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Emerging Legal Issues - 2022 brainstormed in a two-day law workshop

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27 Sep, 22 10:08
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Emerging Legal Issues - 2022 brainstormed in a two-day law workshop

Jaipur. The two-day Government of India lawyers workshop concluded with the presence of High Court Judges and Additional Solicitor General of five states.
 Additional Solicitor General of India Rajdeepak Rastogi informed that it was inaugurated by Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju and Union Minister of State for Law SP S Baghel on Saturday.
 The conference was presided over by Supreme Court Judge Justice Ajay Rastogi.
In the program, Rajasthan High Court Acting CJ M M Srivastava, Gujarat High Court CJ Arvind Kumar, and Solicitor General of India Tushar Mehta were present in the inaugural session.
 More than 300 Indian government lawyers from Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Goa
 And Madhya Pradesh attended the conference. Took part.
 On the second day of the workshop, Justice Ashok Kumar Gaur of Rajasthan High Court, Justice MS Karnik of Bombay High Court, and ASG Devang Vyas of Gujarat High Court participated on the topic of development and impact of various aspects of the legal field.
 On the second day of the workshop, Justice Ashok Kumar Gaur, Judge of Rajasthan High Court, on the topic "Role of Technology," said that at present, the number of pending cases is increasing in the country, it can be reduced by the use of technology.
He said it is imperative to change with the times; when he came in the early days of advocacy, the typewriter was used. Still, these days the computer has replaced the typewriter; now, any written on a computer can be written many times. Change and print can also be taken by saving time, but this facility was not available in the past, so technology holds an important place in a person's life. Civil rules should also be changed for this to record his statement. He also talked about promoting Artificial Intelligence.
He said that praising the e-portal for e-challan started in Rajasthan, he said that it would benefit the common people, justice would be accessible faster, and the pendency of cases would come down.
 Chief Justice of Rajasthan M M Srivastava congratulated the organizers on the successful completion of the workshop.
Justice Srivastava also emphasized promoting the use of technology in the judiciary and said that we should be updated with technology.
 The workshop coordinator, Additional Solicitor General RD Rastogi, while expressing gratitude on the occasion of concluding, threw light on the glory of Mewar.
ASG Rastogi said that this workshop was organized for the first time in West Zone. Three technical sessions were scheduled for two days in the workshop. Rajasthan High Court Judge Sandeep Mehta, Madhya Pradesh High Court Judge Anand Pathak, and Bombay High Court ASG Anil Singh attended the session on White Collar Crime on the first day. After this, on the Role of Advocate in Nation Building and National Security, Judge Vijay Vishnoi of Rajasthan High Court, Judge Anirudh of Gujarat High Court, and ASG Rastogi of Rajasthan High Court attended.
ASG Anil Singh in Bombay High Court, co-convener of the workshop, said that on the last day of the seminar, Justice Ashok Kumar Gaur of Rajasthan High Court, Justice MS Karnik of Bombay High Court, Justice PK Kaurava of Delhi High Court on the topic of development and impact of various dimensions of the legal field. Along with ASG Devang Vyas of Gujarat High Court. Additional Solicitor General of India Raj Deepak Rastogi said a detailed report of the matters discussed in this conference would be submitted to the Central Government. It was inaugurated by Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju and Union Minister of State for Law SP S Baghel this Saturday.
 Additional Solicitor General of India Raj Deepak Rastogi informed that a detailed report of the matters discussed in this conference would be submitted to the Central Government.
 In the workshop, the Additional Solicitor General of India Rajdeepak Rastogi suggested before the CJ that the National Informatics Center (NIC) facility should be given to the lawyers of the Government of India so that they can get updated information from the Integrated Portal.
 In the workshop, the speakers also suggested that an academy for the up-gradation of advocates was indicated on the same lines as there is an academy for civil services, 
 


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