Category Archives: Interviews

‘Judiciary not untouched by corruption’

 Justice P. Sathasivam, says that  When we take the oath as judge, we swear to be fair and impartial in all our judicial functions. However, on some occasions in the past, few judges have wilfully dishonoured the oath by adopting to corrupt practices. *Except from

‘Casteism a reality in the judiciary’

Prashant Bhushan, Supreme Court Advocate in an Interview with by AKSHAY DESHMANE for FRONTLINE on Karnan’s allegations on casteism within the judiciary exaggerated or was there some truth to them? Karnan’s allegations concerning caste were totally bogus and reckless. Karnan was a reckless judge. He should

K.T.S Tulsi, Senior Advocate

“In this profession a person even as a beginner, can say in the Court “I am sorry My Lords that is not correct”. What inspired you to take up law as your profession? During my college days, I was a debater and participated in every

A. N.Haksar, Senior Advocate

Anant  Narain Haksar, an alumni of Doon School Dehra Dun, graduated from St. Xavier’s College, Calcutta University in Economics in the year 1971. He then went on to London School of Economics where he obtained a Second Degree in Economics in year 1975. He enrolled

C.S. Vaidyanathan, Senior Advocate

After completing law at the age of nineteen and a half years, Mr.Vaidyanathan could not enroll himself as a lawyer, as the required age for enrollment with the bar was twenty years or above. Therefore, he joined a masters course in Law and Social Work.