Judiciary, Judges and the Administration of Justice
Author: Justice R. Banumathi
The book Judiciary, Judges, and the Administration of Justice authored by Justice R. Banumathi, who served the Indian judiciary for more than three decades, elaborates upon the values dear to the Judiciary ‘independence of the judiciary’, ‘judicial accountability’, ‘honesty and integrity’, ‘judicial ethics’, ‘impartiality and conscious objectivity’ and ‘probity of conduct’ required of the judges. The book highlights the need for the judges and lawyers to be dedicated to the cause of justice and adherence to constitutional values, transparency, and accountability. It provides a comprehensive view of the accomplishments of the e-courts project and the National Judicial Data Grid and their benefits in making the judicial processes more transparent, efficient, and accessible. The Book impresses upon the judges and lawyers to use the technology for better Case Management and Court Administration and to take the Indian Judiciary to higher levels of excellence. This book is written for anyone in the legal field. The book is a source of guidance for judges, lawyers, policy makers and planners, academicians, students and various stakeholders associated with the administration of justice.