IndusLaw promotes four of its women lawyers to partnership
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IndusLaw promotes four of its women lawyers to partnership

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IndusLaw has promoted four of its women lawyers to partnership in its Delhi and Bangalore offices.

The new partnership inductees are Jinni Sinha, Divya Varghese, Tanu Banerjee, and Anubha Sital.

Jinni, who works at the Delhi Corporate team, is a 2006 graduate of Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi, and specializes in mergers & acquisitions.

Divya is a 2008 graduate of Hidayatullah National Law University and specializes in venture capital & private equity.

Anubha is a 2009 graduate of Faculty of Law, University of Delhi and specializes in mergers & acquisitions and corporate & commercial.

Tanu is a 2008 graduate of Symbiosis Law School and specializes in corporate & commercial and media & entertainment law. She works out of the IndusLaw Bangalore office.

The firm has also made the following lawyers Principal Associates:

  • Soumya Kumar (Bangalore, Employment)
  • Shreya Suri (Delhi, Competition and Corporate & Commercial)
  • Ishwar Upneja (Delhi, Litigation & Dispute Resolution)
  • Pankhuri Bhardwaj (Delhi, Litigation & Dispute Resolution)

Additionally, the following lawyers have been made Senior Associates:

  • Niyati Bhatt (Delhi, Projects)
  • Shruti Barua (Delhi, Corporate)
  • Sabrina Afroze (Delhi, Projects)
  • Vaishnavi Rao (Delhi, Litigation & Dispute Resolution)
  • Nikita Hemmige (Bangalore, Corporate)
  • Anantha Krishnan (Bangalore, Corporate)
  • Ayshwarya Chandar (Bangalore, Litigation & Dispute Resolution)
  •  Anindita Ganguly (Mumbai, Corporate)
  • Pooja Dadoo (Mumbai, Corporate)

Commenting on the promotions in a press release, IndusLaw Senior Partner Suneeth Katarki said,

“One of the joys of building an institution is seeing people growand evolve personally and professionally. This year it’s particularly satisfying to see so many women climbing the ladder of professional growth and excellence.”

Senior Partner Avimukt Dar said,

“We are delighted to note that all the Partners, 75% of the Principal Associates and nearly 90% of the Senior Associates promoted this year across India are women. This is a great marker for the firm and the legal services industry overall.”

With these promotions, the firm now has 36 partners and over 120 associates across its four offices at Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai.
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