Workshop on Evidence Law in Practice- Part I

Workshop on Evidence Law in Practice- Pa

What you will learn?

What kinds of evidence are admissible in a court of law and what aren’t? What even is hearsay? What does “Res gestae” mean really? Hold on, what is “fact”? Never thought that something as simple as “fact” could mean so much more? What is this web???

Well, these are questions you will find answers to in what will be an experience like none other, with over four hours of teaching focussed on evidence law in action, and not in books! Naturally, considering the vast canvas to be covered, four hours is not enough, and accordingly, the workshop will be divided in two parts, with the second part set to be launched in the next month or later!!

Who will be teaching?

Ms. Shriya Maini

Ms. Maini is an award-winning lawyer practicing at the Supreme Court of India, the Delhi High Court and District Courts/tribunals dispute resolution (civil, criminal and matrimonial) and has been accredited with numerous publications. A gold medallist from Gujarat National Law University, Ms. Maini post-graduated in laws from the University of Oxford, U.K., and is also a Visiting Professor for Women and Child Laws and International Crimes at National Law University, Delhi, NLU Nagpur and Lloyd Law College, Noida. She currently serves as an external member on the Internal Complaints Committee at Lloyd Law College, Noida. Prior to establishing her independent practice, Ms Maini worked as an Associate at Amarchand and Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff and Co. Ms. Maini also holds the distinguished feat of working as an Associate with the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals under Judge Theodor Meron at The Hague. With the rich and diverse experience that Ms. Maini comes with in International and domestic criminal laws, the present workshop is set to be an enriching experience for all participants.

Course Content


  • What is Evidence and why is it SO important?

A brief discussion on what evidence means, why it is absolutely important for one to be thorough with the provisions of the Indian Evidence Act, whether they are practicing on Civil, Criminal or Commercial sides

  • The mammoth called “FACTS”

Discussion on what does FACT really mean, not just in theory but in practicality- how to identify relevant facts and facts you can use in court of law

  • Proved, Disproved, Not Proved, May, Shall and Conclusive Proof

Discussion on all of the above terms with practical examples on what amounts to proving, disproving etc.

  • Relevance and Admissibility

Probably one of the most important discussions on Day1, we will talk about which facts are relevant and which aren’t, which you can use in court and which you cannot

  • Circumstantial Evidence

Discussion on what is circumstantial evidence, how you can win cases JUST by circumstantial evidence too, practical examples

  • Admission and Confession

Detailed Discussion on Admission and Confession, what the terms mean, how are they different, which admissions and confessions are admissible, and links with CrPC

  • Dying Declaration

Through important cases such as Nirbhaya and Unnao rape cases, learn what dying declaration is and all about its admissibility

  • Expert Opinions

Learn about the weight of Expert opinions, how they can make or break your case

  • Conduct and Character of Parties

Learn the relevance of the conduct and character of parties in evidence law, how it affects the cases in practice


  • Means of Proof

- The second day begins with discussions on the WAYS in which proof is established, i.e. ORAL EVIDENCE and DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE. Expect in depth explanation on the various kinds of documents that you really can use in practice, and the ones you cannot.

- Learn about Primary and Secondary evidence, what they mean, and what difference do the both make to your case.

- Exclusion of Oral Evidence where documentary evidence is present- learn with cases.

  • Examination

The most important segment of this workshop, learn the ART OF EXAMINATION- Chief and Cross!

  • Important Drafting

Learn how to draft Affidavits of Evidence in civil, arbitration and matrimonial matters, How to Lead Evidence in criminal matters and how to strategize framing of charges/issues and evidence thereafter, especially in Post COVID Times.

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FEE: INR  500/- only


Last day to register:

June 24, 2021


Date of workshop:

June 25-26, 2021 [Friday-Saturday]

5PM Onwards

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