Ethics in the Profession: The Spine of a Litigator

By |2020-08-24T11:51:02+05:30August 24th, 2020|Access to Justice, Judicial Ethics, NALSAR Alumni, Professional Ethics, Young Lawyers|

Editor’s Note: Against the backdrop of the Prashant Bhushan contempt case, Talha Abdul Rahman* asserts that lawyers are ambassadors of rule of law and should courageously point out any wrongdoing or arbitrariness in the conduct of those in authority. A career in litigation is fraught with fresh challenges every day. Lawyers are humiliated by judges [...]

COVID-19 and Indian Courts: The “New Normal” for the Advocates

By |2020-07-26T10:51:45+05:30July 26th, 2020|Access to Justice, Adjudication and Judicial Process, Judicial Administration, Litigation Practice, NALSAR Alumni|

Editor’s Note: In this post, Roshan Santhalia* writes about the negative and positive implications of the Covid-19 pandemic on advocates in India. The unprecedented pandemic has affected almost everyone across the World. It would be difficult to find a particular set of people or an industry which has not been severely affected by the pandemic. [...]

Fifth Judges’ Case: Parliamentary Prerogative Over Removal Proceedings

By |2019-08-17T22:14:02+05:30August 17th, 2019|Constitution of India, Judicial Administration, Judicial Ethics, NALSAR Alumni, Professional Ethics, Supreme Court of India|

Editor's note - In this piece Shreenath Khemka writes about the imminence of a fifth Judges' case. With the CJI recommending the initiation of removal proceedings against Justice S.N. Shukla, the Judiciary's control over its composition can be seen to be extending to the removal of its officers too. While the four Judges' case gave [...]

Litigation and Arbitral Practice | Anirudh Krishnan

By |2018-01-26T14:36:41+05:30January 23rd, 2018|Arbitration, Commercial Litigation, Guest Speaker Series, High Court of Madras, NALSAR Alumni|

Mr. Anirudh Krishnan, Founder Partner of AK Law Chambers, who graduated from NALSAR and Oxford, has a rich experience in commercial and public law litigation, arbitration and corporate advisory work of the firm. He was appointed as a consultant to the Law Commission of India for the Report of Arbitration (2013-14), receiving special appreciation, besides [...]