As part of its re-branding process, Link Legal India Law Services unveiled its new logo during a virtual event held yesterday..The firm also announced its move to a larger office in New Delhi..The event also featured discussions on pressing topics of the times. Veteran academician Prof Upendra Baxi spoke on Public Interest Litigation (PIL) and judicial overreach, whereas former Supreme Court judge, Justice Deepak Gupta spoke on the issues associated with tribunalisation..During the welcome address, Managing Partner Atul Sharma said,"What started as a small outfit of four lawyers is today regarded as being among India’s largest and most well-respected law firms.The re-branding exercise is a manifestation of our philosophy of changing with change.".Expressing the firm's vision to encourage diversity, Partner Anand Srivastava said,"We are trying to achieve at least 50 per cent ratio of men to women lawyers in the next two years.".Explaining the rationale behind the re-branding exercise, the firm stated in a press release,"While retaining its core values, the firm with time and is acquiring a new identity which is dynamic, progressive, modern and innovative. The new 'forward leaning' logo is a reaffirmation of the 'client first' approach which has been our raison d'etre ever since the firm was founded over two decades ago. Our new logo showcases this modern identity and reflects our vision for the future of an evolving and leading full-service law firm."