এই ঘরে এক সময় বসতেন বহু বিখ্যাত আইনজীবী। তাঁদের মধ্যে দু একটি নাম উল্লেখ করছি । নকড়ি মুখার্জী, অমূল্য ধন মুখার্জী ,অনিল সরকার,পঞ্চানন সমাদ্দার।তারা শঙ্কর মুখার্জী,হিমাংশু মুখার্জী।আর একজনের নাম তো করতেই হবে, যার সাথে পক্ষে বিপক্ষে বহু মামলা করেছি, তিনি আলোক আদক । আমি প্রথম কোর্টে এসে অবাক হয়ে দেখেছিলাম এক তরুণ আইনজীবী সিভিল কোর্টের বাঘা বাঘা লইয়ার দের বিরুদ্ধে লড়াই করছে । আমাদের দুর্ভাগ্য অল্প বয়েসেই প্রাকটিসের মধ্যগগনে হটাৎ মারা যান। চলুন এবার ৩ নং ঘরে। এ ঘর যিনি আলো করে থাকতেন তিনি হলেন, নান আদার দেন রঞ্জিত কুমার মিত্র। সুদর্শন সুপুরুষ প্রাণবন্ত খুরোধার বুদ্ধি। খুব ব্যাস্ত উকিল ছিলেন ।
The judiciary shall be comprised of one Supreme Court, Courts of Appeal
Ministry of Information and Culture, Independent Administrative Reforms and Civil Service Commission, and Ministry of Justice shall prepare and process the plan of legislative documents related to categorization of information and documents in which the offices’ obligation on ensuring the citizens’ access to information and protecting privacy of offices should be segregated based on nationally and internationally accepted criteria.
The White Paper on Indian States issued on July 5, 1948, contained a survey of the developments in respect of States during the first year of the existence of the Ministry of States. During the period of a year and a half which has followed the issue of that White Paper, the policy of integration pursued by the Government of India has made further progress. The States integrated during this period include Mayurbhanj, Kolhapur, Baroda, Rampur, Tehri-Garhwal, Benaras and Cooch-Behar, which have been merged in Provinces; Bhopal, Tripura and Manipur which have been taken over as centrally administered units; Travancore and Cochin, whose Union emerges as a new unit on the Indian map; and the remaining Rajputana States of Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer which have been integrated in the reconstituted United State of Rajasthan. An outstanding development during this period has been the establishment of constitutional relationship between the Centre and the State of Hyderabad.
Supreme Court has never been so mischievous as during the first ten years of its power, or so respectable as it has lately been. Everybody who knows anything of its early history knows, that, during a considerable time, it was the terror of Bengal, the scourge of the native population, the screen of European delinquents, a convenient tool of the Government for all purposes of evil, an insurmountable obstacle to the Government in all undertakings for the public good
The Lahore High Court (Under United India) was established on the 21st of March 1919. In 1899, the Secretary of State for India in Council, by its Resolution dated 25th April, 1899, laid down as a principle that all Chief Justices and Judges of the High Courts in India thereafter to be appointed would be required to vacate their offices on attaining the age of sixty years.
These men must have kept in mind an enormous amount of procedural rules. There were four hundred and seventy-one different original writs, each showing a different form of action and requiring its own special procedure.
From: The Story of Law  The Golden Age of the Common Law: From the Norman Conquest to the Death of Bracton The period of the Norman kings is one of gradual growth. The Norman lawyers, building upon what they found, made no violent changes. The Conqueror, under the wise guidance of Lanfranc, made no attempt to change existing laws […]
The systems of jurisprudence, which owe their development to those two races, the Roman and the Norman, now occupy the whole of the civilized world. Our common law is peculiarly the work of the Norman element of the English people.