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Law drafting should be included in curriculum: CJI

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Mumbai, Mar 4 (UNI) Chief Justice of India Yogeshkumar Sabharwal today recommended the law colleges that they should include a subject on the drafting in their curriculum.

Inaugurating the National Council, organised by Bar Council of India for having discussion on various aspects of law here, Mr Sabharwal said the bar council should organise training of lawyers profession for law students as well as guide taluka level lawyers.

He said it should also do the job of maintaining control on lawyers.

The CJI also advised the budding lawyers to hold a detailed discussion during the proceedings of any important case.

He expressed satisfaction over the state government's policy to make legal library available at taluka levels and electronic typewriters in courts.

Agreeing that the judgements get delayed in courts, he said that lawyers should enhance working capacity and try to have judgements as quick as possible.

The use of information and technology in the administration would bring in quick results, the chief justice added.

Speaking on the occasion, Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh said a law library at taluka level would be started so that people would get legal knowedge.

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