About the Program
The theory and practice of law come down to the application of the scientific methodology in the analysis of cases, because the law is, in fact, a science about singular and particular problems. Although we may try to get a glimpse of the system as a function of cases, “in a rational sense, it is the problem and not the system that sets up the essence of the legal thought”. For a legal professional, precedents are of utmost importance and the judgments like Ram Mandir’s are required to be well understood, as it has been one of the most controversial and talked-about cases. In view of the same, we feel the requirement to unroll the expert knowledge about the Ayodhya dispute & verdict, by revisiting the same and disseminate the knowledge among the students & legal fraternity.
In this interaction with Professor Dr Devinder Singh, Department of Law Panjab University Chandigarh & Ms Sofia Bhambri, Advocate, Delhi High Court we will discuss the background, the dispute, the Law and the verdict of Ram Mandir case.
Topic: Revisiting the Ayodhya Judgement
(Background, Dispute, Law and the Verdict)
. Religious and historical background
·Beginning of dispute
· Demolition of Disputed Structure
·Stages of trial
·Efforts of Mediation and Final verdict
About the Speakers
1) Dr Devinder Singh is a Professor at Department of Law, Panjab University Chandigarh, Former faculty of Army Institute of Law, Mohali.
2) Advocate Sofia BhambhriManaging Partner at S.Bhambri & Associates (Advocates), Delhi.
Venue and TimeGoogle meet on 5th August 2020 from 6:00pm Onwards
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