Judicial reforms: Why lower courts should be the first in the line

By Shobhit Mathur, Co-Founder & Dean at Rashtram

Image Source: Vision India Foundation

The article was published in the IndiaSpend.com

Judicial delays are often understood to be due to a shortage of judges. But this is not the sole reason.

Shobhit Mathur, Executive Director VIF, and Ram Prasath, Research Intern VIF, show that lower courts can horizontally replicate best practices using the available resources and enhance their performance. Since 80% of the cases are pending in the lower courts, this is the fastest way to reform the judiciary.

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