The function was arranged by the Bar Council of India for the facilitation of the new Chief Justice of India UU Lalit. During the speech of CJI UU Lalit at the function he highlighted the figure made known to him by the registry that after he took over as CJI the Supreme Court disposed of 1293 miscellaneous matters, 106 regular matters and 440 transfer petitions.
The function was arranged by BCI and was attended by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, Members of the Bar Council of India and representatives of various state bar councils.
CJI lalit spoke about his journey from Bar to being Chief Justice of India and emphasized the three reforms on which he promised to work after he took over the post of Chief Justice Of India in his 74 days.
The three reforms which he emphasized are as follows: firstly to bring more transparency in the listing process, Secondly, urgent matters before the respective bench freely and thirdly to constitute one constitutional bench which works throughout the year.
CJI UU Lalit felt overwhelmed by the arrangement and preparation made by the Bar council of India and all the members of the Bar council, state bar council and Supreme court bar association attended the functions.