Cross-Border Legal Training: Sri Lankan Delegation Embraces Indian Judicial Innovations

Cross-Border Legal Training

A delegation comprising 15 officials from the Sri Lankan Supreme Court successfully concluded a four-day training program from May 9th to 13th at the Supreme Court of India, as per an official release.

Technological Advancements

Throughout the program, the delegates were acquainted with the technological and digital advancements of the Supreme Court of India, encompassing the e-courts project, the e-library, and various court processes such as filing, listing, scrutiny, scanning, and record-keeping.

Judicial Collaboration

Senior registrars from the registry elucidated the intricacies of these processes to the delegates and showcased the systems designed to enhance transparency, efficiency, and accessibility, the release noted. This endeavor underscores the robust bilateral relationship and shared dedication to judicial excellence and technological innovation between India and Sri Lanka.

The release also mentioned that under the guidance of Chief Justice of India, DY Chandrachud, the training cell of the Supreme Court facilitated this initiative, fostering knowledge exchange and collaboration with international judicial entities.

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