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Knowledge Sharing

The National Judicial Academy invites submissions from members of the legal fraternity and others for this section. The submissions should conform to the following editorial policy.

1. The main objective of this section is to provide a platform for those interested to share their knowledge and experience in the area of law. For this, the section welcomes submissions from Judges, lawyers, academics, law students as well as specialist from other disciplines.

2. The submissions may be in the form of articles/essay/review or note. The only consideration is that it should be scholarly in nature and must be original work of author submitting it.

All submission can be emailed to nja[at]nja[dot]gov[dot]in or sent in a disk to Knowledge Sharing, National Judicial Academy,Bhadbhada Road,P.O.Suraj Nagar, Bhopal-462044.

Ensuring Equality : Role of Legal Services Authorities (Article by Dr. K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai) ”

Pivotal Role of Courts in Criminal Justice Administration (Article by Dr. K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai) ”

The Mission and Vision of Indian Judiciary (Article by Dr. K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai) ”


A Brief history of Events relating to the establishment of the National Judicial Academy ” - Justice Chandresh Bhusan,Former Registrar of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.

ENVIRONMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS (Article by Narinder Kumar, Additional District & Sessions Judge, Tis Hazari Courts, Delhi) ”

Narinder Kumar, Seamless And Continuous Process In Suits Till Delivery Of Relief : Argument For Its Need (22/11/2018) ”

Narinder Kumar, Law Of Limitation And Exclusion Of Time When Defendant Is Absent From India : Need For Reconsideration (22/11/2018) ”