Justice V Giri cites personal reasons for resigning from Kerala HC looks forward to practicing in SCNovember 4 2009
Justice V. Giri, a permanent judge of the Kerala High Court, resigned from his position on Monday. Justice Giri, an alumnus of ILS, Pune and one of the youngest judges in the Kerala High Court, was insistent that his reasons for resigning were purely personal, and that he "just felt practice was better at this time". Speaking to Bar & Bench, Justice Giri confirmed that he would now be practicing in the Supreme Court, since as a permanent judge, he cannot practice in the same court in which he served.
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