In the administration of justice, the legal profession is essential. The advocate helps the judge get the best conclusion possible. To help judges or juries make the best conclusion possible, the advocate gathers relevant legal data for the case. The judges wouldn’t be able to render a just decision without counsel. The Advocates Act of 1961’s Sections 16 to 28 control the enrollment and admission of advocates. A person who is registered as an advocate under the Advocates Act, 1961, is referred to as an advocate, per Section 2(1)(a) of that law.
First, the candidate must register with the State Bar Council in order to become an advocate in the territory of India under the Advocates Act, 1961. A state bar council was established under Section 3 of the Advocates Act of 1961 to serve as the governing authority for attorneys registered in the areas it governs.