Category Archives: Interviews

Nalini Chidambaram, Senior Advocate

Being the wife of the Finance Minister of the country has not made any difference to the personality of Nalini Chidambaram. She is still the same as she used to be. Honest, Upright and always willing to give her best to the legal profession. Daughter

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Indu Malhotra, Senior Advocate

Having a backup of two earlier generations of legal professions, still Indu Malhotra had to start her career as any other young legal professional would do. It is her sheer hardwork and dedication towards the profession because of which she has been able to make

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Mukul Rohtagi, Senior Advocate

“I found that Government loses more than half of its cases in the Courts because the bureaucracy is not interested in pursuing these cases vigorously.” Q. What motivated you to take law as your profession? Was your father who was a leading lawyer and an

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Mahabir Singh, Senior Advocate

Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court with an affable temperament. Much liked by the Bar and the Bench. Always ready with a helping hand for the Juniors. Truly, a common man’s Senior Advocate. In Conversation with Akshara Sharma of LawZ on a pleasant winter afternoon

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Sarosh Zaiwalla ,Senior Advocate

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.

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Mr.Sriram Chakravarthi – Senior Director Singapore Academy of Law

The Singapore Academy of Law is the promotion and development agency for Singapore’s legal industry, with the vision of making Singapore the legal hub of Asia. The Academy aims to drive legal excellence through developing thought leadership, world class infrastructure and legal solutions. Its work

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Raju Ramachandran, Senior Advocate

One of the leading Senior Advocates in the Supreme Court, Raju Ramachandran always wanted to become a journalist, but he was destined to become a lawyer. Although he had no legal background, it was out of his sheer will power and dedication that he has