LawZ profiles herewith, Sarosh Zaiwalla who is credited with handling more than 12000 international cases relating to Energy, Maritime and Construction. There is no doubt, that he is one of the most discussed solicitors of Indian origin in UK today. His firm Zaiwalla & Co.
“I have got a rule of professional conduct that no lawyer should choose to defend a client on the ground that other people believe him to be innocent, or that you don’t believe him to be innocent, or that the defense will bring you unpopularity.”
“Justice delayed is justice denied, that’s one aspect of fast track courts, but equally justice hurried is justice buried. You have to draw up a reasonable mean between the two.” *Excerpt from a piece in The Wall Street Journal
“I strongly feel that one can only achieve something by investing time and this profession requires dedication in formative years at law school, which can be best used for development of these skills including research, basics of drafting, presentations, debating etc.” Manisha Karia, Advocate on
Constitutional democracy does not necessarily result in Constitutional liberalism: Justice Chandrachud
“Liberalism demands acceptance of our human differences and the ability to mediate them through democratic institutions. It demands acceptance of multiple, perhaps incompatible truths. Please remember that constitutional democracy does not necessarily result in constitutional liberalism. Democracy is all about the accumulation of power, majoritarian
‘In India, you can’t even dream of equal justice. Not at all’ Says Senior Advocate, Indira Jaising. *An Excerpt from a piece in The Guardian.
The French government and the Calais region are to furnish water and sanitation to migrants in the area, France’s highest administrative court, the Conseil D’Etat ruled Monday. The county has said that it will also open two new reception centers about an hour from Calais in Bailleul and
“I always believed that gender diversity must find place in the superior judiciary. Of the appointments, I made in the SC, I got Justice [R.] Banumathi. But the problem is the sufficient pool is not available from which the women can be brought in.” *An
“The unfortunate part is that be it female judges, lawyers or court staffers, everyone is vulnerable of being violated and yet there are no real preventive mechanisms in place.” Says Pinky Anand, The Second Woman to Become Additional Solicitor General Of India *An Excerpt from
Vikramjit Sen, retired Supreme Court judge on Need of Law in India. *an Excerpt from a piece in The Indian Express.