Says Sarosh Zaiwalla, Senior Partner, Zaiwalla & Co. Solicitor. *An Excerpt from a piece in SuperLawyer
India has been trying to ease the tension with Pakistan through various steps, but Pakistan has retaliated each time with attacks such as the ones in Pathankot and Uri, as well as the mutilation of Indian soldiers, which have soured the environment for a constructive
“A Masters course should be approached like a research adventure for acquiring higher knowledge, rather than to acquire one more qualification for job prospects.” Says Murtaza Chherawala, Partner, CNS Juris *An Excerpt from a piece in SuperLawyer
“No senior will give you space to build your own career, whether you are sighted or blind. There are many lawyers who started their careers with seniors or law firms and ended their careers that way. It is very difficult to put yourself, when you
“You really need to read a lot, without reading this profession is nothing.” Says Mr. Chetan Anand, Advocate Delhi High Court.
“A Lawyer should have tremendous perseverance” Says Shikhar Kumar, Advocate – Delhi High Court *An excerpt from a piece in Lawyers Of India.
“An In-House counsel, unlike a law firm lawyer, has two masters, the Law and his CEO!” Says Vikram Koppikar, Senior Legal Manager, TCS, on being In-House Counsel,
“Over a period of time, they have written extraordinary judgments. If you compare the judgments of the Supreme Court over the last 50 years, you find some of these are quintessential pieces of learning. I would rate them as great pieces of prose, or great
Markandey Katju, former judge of the Supreme Court and former chairman, Press Council of India on Judiciary “My view is that the judiciary has collapsed, beyond redemption, whether it is the collegium system or the Judicial Appointment Commission or anything.” *an Excerpt from a piece
“Every lawyer dreams to become a constitutional expert” Says Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court, VIKAS SINGH *An excerpt from a piece in SuoerLawyer