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Justice Mool Chand Garg
Former Judge at High Court of Delhi & Madhya Pradesh


Born on 10th June 1954, Justice Garg pursued his B.Com (Hons.) as well as LL.B. from Delhi University and later received a Diploma in Cyber Laws. He enrolled as an Advocate with the Bar Council of Delhi in 1978 and practised in the Delhi High Court and Subordinate Courts on the Civil, Criminal, Constitutional and Labour sides, to mention a few. In his illustrious career as an Advocate, he attained specialization in the field of Civil as well as Criminal Law. Subsequently, he was taken on the panel of Advocates of the Government of NCT of Delhi in the year 1985 to represent GNCTD in Delhi High Court and Central Administrative Tribunal and continued to work as such until his appointment to the Delhi Higher Judicial Service as an Additional District Judge in 1995.

During the said assignment, he worked as Matrimonial Judge, Additional Sessions Judge, Industrial Tribunal, Motor Accident Claims Tribunal and also as Additional Rent Controller in Karkardooma Courts as well as in Tis Hazari Courts. He was also appointed as Legal Adviser, NDMC (on deputation) from 2001 to 2003. Subsequently, he worked as Additional District Judge, Additional Rent Control Tribunal and Special Judge, CBI besides Judge-in-Charge, Mediation Centre at Tis Hazari Courts.

Even on Administrative side, he contributed a lot as Chairman of Building Maintenance Committee, Tis Hazari Courts, Chairman of Purchase Committee, Chairman of various Rule Making Committees and other work assigned by the District Judge. Later on, he was elevated to the Bench of Delhi High Court as an Additional Judge in 2008.

Justice Gar holds memberships of prestigious institutions and clubs like India International Centre, Delhi Gymkhana Club Ltd., INSOL India, India Habitat Centre and Rotary Club, and has been invited by various organizations like Indian Federation of United Nations Associations - New Delhi, National Judicial Academy - Bhopal, Delhi Judicial Academy, Bhartiya Vit Salahakar Parishad – New Delhi, The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, etc. for giving lectures on vital issues. He has also been invited to judge moot court competitions and to give lectures in various law colleges in Delhi such as Amity Law School, Jamia Millia Islamia University and Vivekananda Law College, Delhi. Furthermore, he has been the Guest of Honour in the Annual Function of Law Centre II, Delhi University for the year 2009.

Justice Garg was transferred to Madhya Pradesh High Court in 2011 and he retired in 2016.

Agenda Sessions

  • View from the Bench: Judicial Perspectives