Judgment Writing Masterclass
One of the crucial parts in judicial service examination is Judgment writing. Writing a judgment means a reason-giving process where a judge puts into words the rationale behind his decision. This involves a thorough understanding of the facts of the case, knowledge of the law and court practices, ability to make a fair decision which is good in law and finally to deliver it in a reasonable manner. Candidates will be asked to write a civil or criminal judgment according to the case materials provided in the question paper. One must keep in mind it is not always the correctness of the decision you make which is being valued, but the format and fairness of the judgment you write. All the details given related to the case, like the facts of the case, the arguments advanced, the details of materials placed, testimonies of the witnesses etc. should be carefully considered while writing the judgment. Making use of legal principles and applying relevant citations will fetch good marks for the judgment.
You can learn the art of judgment writing for your judiciary exams by taking this live online Judgment Writing Masterclass.
How it Works? This course will teach you the critical aspects of judgment writing for judicial services exam. After finishing the course, the candidate would be able to write civil and criminal judgments as per appropriate rules and orders of respective States. The course will be covered in 2 days with more than 6 hours of live online coaching.
Course Deliverables: Live Video Lectures, Judgment Writing Samples, Judgment Writing Assignments & Exercises.
Course Schedule: 10 AM to 1 PM | Thursday 16 April 2020 & Friday 17 April 2020
1. The format of civil judgment
2. Necessary provisions of Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 relating to pleadings that is Plaint and Written Statement
3. Framing of Issues and Order XIV of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
1. Evidence Act, 1872 and relevant provisions with respect to civil laws and judgments
2. Concept of marshaling of the evidence
3. Concept of appreciation of the evidence
4. Decree and its content.
1. How to write a civil judgment
2. 3 Model Judgments
1. Various types of trials under Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
2. Relevant provisions of CrPC for criminal judgment
3. Committal Proceeding
4. Format of criminal judgment writing- Magistrate Trial and Sessions Trial
1. Framing of Charges
2. Framing of Points for determination
3. Evidence Act, 1872 and relevant provisions with respect to criminal judgment writing
4. Marshaling of Evidence
5. Appreciation of Evidence
1. Writing of a Criminal Judgment
2. 3 Model Judgments
Last Date to Register: Wednesday 15 April 2020.
Fees & Registration: The course fee is Rs. 2000 (Rupees Two Thousand Only). Online registration is mandatory to join the course.Enroll Now
About the Instructor:
Shishir Shrivastava is a Masters of Law in Constitutional law from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala, Punjab. He is an advocate with 5 years of experience in litigation at the District and Sessions Court of Raipur (CG). He also runs his own Institute for the preparation of Civil Judge Examination in the Raipur District of Chhattisgarh and has 2 years of experience in training aspirants for the preparation of civil judge competitive examination.
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