Acclaimed as a classic, this celebrated work by the well-known author has now been thoroughly revised and updated.
A treatise on the art of writing judgments, the work has been suitably edited to incorporate and reflect the changes in the statute law and also the case-law references in the book have been updated. However, the basic nature and fabric of the work which has been much appreciated by the readers, has been deliberately left untouched.
Contains articles and addresses on judgment writing, role of judges and tips on how to become a good judge by Justice R.V. Raveendran, H.R. Khanna, Justice Sunil Ambwani, Kalyani Ramnath and Justice M. Jagannadha Rao.
Discusses the important observations of the Supreme Court on judgment writing like the Saheli Leasing Case, (2010) 6 SCC 384.
Coherent and concise presentation of ideas in simple language for easy understanding.
Model judgments in civil and criminal cases gives an insight to various parts of a judgment.
Contains a note for candidates appearing for judicial services.
Anomalies in Law & Justice: Writings Related to Law & Justice
In this excellent compendium, Justice Raveendran brings forward the contemporary problems in justice delivery, corrupt system, the role of diverse institutions in the Parliamentary Democracy, deterioration of moral values, loss of confidence of the common man in the rule of law, judicial conduct in decision making and law being not in sync with justice. With over four decades of experience on the Bench and off it, Justice Raveendran suggests meaningful and vitally important solutions to these problems. The Book consists of two sets of articles – the first dealing with matters relating to law and justice of relevance and interest to the general public and the second dealing with subjects of special interest to the members of the Judiciary and the Bar.