Talwant Singh



Talwant Singh, District & Sessions Judge, Delhi (India)

Experience                  :           1. Practiced as an Advocate from Oct.                                                                                                      1986 to April, 2000.

2. Addl. District & Sessions Judge from May, 2000 to Nov. 2014.

3. District & Sessions Judge, Delhi from December, 2014.


  1. Actively involved in the execution of following projects:
  2. As Member-Judicial of E-Committee, conceptualizing, guiding and monitoring various components of the e-Courts Project of computerization of 14,249 Courts in India along-with training of about 15,000 Judicial Officers and 60,000 Court Staff.
  3. As Chairman of District Courts Website Committee & member of Central Computer Committee, undertook computerization of about 300 Courts in Delhi District in record time of 2 years and trained the Ld. Judges and about 6,000 staff members.
  4. As member of Software Development Team, involved in development, testing and implementation of District Courts Management Information System (DC-MIS) in collaboration with NIC, Ministry of IT, Government of India.
  5. Nodal Officer of India’s First Paperless E-Court in Delhi, operational since Feb. 2010.
  6. Digitization Project of about 15 Million pages of District Court Records.
  7. Trusted Digital Repository for Court Records Project by C-DAC, NOIDA.
  8. Developed & launched about one dozen Court Websites for Delhi Courts.

2. Delivered Lectures on Use of ICT in Courts and Cyber Law at:

  1. National Judicial Academy at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
  2. Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.
  3. Data Security Council of India Workshops for Law Enforcement Officials.
  4. NASSCOM Seminars on Cyber Security.
  5. CBI Academy, Ghaziabad.
  6. Judges Conference at Entebbe, Uganda
  7. Computer Society of India Seminars.
  8. 8. Cyber Society of India’s Workshops.
  9. 9. Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management, Gwalior.
  10. Western Command, Indian Navy, Mumbai on Cyber Crime & Precautions.

3. Participation in Conferences & Workshops:

  1. ICT in Delhi District Courts in Law via the Internet Conference at Port Vila, Vanuatu (South Pacific) in November, 2005.
  2. Presented Paper on Computerization of District Courts in Conflux-2005 Conference in Delhi.
  3. Panelist in DQ e-Gov Summit ’06 where National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) was finalized.
  4. Participated as Technical Expert in All Africa Conference of Judges at Arusha, Tanzania and presented a paper on the theme of Use of ICT in Commercial Courts in 2007.
  5. Presented Paper on Medico-Legal Informatics at All India Forensic Conference at Amritsar, Punjab in March, 2007.
  6. Presented a paper on Judicial E-Libraries at Annual Conference of International Association of Law Libraries held at Mumbai in Dec. 2007.
  7. Presented a paper on Cyber Law & Justice in Conference of SAARC Countries in New Delhi organized by IIT Allahabad in May,2008.
  8. Presented a paper on Cyber Security in Bangalore Cyber Security Summit in October, 2009.
  9. Made presentation on ICT Enabled Judiciary in CSI Conference in Delhi in Jan., 2010.
  10. Delivered Lecture on Legal Issues in Cyber Warfare in seminar in New Delhi- Aug., 2011.
  11. Delivered lecture on Electronic Evidence in Annual Meet of CSI, New Delhi in Dec.2011.
  12. Made presentation on Appreciation of Digital Evidence in CBI Training Academy in 2012.
  13. Made presentation on Safe Harbour for Mobile Service Providers in India in International Conference on Mobile Law at New Delhi in March, 2012.
  14. Presentation on Jurisdictional & Legal Issues in Combating Cyber Crimes in the workshop organized by Cyber Society of India, Chennai in June, 2013.
  15. Presentation of Appreciation of Digital Evidence in Sri Lankan Law at CBI Academy in 2014.
  16. Presentation on Cyber Crime & Precautions at Western Command, Indian Navy, Mumbai in 2015.

4. Countries visited to study use of Information Technology in Courts:

  1. Australia
  2. Singapore
  3. Vanuatu
  4. Kenya
  5. Malaysia
  6.  United Kingdom
  7. Tanzania
  8. Dubai
  9. Uganda

5. Books & Articles Published:

  1. District Courts Case Management Manual for Judges.
  2. District Courts User’s Manual for Lawyers & Litigants.
  3. Article on ICT in Delhi District Courts published in a book on Electronic Judicial Resource Management published by Macmillan India.
  4. Article on Cyber Law & Information Technology published in E-Journal of Delhi Courts
  5. India Chapter of World Cybercrime & Security Treatise published by Thomson Reuters.
  6. Paper on E-Courts: The Road to Justice published in ICT for Africa-2012.
  7. Article on Cyber War: The Next Threat to National Security.
  8. Article on E-Justice: The Road Map.
  9. Article on Recent Trends in Use of ICT in Courts.
  10. Article on Change Management in Judiciary.

 6. Life Memberships:

  1. Indian Law Institute, New Delhi
  2. Institute of Constitutional & Parliamentary Studies, New Delhi
  3. The Cyber Society of India, Chennai.
  4. The Internet Society (ISOC).
  5. 5. The Computer Society of India.