by Ravitej Chilumuri†, Mihika Jalan†† and Hanisha Daboo†††
About the Event EBC Learning presents a Panel Discussion on “How to Prepare for the Advocate-on-Record Examination.” Event Details: Date: 4th December
Recapitulating the career trajectory of eminent Judge of the Supreme Court of India, Justice B.R Gavai, who is in line to become only the second Chief Justice of India belonging to Scheduled Caste category after Justice K.G. Balakrishnan.
Former Supreme Court Judge, Justice Fathima Beevi took her last breath on 23-11-2023. Beyond her legal career, Justice Beevi was a beacon of hope for women’s rights, advocating for gender equality in all aspects of life. Her legacy extends beyond the courtroom, leaving an indelible mark on the societal fabric of India.
Following a meticulous assessment of the qualifications, integrity, capabilities and giving due consideration to a range of factors, the Supreme Court Collegium recommended and Centre Government approved the appointment of Justice Satish Chandra Sharma as Judge of the Supreme Court of India.
Following the Collegium’s recommendation for appointment of Justice Satish Chandra Sharma, Justice Augustine George Masih, and Justice Sandeep Mehta as Judges of the Supreme Court of India, the Centre cleared the recommendation within 48 hrs.
Following a meticulous assessment of the qualifications, the Collegium on 06-11-2023, recommended the names of the Justice Satish Chandra Sharma, Justice Augustine George Masih, and Justice Sandeep Mehta, Chief Justices of High Courts of Delhi, Rajasthan and Gauhati respectively, to be elevated as Judges of the Supreme Court.
The Collegium thoroughly scrutinized the recommended names on basis of the reports sent by the respective High Court Collegiums and material placed on record by the Department of Justice.
Interviewed by Riya Garg
After the successful release of the inaugural edition of NLIU – Journal for Legislative Drafting and Parliamentary Research (JLDPR) on the occasion
The Centre for Research in Air & Space Law, Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai (CRASL, MNLU Mumbai), in association with Centre for
Justice Vikram Nath, a fourth generation legal luminary and sitting Judge of the Supreme Court of India, is likely to become Chief Justice of India for seven months in 2027.
NLIU Bhopal organizing the first ever “National workshop on Drafting and Pleading” on 30th September & 1st October, 2023
Interviewed by Lovesh Mamnani
Justice Hima Kohli was the first woman Chief Justice of the High Court for the State of Telangana and is currently serving as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India. She was the ninth woman to be elevated to the Supreme Court of India.
Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra started his legal career from the District Courts and High Courts of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and was later appointed as the Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court.
Interviewed by Mohd. Talha Hasan
Justice Sudhanshu Dhulia is a second-generation legal professional who joined the Bar at High Court of Judicature at Allahabad and went on to become Judge at Supreme Court of India. His journey from his early schooling days to the present esteemed position is a testament to the power of knowledge, dedication, and the pursuit of justice.
by Shruti Sabharwal† and Ujval Mohan††
Cite as: 2023 SCC OnLine Blog Exp 65
by Anuja Pethia†