Justice Vinod Chatterji Kul was born in the village of Wappoo, formerly Anantnag County, now Kulgam District. He attended Srandoo Government School and Kanipora Government School and Govt. Mr. Secondary School in Anantnag. He graduated (B.Sc) from Govt. Degree College in Anantnag and LL.B. from the University of Kashmir in Srinagar in 1989. He emigrated with his parents and siblings to Jammu in January 1990 due to the riots in Kashmir. He was registered as an advocate with the J&K Bar Council in 1990 and began practising at the J&K High Court with Senior Solicitor Sh. Jaswant Singh Kotwal. He passed the KCS (judicial) exam of 1993 and obtained the first place. He joined Munsiff in 1995 and initially worked as a mobile district magistrate (traffic) in Udhampur. He was promoted to Deputy Judge in 1997 and appointed Deputy Judge (Magistrate of Electricity) in Batote.
He was appointed Chief Railway Judge in Jammu. Er diente als Sub Judge, Bhaderwah, Sub Judge Ramban, Municipal Magistrate, Jammu, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Udhampur. Er wurde auch als Deputy Registrar, High Court of J & K eingesetzt, von wo er im Jahr 2007 zum District and Sessions Judge befördert und als Addl. District & Sessions Judge, Kathua, eingesetzt wurde. Als Bezirks- und Sitzungsrichter war er an verschiedenen Gerichten tätig. Er diente als Addl. District and Session Judge, Kathua, 2nd District and Additional Session Judge, Jammu, Addl. District and Session Judge, Udhampur, Senior District and Session Judge, Anantnag, District and Session Senior Judge, Kathua, Special Anti-Corruption Judge (CBI Cases), Jammu. Er war auch als Registrar Vigilance, High Court of J&K und Principal District & Sessions Judge, Jammu tätig. Finally, he was appointed President of the Sales Tax Appeals Tribunal, J&K, from which he was appointed as a permanent judge of the Common High Court for the Union Territory of J&K and the Union Territory of Ladakh.
K.13021/02/2019-US.II of 03.04.2020 of the Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India and was sworn in on 7 April 2020. PB Varale, Justice of the Supreme Court of Mumbai, has been appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Karnataka, while Justice Pankaj Mithal, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of J&K and Ladakh since December 2020, has been appointed as the new Chief Justice of Rajasthan. In August 2018, the Supreme Court received its first and second female judges, with Justice Sindhu Sharma appointed as a judge and Justice Gita Mittal appointed as Chief Justice. [ref. needed] Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey of the Supreme Court of Jammu and Kashmir was appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on Tuesday following an order from Indian President Droupadi Murmu. The Acting Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir, Justice Pankaj Mithal, was transferred to the High Court of Rajasthan in the same capacity. Justice Magrey is currently the longest-serving judge of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The Ministry of Justice of the Ministry of Justice issued this afternoon notifications concerning the two investigations and a transfer.
Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju tweeted today about recent judicial appointments. Similarly, Justice Prasann Bhalachandra Varale was appointed Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court of the Mumbai High Court. “In exercising the powers conferred by Article 217(1) of the Constitution of India, the President is pleased to appoint Justice Ali Mohd Magrey, Justice of the Supreme Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, effective from the date of his taking office,” Rajinder Kashyap said in a statement. the Deputy Secretary of the Government of India. “In accordance with the constitutional provisions, Justice Pankaj Mithal will be transferred to Rajasthan as Chief Justice of Rajasthan HC, Justice PB Varale will be appointed Chief Justice of Karnataka HC and Justice AM Magrey will be appointed Chief Justice of J&K & Ladakh HC.” The Supreme Court College issued these recommendations late last month. Similarly, in the exercise of the powers conferred by Article 222(1) of the Constitution of India, the President, after consultation with the Chief Justice of India, ordered the transfer of Justice Pankaj Mithal to the Chief Justice of Rajasthan. Justice Mithal has been ordered to take over the post of Chief Justice of Rajasthan, it is written in a separate communication. At a ceremony at the Kashmir International Convention Centre in Srinagar, Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey was sworn in as Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
Justice Magray`s elevation to Chief Justice of J&K and Ladakh follows the transfer of Justice Pankaj Mithal to the Supreme Court of Rajasthan. J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha was sworn in by Justice Ali Mohammad Magray in Srinagar on Thursday as the new Chief Justice of the Joint Supreme Court for the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and the Union Territory of Ladakh. The High Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh is the common High Court for the Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. It was established on 26 March 1928 by the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir as the Supreme Court of Jammu and Kashmir. The seat of the court alternates between the summer capital Srinagar and the winter capital Jammu. The Court has 17 sanctioned judges, of whom 13 are permanent judges and 4 additional judges.   As of 4 January 2021, the Presiding Judge of the Court is the Honourable Justice Shri Pankaj Mithal.  While Supreme Court justices were elected until the age of 65. Supreme Court justices retire at age 62. In September 2009, he was appointed Senior Assistant General Counsel.
In March 2013, he became a permanent judge of the J&K High Court. He also served as Executive Chairman of the J&K Legal Services Authority. The developments come after the unity government on Tuesday announced the appointment of three new chief justices to various supreme courts on the recommendation of the Supreme Court College. Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey was born on 8 December 1960 in the village of Wattoo, Tehsil Damhal Hanjipora, Kulgam district, Kashmir. received a formal education in the village of origin; graduate and LL.B (Hon`s) from the University of Kashmir; was registered as a lawyer in 1984 and began practicing law in district courts, including tax courts; At the same time, he began to conduct cases before the High Court. He remained a permanent adviser to the State Finance Corporation from 1986; Jammu & Kashmir Bank and SIDCO; Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences; Department of Energy Development; Services Audit Commission; Jammu and Kashmir Council of Wakf; was appointed Deputy General Counsel in February. K.13021/01/2012-US.II of 7 March 2013 and was sworn in on 8 March 2013.             Appointment to the position of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh pursuant to Opinion No. K.13021/01/2022-US.II dated 11 October 2022 and the Oath of Office on 13 October 2022. Justice AM Magrey, sitting Justice of the Supreme Court of J&K and Ladakh, has been appointed as the new Chief Justice. Justice Pankaj Mithal was appointed as the last Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on 4 January 2021.
 The Supreme Judicial College, headed by the Chief Justice of India, Uday Umesh Lalit, passed the resolution on September 28 recommending eight cases of transfers and appointments, of which the government has so far acquitted only three.