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Young Advocates Welfare Fund launched in Tamil Nadu

In Tamil Nadu, the Young Advocates Welfare Fund has been launched today.
 
It provides a monthly financial assistance of three thousand rupees each for two years to the lawyers who just come out of law colleges.
 
Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswamy handed over the assistance to nine young lawyers at a function in Chennai today as a mark of launching it throughout the state.
 
Normally a fresher from law colleges takes three to four years to begin practice as an advocate in the court as the registration in the Bar Council, and the mandatory practicing under a senior advocate takes time.
 
Unable to sustain themselves during the initial period, many from poor and rural backgrounds shifted their profession.
 
The Young Advocates Welfare Scheme is aimed at helping such fresh candidates to withstand the initial challenges.

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