GCRCJS Webinar On Reading of Evidence, and the process of Examination and Cross-Examination in Criminal Trials: Challenges and Gray areas in the Practical Scenario | Gujarat National Law University

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Webinar On Reading of Evidence, and the process of Examination and Cross-Examination in Criminal Trials: Challenges and Gray areas in the Practical Scenario is being organised by GCRCJS, GNLU.

About Centre for Research in Criminal Justice Sciences

Recognizing that a comprehensive appreciation of the technicalities, complexities and patterns of criminal law are indispensable for realizing the goals of the law, the Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar established the Centre for Research in Criminal Justice Sciences (GCRCJS). It is a centre dedicated to researching the niche area of Criminal Law. The centre provides a platform for a holistic research environment and aims to further knowledge and academic discussions about the multifaceted dimensions of criminal sciences.

GCRCJS Webinar On Reading of Evidence, and the process of Examination and Cross-Examination in Criminal Trials

About the Speaker

Mr. Shekhar Naphade, Senior Advocate, started his law practice in the year 1974 and has been practicing in the Supreme Court of India for more than 4 decades. He recently appeared in the case popularly known as Arunachal Assembly case. One of the important matters in which he appeared relates to interpretation of Section 154 Cr. P.C. popularly known as Lalita Kumari’s case. Mr. Naphade appeared in a case involving constitutional challenge to MCOC Act, Aruna Shan Baug’s case relating to Right to Live and Die with Dignity, Mercy Killing, etc. He has also appeared in Jayalalitha’s Disproportionate Assets case, BCCI (Cricket case). Jalikattu’s case, Ram Jethmalani v. Union of India. (Black Money case) among others.

Kindly take note that no certificate shall be provided to the attendees, nor shall any request in this regard be entertained.

Topic

Reading of evidence, and the process of examination and cross-examination in criminal trials: Challenges and gray areas in the practical scenario.

Date

16th April 2022 (Saturday)

Time

4PM (IST)

Platform

Cisco Webex

Who can Attend

The webinar is open for participation of all Indian students of law, legal practitioners and legal scholars.

Registration Procedure

Kindly register for the webinar here. After the form is filled, the participant shall receive the details to join the session on the Email ID provided.

Contact

For any further queries regarding the event please contact us at [email protected].

Submitted By: Organising Committee


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