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Judiciary, Judges and the Administration of Justice

Judiciary, Judges and the Administration of Justice

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  • Brand: Thomson Reuters
  • Edition: Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9788194772361
  • Approx. Pages 255 + contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
This book is written for anymore in the legal field. We live in a society where Laws encompass every aspect. It is intricately woven into our system and affect the socio-economic and cultural aspects of everyone who is bound by it. The legal field itself is ever evolving and needs to keep up with changing times and the needs of the society that it serves. With having served this great institution for three decades, it is only befitting to author this book.
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Table of Contents
Part I - Judiciary
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Independence of the Judiciary
Chapter 3. Judgeship...Byword for Public Trust and Rectitude
Chapter 4. Impartiality and Conscious Objectivity
Chapter 5. Judicial Accountability
Chapter 6. Transition Required
Chapter 7. Honesty and Integrity
Chapter 8. Judicial Ethics
Chapter 9. High Court Control over Subordinate Judiciary - I
Chapter 10. High Court Control over Subordinate Judiciary - II
Part II - Reforms, Access to Information and Initiatives To Reduce Pendency
Chapter 11. E-Courts Project - Information, Communication and Technology - Enablement of Courts
Chapter 12. Institutional Response - Access to Information - Right to Information Act, 2005
Chapter 13. Initiatives to Reduce the Pendency
Chapter 14. Continuing Legal Education for Judges
Part III - Being a Judge
Chapter 15. Conduct Inside/Outside Court
Chapter 16. Fair Hearing
Chapter 17. Cause of Justice and Truth - Judge's Responsibility
Part IV - Case Management and Court Administration
Chapter 18. Case Management - Responsibility of a Judge
Chapter 19. Court Administration - Role and Responsibility of the Judge
Chapter 20. A Word to the PDJs/Effective Administration in District and Subordinate Judiciary
Chapter 21. Alternative Dispute Resolution
Chapter 22. Judicial Infrastructure - Means of Access to Justice
Part V - Conclusion
Chapter 23. Few Suggestions for Enhancing the Judicial Excellence
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Author Details
Justice R. Banumathi,
former Judge of the Supreme Cort of India, was elevated to the Supreme Court in August 2014 and retired in July 2020. She is the second woman Judge to have risen to the Supreme Court from the ranks. Born on 20.07.1995, Justice R. Banumathi enrolled as an advocate at the age of twenty-six years. She was elevated as the Judge of the Madras High Court in 2003 and she dealt with various subjects and pronounced number of landmark judgments. Justice R. Banumathi was elevated as the Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court in November 2013. In the state of Jharkhand, Justice R. Bhanumati pronounced number of judgments on Mines and Minerals and tax matters. As Chief Justice of the Jharkhand High Court, she has greatly improved the infrastructure of the District Judiciary and spruced up administration.
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