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Justice B. Rajendran

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Madras High Court

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www.thehindu.com

Justice B. Rajendran, Judge, Madras High Court, said that the ADRC and family court were the need of the time - both for lawyers and litigants.P. Velmurugan, Principal District and Sessions Judge, and A.P. Balachandran, Chief Judicial Magistrate, offered felicitations.


www.scottishmediation.org.uk [cached]

Justice B. Rajendran, Judge at Madras High Court, explained the benefits of mediation and the way in which referrals can be made.
The judge highlighted "active participation by the parties in terms of agreement" as the principle benefit of mediation, with no external party declaring that one party is the winner. In addition, he described mediation as a means by which both parties have a greater opportunity to be heard than when appearing before a judge.


www.cdjlawjournal.com [cached]

Justice B. Rajendran
CDJ - Judgments - Supreme Court - High Court - Case laws - Head Notes - India Law Judgments Justice B. Rajendran He is a B.Com., B.L. Graduate, from University of Madras and possesses a Diploma in Criminology & Forensic Science (D.C.F.Sc). He was called to the bar on 1.11.1978. He started practice at Trichy District Court both in Civil and Criminal Sides. He shifted practice to Madras High Court in the year 2004. He was also frequently appearing before the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India. He practiced in Civil, Criminal, Constitutional, Taxation, Labour, Company & Service laws. He was the Secretary of the Indian Law Institute, (Deemed University) New Delhi, Tamil Nadu State Branch. He is a member of the Madras Bar Association and the Trichy Bar Association. Earlier, he held the post of Additional Public Prosecutor, and later as Public Prosecutor for Trichy and Additional Government Pleader (Writs), High Court, Madras. His father Thiru. Balasundaram was a leader of Trichy Bar. He was appointed as Additional Judge of Madras High Court on 31.03.2009


www.scottishmediation.org.uk [cached]

Justice B. Rajendran, Judge at Madras High Court, explained the benefits of mediation and the way in which referrals can be made.


www.scottishmediation.org.uk [cached]

Justice B. Rajendran, Judge at Madras High Court, explained the benefits of mediation and the way in which referrals can be made.
The judge highlighted “active participation by the parties in terms of agreement†as the...]]> The Hindu has reported on the inauguration of the mediation training programme for judicial officers of Tiruchi district in India. Justice B. Rajendran, Judge at Madras High Court, explained the benefits of mediation and the way in which referrals can be made. The judge highlighted “active participation by the parties in terms of agreement†as the principle benefit of mediation, with no external party declaring that one party is the winner. In addition, he described mediation as a means by which both parties have a greater opportunity to be heard than when appearing before a judge.


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