High Court Delhi Jobs for Recruitment For Lawyers Mediators in Delhi
High Court Delhi
Post Name : Lawyers and Mediators No. of Vacancy : 130 Posts Name of the Panel : Civil Panel : 40 Posts Criminal Panel : 40 Posts Jail Visiting Panel : 25 Posts Mediator Panel : 25 Posts Educational Qualification : An advocate should be having 3 years experience OR An Advocate should have received forty hours of training as a mediator. Age Limit : As per DHCLSC rules Job Location : New Delhi Selection Process : Selection will be based shortlist the candidates to be called for interview. How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with affix the latest passport size photograph along with self attested photocopies of LLB degree & certificate of enrollment and all relevant documents addressed to the Office of Delhi High Court Legal Services Committee, 33-38, Lawyers Chamber, Delhi High Court, New Delhi on or before 29.02.2016.
An advocate should be having 3 years experience OR An Advocate should have received forty hours of training as a mediator.
Looking for Any Graduate graduates profile.
2016-02-20 to 2016-02-29
About High court delhi
The High Court of Delhi was established on 31st October, 1966.
Initially, the High Court of Judicature at Lahore, which was established by a Letters Patent dated 21st March, 1919, exercised jurisdiction over the then provinces of the Punjab and Delhi. This position continued till the Indian Independence Act, 1947 when the dominions of India and Pakistan were created.
The High Courts (Punjab) Order, 1947 established a new High Court for the territory of what was then called the East Punjab with effect from 15th August, 1947. The India (Adaptation of Existing Indian Laws) Order, 1947 provided that any reference in an existing Indian law to the High Court of Judicature at Lahore, be replaced by a reference to the High Court of East Punjab.
The High Court of East Punjab started functioning from Shimla in a building called "Peterhoff". This building burnt down in January, 1981.
When the Secretariat of the Punjab Government shifted to Chandigarh in 1954-55, the High Court also shifted to Chandigarh. The High Court of Punjab, as it is later came to be called, exercised jurisdiction over Delhi through a Circuit Bench which dealt with the cases pertaining to the Union Territory of Delhi and the Delhi Administration.
In view of the importance of Delhi, its population and other considerations, Parliament thought it necessary to establish a new High Court of Delhi. This was achieved by enacting the Delhi High Court Act, 1966 on 5th September, 1966.
By virtue of Section 3(1) of the Delhi High Court Act, the Central Government was empowered to appoint a date by a notification in the official gazette, establishing a High Court for the Union Territory of Delhi. The appointed date was 31st October, 1966.
The High Court of Delhi initially exercised jurisdiction not only over the Union Territory of Delhi, but also Himachal Pradesh. The High Court of Delhi had a Himachal Pradesh Bench at Shimla in a building called Ravenswood. The High Court of Delhi continued to exercise jurisdiction over Himachal Pradesh until the State of Himachal Pradesh Act, 1970 was enforced on 25th January, 1971.