A Chat on SC eCommittee’s Vision for Tomorrow’s Courts – Must Attend for all Young Lawyers [Sunday, Apr 18; 5-6 PM]: Register Now!

Chat on eCourts Vision Document of the Supreme Court- Key Highlights

Lawctopus, Legal Hackers (Lucknow) invite you to discuss the key highlights of the Supreme Court eCommittee’s Vision Document on eCourts with Agami.

 

The Supreme Court wants to adopt technology to make the justice delivery system more efficient.

Think real-time digital updation of case records, smart scheduling, customized dashboards and AI-enabled research tools and analytics!

All of this will have a direct impact on how we, the lawyers of today and tomorrow, carry out our roles. As one of the primary stakeholders of the judicial system, we must have a clear sense of how technology will drive the justice system and about our role in it.

Under the leadership of Justice D.Y. Chandrachud the Supreme Court eCommittee has for the first time opened up its draft Vision Document for public consultations!

We invite you to join us for an information session to discuss the key highlights of this Vision Document. It is important that you understand the implications of the eCourts Project on the profession and your future and help shape its vision by sharing your thoughts/feedback.

In this session, you will get to:

  • Have a quick glimpse into the key elements of the draft Vision Document
  • Seek clarifications
  • Share your thoughts and feedback on the draft

Register for the webinar HERE!

In Conversation with

Supriya Sankaran

Supriya Sankaran (Co-founder, Agami):

Supriya is the Co-founder of Agami. She is also a Director at Ashoka Innovators for the Public, where she has worked to launch over 100 leading social entrepreneurs across different sectors, support 500 others and co-create projects like the Wellbeing Project. Supriya studied law at NALSAR University of Law

Akhil Bhardwaj

Akhil Bhardwaj (Weaver – Digital Courts and ODR, Agami):

Akhil is a lawyer currently focused on reimagining dispute resolution in India. Before Agami, he spent five years litigating commercial disputes, first at a law firm and then at his private practice.

The session will be facilitated by Mustafa Rasheed and Nabiha Khwaja. 

Details

Day, date, time: Sunday, April 18, 5:00 pm- 6:00 pm

Platform: Zoom (with all mandated safeguards in place)

Fees: Free

Certificates: No. Please attend it for your knowledge and insights.

Questions: Participants will be on mute and can ask questions via the Q and A box.

Register for the webinar HERE!

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