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Five Additional Judges Sworn-in as Permanent Judges of Kerala High Court

Five Additional Judges Sworn-in as Permanent Judges of Kerala High Court

Justice Conrad Stansilaus Dias, Justice Pulleri Vadhyarillath Kunhikrishnan, Justice Thirumuppath Raghavan Ravi, Justice Bechu Kurian Thomas, and Justice Gopinath Puzhankara have been sworn in as permanent justices of the Kerala High Court by Chief Justice Justice S Manikumar.

Justices CS Dias, PV Kunhikrishnan, TR Ravi, Bechu Kurian Thomas, and Gopinath P. were appointed as permanent judges of the Kerala High Court by the Central Government on Tuesday (May 25,2021).

Justice CS Dias was admitted to the bar in Kerala in 1993 and practised law there. He worked for the Ministry of Railways as Central Government Counsel, the Central Government Notary Public, and the Indian Oil Corporation as Standing Counsel. With effect from November 18, 2019, he was appointed as an Additional Judge of the Kerala High Court for a two-year term.

In December 1989, Justice PV Kunhikrishnan became an Advocate. He was a Standing Counsel for the Kerala State Electricity Board, the State Cashew Development Corporation, the Kozhikode Corporation, and the Kozhikode District Co-operative Bank. With effect from February 13, 2020, he was appointed as an Additional Judge of the Kerala High Court for a two-year term.

Justice TR Ravi was admitted to the bar in 1989. He worked as a Standing Counsel for the Kerala State Government and other organisations at the High Court of Kerala. He was appointed as an Additional Judge of the Kerala High Court for a two-year term beginning March 6, 2020.

In 1992, Justice Bechu Kurian Thomas became an Advocate. He was Kerala University's Standing Counsel. With effect from March 6, 2020, he was appointed as an Additional Judge of the Kerala High Court for a two-year term.

Justice Gopinath P was admitted to the bar in 1996. In December 2018, the Kerala High Court appointed him as a Senior Advocate. He worked as a Senior Standing Counsel for the Central Board of Excise and Customs and as a Central Government Standing Counsel in the High Court of Kerala (CBEC). He was appointed as an Additional Judge of the Kerala High Court for a two-year term beginning March 6, 2020.

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