Special Leave Petitions (Civil & Criminal) against the orders and judgments of the High Courts, Writ Petitions (Civil & Criminal), Review & Curative Petitions, Appeals against the orders of National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLT), National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC), Armed Forces Tribunal (ART) etc.
Brief note on Advocate on Record: In Supreme Court of India, litigation is done only through an Advocate on Record (AoR). A litigator aspiring to contest case at Supreme Court, as petitioner or respondent, has to engage an AoR or act in-person. He/she may directly engage an AoR or engage a legal practitioner who shall engages an AoR for the litigator. An AoR of the Supreme Court of India is an advocate who has minimum five year’s standing at Bar and clears a four paper subjective examination conducted by a select committee of Supreme Court with 60% or more marks in aggregate. Since inception only about 2500 advocates could qualify to become AoR out of which barely 1000-1100 are active.