Unofficial Bar

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The Unofficial Bar in Sri Lankan courts refer to the lawyers engaged in private practice, [1] as opposed to the Official Bar, which is made up of lawyers working for the Attorney-General's Department. The President of the Bar Association of Sri Lanka is considered as the de facto leader of the Unofficial Bar. While the Attorney-General is considered as the leader of the Official Bar.

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  1. ^ "Legal luminaries sworn in as President's Counsel". Archived from the original on 2011-06-05. Retrieved 2011-09-10.