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CJI DY Chandrachud inaugurates new judges library in Supreme Court

CJI DY Chandrachud inaugurates new judges library in Supreme Court

Chief Justice of India, DY Chandrachud recently inaugurates new judges' library in Top Court. This new library is spread over four floors and includes a circulation section, reference section, information management section, legal research and legislation section and acquisition section. 

“The total collection of books and reference material in the judges’ library is 3,77,000 out of which 2,40,000 are placed in the new library. The library houses legal commentaries, law reports, biographies and general books along with a Judges’ Lounge and Judges’ Conference Room,” it said.

Yesterday, on the occasion of the golden jubilee of the Kesavanada Bharathi Case, the Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud announced that the Supreme Court has dedicated a web page containing the details of the judgment which “the world can use for law research.”

The webpage contains the background information on the case, its origins, the text of the judgment, case notes, written submissions, etc.

“We have dedicated a web page with all written submissions and everything related to the Kesavananda case for all world researchers to look at,” a bench headed by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud said.

The views of each judge of the Constitution bench that laid down the path-breaking concept of the “basic structure” of the Constitution can also be accessed by clicking on their respective photograph on the web page.

The Judgement has also been made available in Hindi.

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