Litigation and Court Pleadings
You may engage me as a litigation counsel either directly, through your internal legal department, or through your attorney; alternatively, you may engage me as a litigation counsel cum attorney. However, you may not engage me solely as an attorney as I don’t render that service. My areas of focus are Human Rights cases and Writs/PILs, which would generally be involving any of the following areas of law: Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Election Law, Public Law, Environmental Law, Criminal Law, Tort Law, Consumer Protection Law, RTI Law, etc. Though I have been practicing in both the District Courts and the Delhi High Court, but, in the future, I shall be focussing my practice in the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court of India.
I render legal consulting, including written advice, to private clients in the areas of Public Law (including Constitutional and Administrative Law), Human Rights Law (including Criminal Law), and Property Law (including Law of Succession). I also represent clients in out-of-court negotiated settlements. The clients would generally include HNIs, Business Entrepreneurs, Social Entrepreneurs, and Media Entrepreneurs. Free service is rendered to BPL/EWS clients.
Fee: Fixed and billed at Rs 8,000/hr.
I don’t undertake conveyancing jobs.
At present, I am not engaged in professional legal writing. However, I do intend to start it soon. Propositions are welcomed.
Lecturing, Publishing and Broadcasting
I am not engaged in professional lecturing, opinion publishing and broadcasting. I express and publish my opinions through my blogs and self-published e-books and am amenable to non-professional lecturing, publishing and broadcasting of my opinions on other platforms as well subject to this blog entry. Requests are welcomed.
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