Judiciary Masterclass Open Session on Dowry Death and Cruelty; July 18, 12 to 1 PM.
Dowry Death is a social curse that is a burning issue in Indian society. Organized strategy by women’s welfare groups, the military, public servants and the judiciary through the use of dissuasive penalties for dowry deaths. It can be noted that the Government of India, along with the Indian judiciary, has introduced cooperative and compassionate legislation to safeguard the life rights and dignity of women and to provide more justice for victims of abuse or violence by their husbands and relatives.
Join us for this free webinar to understand the law governing the Dowry Death and Cruelty in India. Important Provisions from The Dowry Prohibition Act, Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure and other relevant laws will be discussed in the webinar. The speaker will also discuss the practical aspects about dealing with cases relating to Dowry Death and Cruelty in Indian Courts.
This session will be extremely useful for aspirants of civil judge exams across different Indian States and for young lawyers practicing on the criminal side.
About the Speaker:
Shishir Shrivastava holds a Masters of Law in Constitutional Law from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala, Punjab. He is an advocate with 5 years of experience in litigation at the District and Sessions Court of Raipur (CG). He also runs his own Institute for the preparation of Civil Judge Examination in the Raipur District of Chhattisgarh and has 2 years of experience in training aspirants for the preparation of civil judge competitive examination.
The next webinar is scheduled on: Sunday, 11-July-2020 – 12 PM to 1 PM
This is a free webinar. Access will be available only to registered participants.Register Now