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PSA has recently promoted Dhruv Suri to partnership and the firm has also hired Dua Associates Manager Varun Kalsi as a partner.
PSA Managing Partner, Priti Suri commented,
“Both our newest partners serve to reinforce our ideals that the Firm recognises and values quality, and will always have an open door for talented, passionate lawyers who care about the practice of law as much as we do. At the same time, we nurture and train all our associates in the hope that they will someday take on the mantle of leadership within the Firm and, in turn, train another generation of young lawyers in their stead.
It is heartening that both these lawyers have tread different paths but have in common the training they received at PSA at an impressionable stage of their respective careers. Both the new Partners will add and strengthen the Firm’s multi-dimensional, full-service practice which operates out of New Delhi and Chennai office locations.”
Dhruv has been with PSA since he graduated from law school and re-joined the firm after taking a break to do an LL.M. from Columbia University. Dhruv also co-heads the practice group that advises start-ups and investors, both financial and strategic, across a diverse range of sectors.
“Having been a part of PSA for close to a decade now, I am deeply gratified by the belief the Firm has shown in me, while recognising the added responsibility and opportunity partnership brings.
PSA values the faith our clients repose in our ability to provide them with solutions across the corporate commercial sphere, and we will always pay them back for their belief by continuing with our efforts of producing the highest quality of work. I am glad that we now also have Varun to help us take this mission forward.”
Kalsi is a graduate of Amity Law School, followed by an LLM in Corporate Law from New York University. He had been working with Dua Associates for the past decade, prior to which he had also trained with PSA.
“I am excited to be joining PSA. Ms. Suri’s reputation precedes her; I have known her for a long time and have always had the utmost respect for the consistent dedication she has shown in over 30 years of her career.
She has been one of the torch-bearers of corporate practice as it exists in the country, and it is a privilege to return and contribute to the Firm that she has grown over these years.”