Nepal Bar Council is an independent legal institution established by the Nepal Bar Council Act, 1993. With a primary objective of regulating legal practice in Nepal, it conducts examination for the purpose of issuing the licence for practicing law.
The working areas of the council:
From its establishment in 1995, the council has been working tirelessly to achieve its objectives mainly concentrating in the following areas:
1 Conducting examination for issuing licence for law practice.
2 Keeping the records of the law practitioners and working effectively for their professional development.
3 Reviewing and Investigation the adherence to the code of conduct by the law practitioners.