Why Judges of Supreme Court are prohibited to practice after retirement?

Prohibition of practice after retirement: The Judges of the Supreme Court and High Court receive good pensions but they are not permitted to practice as Lawyers after their retirement. This restriction has been laid down so that the Judges do not feel obliged during their tenure as Judges to any prospective employers. On the other hand, they could influence their former colleagues in the judiciary if they are allowed to practice.


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