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Bangalore’s first Legally Social & Bombay’s fifth on 29 & 26 April. Sign up now!

Mumbai's fifth Legally Social is hitting a new and awesome bar in Lower Parel on Friday 26 April; three days later, on Monday 29 April, Bangalore will play host to its very first Legally India mixer for social lawyers.

Come find out what all the fuss has been about (140+ lawyers socialised in Delhi last month)


The aim, as every time, will be to celebrate lawyers who are social under our egalitarian banner.

For the uninitiated:

  • The first rule of Legally Social is: Everyone is equal at Legally Social. Please address each other by first names only if you can.
  • Second rule: Leave allegiances and competition at the door.
  • Third rule: What happens at Legally Social stays at Legally Social - Chatham House Rule applies for all.


All practising lawyers and professionals, whether at courts, private practice or in-house are welcome (no students, we're afraid). LI's editorial team will also be out in full force to share the fun and maybe some gossip not fit for print too.



26 April from 7pm till late (130am, and afterparties likely)

Please book your place now as numbers are limited.


Our Mumbai venue this time is a beautiful new bar and microbrewery called Barking Deer, right opposite Blue Frog's entrance in Lower Parel's Mathuradas Mill Compound.

And while they are not yet allowed to brew micro, they are offering all guestlisted social lawyers 30% off their fantastic selection of beers, wines, spirits and food.

(And for those who get out of the office early before 8pm, there are buy two, get one drink free happy hours).


Spaces are limited and we need to get a good idea of numbers ASAP, so please book your place below.

Pay what you like, from Rs 101 to, well, whatever you like in order to support Legally India and legal journalism. Click here to find out more details...



Monday 29th April from 6:30pm till 11:30pm

Please book your place now below so we can confirm numbers and reserve admittance for you and your kin - places are limited.


Our Bangalore hosts is the highly praised and popular Tex-Mex bar and restaurant Habanero on 12th Main in Indiranagar.


Habanero have kindly opened the door to all guestlisted social lawyers with buy-one-get-one-free on all domestic drinks / cocktails, and 15% off imported liquors and drinks and your food bill.


Spaces are limited and need to conserve numbers, so please sign up to the guestlist now so you don’t miss out

Pay what you like, from Rs 101 to, well, whatever you like in order to support Legally India and legal journalism. Click here to find out more details...

15% of proceeds go to the awesome Pratham Books charity, which aims to put a book into the hand of every child (see more below).

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 26th in Mumbai and on Monday 29th in Bangalore. Please feel free to ask questions in the comments below.

Best wishes,
Team LI

15% of Legally Social proceeds go to Pratham Books, a Bangalore-based not-for-profit publisher whose awe-inspiring mission is to put a book into every child's hand. Former lawyer Gautam John (tweeting at @gkjohn) is part of Pratham Books advisory board.

Please visit http://prathambooks.org/ for more information.

"Till date, Pratham Books has published over 215 titles in English and 10 other Indian languages. That's over 1500 books, most of which are priced below Rs 25. We have printed over 8.5 million books, over 10 million story cards and have a readership of nearly 25 million. Our vision is to reach 200 million children in India, and we hope to someday put 'a book in every child's hand'."

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