Truth Decay

Justice Menon predicts a perfect long storm for the judiciary around the world. Furthermore, this perfect long storm is characterized by truth decay and complex disputes. Consequently, the judiciary has to upgrade its skills. Additionaly he stated that the days of presuming that the judge is the absolute repository of knowledge and needs no upgradation are over. Chief Justice Menon made these powerful statements at a function in the Supreme Court of India . This function was organized to commemorate the beginning of the Supreme Court of India in 1950.

Chief Justice Menon is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Singapore. He was speaking at the first of the annual lecture series at the Supreme Court of India.

Truth Decay: A challenge appearing in court rooms worldwide

By aor.sanjivnarang@gmail.com

Sanjiv Narang Adv. is an Advocate on Record in the Supreme Court of India. His qualifications include an LLB from University of Delhi and a Masters degree in Personnel Management from Panjab University,Chandigarh.In his more than 3 decades of experience, he has practiced law at the District, High Court and Supreme Court levels.He also has more than a decade of experience in the field of Management. He is the author of two books namely Laws for Women in India and Innovation, Why What and How.