#Promotions: Shardul Amarchand makes 11 Partners crosses 100 partners mark

#Promotions: Shardul Amarchand makes 11 Partners crosses 100 partners mark

Pallavi Saluja

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas has today announced its annual partner promotions. The firm has made 11 partners, taking its total partner count to over 100.

The new partners are:

  1. Aashish Gupta (Dispute Resolution)
  2. Aayush Kapoor (Corporate – Amity – 2007)
  3. Abhinav Bhalaik (Corporate – Mumbai)
  4. Rishab Gupta (Dispute Resolution)
  5. Shahana Chatterji (Policy – University of Warwick – 2007)
  6. Shubhangi Garg (Banking & Finance)
  7. Siddhartha Sen (Projects – NLSIU – 2007)
  8. Soummo Biswas (Banking & Finance – NUJS – 2008)
  9. Sunando Mukherjee (Corporate – Gurugram)
  10. Varun Sehgal (Corporate – Gurugram)
  11. Vishaka Prasad (Projects – NUJS – 2008)

Shardul Shroff, Executive Chairman of Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas commented,

I feel very proud that the Firm has achieved its strategic goal of growing to more than 100 partners in our centenary year. We continue to be focused on quality and fostering a relationship of trust with our stakeholders.

Managing Partner Pallavi Shroff said,

This round of elevations is a recognition of the Firm’s young and talented achievers. We continue to invest in our people to become a stronger, more dynamic and successful institution. I wish immense success to our new partners in this exciting phase of their careers and entrust them to continue to make us proud.

Managing Partner Akshay Chudasama was quoted as saying,

“Following these partner admissions, the Firm’s Mumbai office now has more than 30 partners and 120 fee earners, across practices, which is a remarkable achievement in less than 3 years. I am confident that the new partners will continue to enhance the Firm’s reputation with their hard work and intellectual prowess.”

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas becomes the third Indian law firm to have more than 100 Partners. The other two firms are Khaitan & Co and Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas.

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