Adjudication in Trial Courts–A Benchbook for Judicial Officers
Author : N R Madhava Menon, David Annoussamy, D K Sampath
ISBN : 9788180387951
EDITION : 1st
NO. OF VOLUMES : 1
COPYRIGHT YEAR : 2012
The book is a joint venture by a former judicial trainer-cum-legal academic, a former judge, and a former advocate. The authors have been instrumental in designing and conducting training and continuing education programmes for judges of the subordinate courts. It is a result of the deeply felt concern of the authors about the declining standard of adjudication in trial courts in India. The book is divided into four parts, part one deals with Essential Concepts, part two deals with Making of a Civil Judge-Some Constructive Thoughts, part three deals with Adjudication in Criminal Courts and part four deals with Special Courts. This is a compact and handy reference book for all future as well as present judges and judicial officers, and will be an ideal supplement to the training material used by the Judicial Training Academies.
Professor N R Madhava Menon has been teaching Law for over five decades in Universities at Aligarh, Delhi, Pondicherry, Bangalore, Kolkata and Bhopal in India and in Washington and Columbia Universities in the United States. He has held several positions including Head, Campus Law Centre, Delhi University, Principal, Ambedkar Government Law College, Pondicherry, Founder Director of National Law School, Bangalore, Founder Vice-Chancellor of National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata and Founder Director of National Judicial Academy, Bhopal. He has been the Chairman of the Board of Management of the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum and the Commonwealth Legal Education Association, London. He has served in several Committees and Commissions of the Government of India including the Commission on Centre-State Relations, the Committee on Criminal Justice Reform and the Committee on Restructuring Higher Education. He was honoured with the Living Legend of Law Award by the International Bar Association in 1994 and the Padmashree in 2003 for his contribution to public service. Justice Dr. David Annoussamy was Formerly Judge, French Appellate Court (1965-69) and madras High Court (1984-1989), Chief Judge, Pondicherry (1975-1984), President, State Consumer Disputes Resolution Commission, Pondicherry (1989-1994) and Director, Legal Studies, Madras University (1972-1974). Mr. D K Sampath is a legal activist and a member of the Chengalpattu Bar where he practiced for 37 years. He is the founder of the Mediation Centre at Tiruporur, Tamil Nadu.
The Advocates Act 1961
Author : Sanjiva Row