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Saturday, 21 December 2019 | Time: 4pm - 6pm
Improving Judicial Process with Legal Transcriptions
Who should attend: Litigants, Lawyers, Students of Law, Activists, Concerned Citizens and IT experts interested in transcriptions
img 1Advocate Jamshed Mistry is the founder of International Legal Alliance. He practices in the Supreme Court and the Bombay High Court where he works actively for social and medico legal causes like the rights of disabled persons, setting up of distinct hawking and non-hawking zones in Mumbai etc.

img 1Amrish Kilachand comes from one of the oldest industrial families of India. After finishing his education he joined his family business. He has extensive legal experience and was the petitioner in a case where the Supreme Court ruled in favour of transcription of court proceedings.
  A pathbreaking order of the Supreme Court has opened the door to legal transcription — a process of recording precisely what is said and argued during court proceedings. Legal transcription is already mandatory in many developed nations and some of our neighbouring countries.

Improving legal processes through recording and transcriptions is key to improving justice delivery at time when frightening pendency and high costs are leading to denial of justice.
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