Philosophising Litigation

“Wherefore we shall pray ad infinitum” – Where the Translation Fails?

By | July 22nd, 2019|Access to Justice, High Court of Himachal Pradesh, Judgment Writing, Judicial Administration, Philosophising Litigation, Supreme Court of India|

Editor's note - In this post, Kanu Garg, writes about the Supreme Court of India's recent initiative to make its judgments available in 7 regional languages. While recognizing the need for such a move, Kanu writes about why we must not pat ourselves on the back yet. As she points out, verbose and lengthy judgments, [...]

Towards Truth as the Only Goal (I of III)

By | September 26th, 2018|Adjudication and Judicial Process, Criminal Law, Evidence Law, Judicial Ethics, Philosophising Litigation, Professional Ethics, Proving Cases, Tricks of the Trade|

This is the first part of Justice K. Kannan's three-part series 'Towards Truth as the Only Goal'. In a set of three articles, he shall analyse the function of the judicial process of arriving at the normative goal of truth. In this first article, he argues that while essentially all litigations are always exercises to [...]