ABOUT JUDGMENT WRITING
The main purpose of the judgment is to communicate to the parties and other stakeholders the decision of the Court in regard to the litigation. A Judgment acts as a precedent and therefore it should carry the message for posterity. It should be understandable by even those who lost in the case. Good judgments enhance the image and perception associated with the justice delivery process and increases public confidence in the judiciary. Litigant public at all times look forward to just, fair and quality justice. A well written to the point judgment based on comprehensive analysis of facts and law is not only an indication of the intellectual strength of a judge but also is a sign of a worthy judicial system. It is therefore indispensable that judges acquire the skill to write good judgments.
ABOUT LAW MENTOR
Law Mentor is a comprehensive legal and trusted website for law students. It aims at elevating and promoting all legal events to approach the legal aspirants without any hitch. Law Mentor began its journey in 2019 with a mission of making legal awareness and legal updates more accurate, transparent and accessible to every common man. It is our perspective that more updates and information about law will help people from different professions and legal aspirants in strengthening their capabilities.
Law Mentor has organized test of knowledge, a national level online quiz competition on Constitutional Law and National level essay competition on "social-legal issues in India" that received a tremendous response all over India and we have gathered an ample of participants who are actively in touch with us. Law Mentor has henceforth decided to launch their first edition of online journal to provide a platform to all the legal scholars, students to publish their papers. Along with this, our ongoing event is 2nd online Test of Knowledge, a national level quiz competition covering different subjects of law. You can check their website here: www.thelawmentor.org
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
The workshop aims at helping students learn the basics of judgement writing, especially how to begin, language and style of judgement, application of law, evidence and factual finding and reason for the decision.
DURATION AND TIMINGS OF THE WORKSHOP
May 10th; 1 PM onwards.
Ms. Priyanka Dhar is An Assistant Professor at HNLU is an Alumnus of ILS Law College, Pune before joining to academia, she has worked in the corporate sector for a brief period. Prior to joining HNLU she has worked as Assistant professor in Galgotias University, Greater Noida, U.P., Amity University, Noida, G.D. Goenka University and National Law University, Jodhpur.
She has cleared UGC-NET in 2013 and is currently pursuing Ph.D. (Law) from National Law University, Jodhpur." She is editor of UGC recognized journals of national repute. She has publications in various journals and has contributed chapters in many books. She has also been awarded best research paper and best presentation award in International conference. Her area of interest in Family Law, Criminal Law, Criminology.
E- Certificates will be provided by Law Mentor to students who complete the workshop successfully.
We’ll also be issuing reading material after the registrations are over.
The workshop will be conducted in a lecture mode and supplemented by many practical examples, regular feedback, and interactive sessions.
Note: We are limiting the number of ‘topics’ to ensure that we don’t sacrifice quality for quantity.
1. Undergraduate law students
2. LLM, PhD students
3. Young lawyers
A phone/tablet/laptop and Internet connection
Note: Limited seats only. First come first serve Rule
For registration, click here.
The workshop will be conducted online.
A nominal fees of Rs. 150/- per participant is applicable for registration.
Bank - Axis Bank
Name of the holder - Garima Chaudhary
Acc. No. - 919010087045727
IFSC - UTIB0004330
NOTE - The registration fee is non-refundable under any circumstances
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