Biz Integration is pleased to present, India Legal Summit 2016-Aligning Litigation Strategy With Business Strategy. The objective of the summit is to share ideas on India’s tax regime, the legal framework of India, and provide strategies on efficiently managing litigation as a business process. Continue reading
By Sandhya Shyamsundar, WBNUJS, Kolkata.
On reading the biography ‘Cornelia Sorabjee: India’s Pioneer Woman Lawyer‘, one is bound to fall in love with Suparna Gooptu’s take on the legal luminary Cornelia Sorabji who was the first woman to study law in Oxford and, India’s second woman advocate.
Cornelia, though being a pioneer in multiple ways at a time when the colonial professional world was marked by a strong racial and gender bias, failed to occupy the centre stage in colonial India, either as a professional, or in politics, or even in social reform. The book analyzes the political, social and cultural milieu in which she spent her childhood and youth, charts out the implications of her birth in an Indian Christian family, examines the circumstances that made her the first Indian woman to study law, documents her experience in the legal profession and colonial bureaucracy, and understands why and with what consequences she remained a firm loyalist of the British Empire and a critic of mainstream Indian nationalist politics. The author succeeds in doing so Continue reading
By Vartika Aggarwal, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies.
Disputes and litigation have increased to such an extent in India that they have overburdened the Indian Judiciary. Courts have to struggle hard to cover the backlog of cases but the backlog keeps on increasing on a daily basis. Many of such disputes can be either avoided or they can be resolved through negotiation. Continue reading
Win Law Group is a multi-disciplinary law firm having its offices at Mumbai and New Delhi.
Its core areas of practice are Corporate laws, Intellectual Property laws and Litigation. Continue reading
By Neelanjana Paul, KLE Society’s Law College, Bangalore.
Now, a law degree and enrollment with respective state Bar Councils will not be enough to be a practising lawyer. Wary of the tendency of law graduates to switch careers after being enrolled, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has introduced a new rule mandating a certificate of practice for advocates. Continue reading
Interviewer: Damini Bisht, Campus Ambassador, LexQuest.
Name: Azka Sheikh Kalia
College/University and Year: Delhi Metropolitan Education/Guru Gobindh Singh Indraprastha University 2nd Year
Organization where/Advocate with whom you interned: Sanjay Aggarwal and Associates.
City and State: Delhi Continue reading
About: Mr. K. K. Venugopal is a senior advocate of Supreme Court of India and a constitutional lawyer. He has appeared in many high-profile cases. He was conferred Padma Bhushan award by Government of India. Continue reading