[First Day)
Training commenced from 15th to 26th April 2019 (both days inclusive) is underway with zeal and zest.
(Monday, the 15th April, 2019)
Morning session began with recitation from Holy Quran. National Anthem was played. Mr. Muhammad Bashir, DG, KPJA, in his inaugural address, welcomed the participants. 37 lawyers from all over the province are taking part in it.
Mr. Zulfiqar Khan gave extensive talk on ICTs in relation to court proceedings. He made the trainees understand about use of tools and techniques being used worldwide in various justice sector organization.
Dr. Muneeb-ur-Rehman Khattak delivered lecture on Forensic Science and its significance in relation to justice through science. He interacted with them on numerous issues being faced by lawyers in relation to reports of FSL in court proceedings.
Dr. Shakeel Azam Awan, Dean Faculty  shared his experience and knowledge with the participants on ''Concept of Advocacy: Socio-economic perspective". He traced out the genesis of Advocacy from life of Holy Prophet (SallAllah-o-Allaihai-Wassalum) till present time. He take about socio-economic dimensions of this noble profession. He highlighted the basis ethical values the society expects of a lawyer. 
[2nd Day)
TUESDAY, the 16th of April, 2019
Mr. Jehanzeb Shinwari, learned D&SJ gave extensive talk on "CONSUMERS LAWS". He highlighted importance of this law, its application, jurisdiction of Consumer Courts, its role in relation to society, appeals etc. He covered all important aspects of Consumer Law to enlighten the trainees about the socio-legal impact of the law in relation to administration of justice.
Mr. Naveed Ahmad Khan (D&SJ)/ Judge, Accountability Court, Peshawar lectured on Lands Laws with special reference to settlement, preparation of Jamabandi (periodical record-of-rights) and role thereof in administration of justice. He highlighted in detail law relating to encroachment vis-a-vis demarcation of agricultural land. He further gave extensive talk on partition proceedings of agricultural land. He spoke on jurisdictional aspects of Civil Courts and Revenue Officers.
[3rd Day)
Three experts lectured today on three distinct disciplines of law.
Mr. Sultan Ahmad Tarin (DSJ)/Draftsman, Peshawar High Court gave detailed talk on "Common Errors & Mistakes in Pleadings" by referring to Order VI, VII & VIII of Civil Procedure Code 1908 and relevant case law on the subject. It was an interactive session.
Barrister Mr. Faisal Khan Toru, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan delivered extensive lecture on Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR). He traced out the history of ADR (Negotiation, Conciliation & Mediation). He dilated upon figuring out a functional and workable model of ADR System to deal with litigation in order to curtail delay in disposal of cases and to make it convenient for people to get justice without going into routine litigation, of course, via courts. The participants took keen interest in learning the concept by interaction in QAs Session. It was highly interactive session.
Mr. Justice (Rtd.) Abdul Latif, currently Chairman Environmental Tribunal, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa gave very extensive talk on "Orientation of Land Acquisition Law". He highlighted various provisions of Land Acquisition Act 1894 in the light of jurisprudence developed through case law. He dealt with concept of acquisition of land and clarified through cogent examples and case law the difference between what is market value and what is compensation for acquisition of land. The lecture was a food for thought. Participants took special interest in learning the law.


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