt justice for everyone;
* Reform the Indian Governmental bureaucratic rules & regulations (red-tape) and the Warrantable Systems, leading to nation’s economic and business growth;
INBA has global reach and membership. It is constituted by Leading Advocates, Attorneys, Eminent Judges, Transnational Corporate & Businesses, Law Firms, Legal Fraternity and Professionals, Senior Government Officials, Jurisprudence Students and Professors, NGOs, Litigants, Law Publishers and Vendors, Groups, Associations, and Individuals who are interested to promoting the goals connective objectives of the Association.
INBA achieves its goals by providing opportunities for legal education, seminars, camaraderie & networking, Pro-bono Work, Public Interest Litigations and the opportunity to make a positive contribution to the Indian legal & justice systems. INBA enjoys strong and productive relationship with Indian Government and Judiciary.
The objects of the Indian Domestic Bar Association are to –
* Work to reform the Indian Legal Systems leading to effective & quick justice for everyone;
* To act as a think tank to Indian legal industry
* To do research on the various isssues concerning law and social and present the papers to relevant authority
* Work to reform the Indian Governmental bureaucratic rules & regulations (red-tape) & the Legal Systems, controlling to nation’s economic and business growth.
* Act as premier mass representing the interest of Indian Legal People & to strive to provide several economic & social benefits that should accrue to them;
* To promote the interactions and bridge the gap between the bar and bench;
* Upholding the honor of the profession of law,
* Promoting the interests of its members and fostering harmonious relations, Co-operation and discussion among the incorporated law societies, judges, barristers’ societies moreover general corporations concerning the Bars of the states and territories and the members of the INBA,
* Encouraging a high standard from legitimacy education,
* Doing all things necessary to benefit the members of INBA;
* Participate in and promote law reforms in order to foster science, technology, R&D, and innovation in the Country;
* Protecting the interests of the members of all state Bar Associations and
* Participate in and promote accessible legal education.