See And Hear Justice Dhingra At A Seminar – Mar/07/09 – New Delhi

The Rakshak Foundation is hosting a Seminar and Panel Discussion at Delhi on Saturday, March 7th (3PM – 7 PM)

‘CrPC Amendment bill and Judicial reforms: Lawyers strikes, legal debates and public views’

Main Auditorium,
Scope Convention Centre,
Scope Complex,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003
Date: March 7th (Saturday) 2009
Time: 3PM – 7PM (sharp)
Day: Saturday

Speakers and Panelists:

1) Former Law Minister Shri Shanti Bhushan
2) Honorable Justice VS Malimath (former Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court)
3) Honorable Justice SN Dhingra (Judge, Delhi high Court)
4) Professor NR Madava Menon, Director, National Judicial Academy, Bhopal

Seminar is free for all, refreshments will be provided.

Lectures, Debate and Discussions will focus on the wide topic of Judicial reforms and the recently amended CrPC bill which has created lot of agitation in the lawyer community resulting in several strikes all over India.
This seminar will provide a stage to discuss this amendment and judicial reforms, how is it going to help building our nation better and its passive effects that may occur in the future.
If you choose to attend this event, please keep in mind that you may be able to express your views and opinions depending upon the time, schedule and choice of the moderators of the seminar.
Press invitation:
Press Note (details):
Seminar Details

3:00 – 4:00 Welcome, refreshments and public interaction and discussions

4:00 – 5:30 Legal Lumanaries speak on their topics

5:30 – 7:30 Panel Discussion and Public Question and Answers

Please confirm your attendance by visiting this thread in the forum:

I am planning on attending. So you may see me there as well, though I will remain anonymous.

This is a great chance to meet to meet Justice Dhingra. Don’t pass up on it !!


1 Response to “See And Hear Justice Dhingra At A Seminar – Mar/07/09 – New Delhi”

  1. 1 purshhakk March 1, 2009 at 11:18 am



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