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K.C. Mittal (Born 4 december, 1949) is an Indian politician and a practicing lawyer since 1972. He is the Chairman of the Bar Council of Delhi a statutory body under the Advocate's Act, 1961. Mittal has been at the helm of various legal positions and has been a member of the Bar Council of Delhi for many terms. He has previously served as the Chairman of the Bar Council of Delhi from 2001 to 2003 and Vice Chairman in 1997.   His tenure saw the Delhi government allotting Rs. 50 Crores funds for welfare of the lawyers.
Mittal has also served as president of the Delhi High Court Bar Association and his term in office saw the initiation and conception of pilot project of the Fully Automated Underground Multi Level Car Parking at National Stadium opposite Delhi High Court for lawyers. His term in office also saw initiation of Wi-Fi presence in court building and MTNL intercom facility in lawyers chambers and set-up of a railway reservation counter in the High Court. 
Mittal has held many important legal offices of the Government of NCT of Delhi and Government of India. He has been the Standing Counsel (Criminal) of the Government of NCT of Delhi which is regarded as the highest law office of the Government of NCT of Delhi. Mittal has also, represented the Congress President Sonia Gandhi amongst other major political persons. 
In The Media
- "Council Members | Bar Council of Delhi".
- "Delhi Bar Council chief welcomes AAP govt's decision to allocate Rs 50 cr for lawyers' welfare". December 12, 2019 – via Business Standard.
- "Past Presidents & Secretaries".
- https://delhicourts.nic.in/july/6112.htm, Para 10