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Above The Law, executive editor Elie Mystal stumbled across this advertisement for what is appears to be NRI law firm Malik Law Chambers, based in Southall, UK, and was stumped by what to make of it.

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas won the Suresh and Bharati Shroff Memorial T20 Cricket League, which the firm had held in Delhi to commemorate 100 years since the founding of India’s former largest firm, Amarchand Mangaldas (AMSS).

And now for something completely different.“So, Arnab Goswami finally met his match?” Bangalore-based advocate KV Dhananjay told us earlier today on WhatsApp, adding:

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas (SAM) will hold the Suresh and Bharati Shroff Memorial T20 Cricket League in Siri Fort Ground Delhi from 4 February - 11 March 2018 to be played in 15 matches over six weekends, between eight teams, including seven law firms, according to a press release from the firm.

Khaitan & Co bested Economic Laws Practice (ELP) and won the ELP Masters Cup Cricket Tournament on 7 January after three days of competition with 15 other Indian law firms.

The inaugural match of the Sadgamya Cricket League, saw a team captained by an advocate beating a general counsel-captained team last weekend in Delhi.

, as wellEconomic Laws Practice (ELP) has won the eighth cricket ELP Masters Cup in Mumbai against AZB & Partners in the finals by 12 runs late yesterday.

The DSK winnersThe DSK winnersDSK Legal won against Economic Laws Practice (ELP) in the finals of the seventh ELP Masters Cricket Cup between Mumbai law firms, held on Sunday 22 February at the Police Gymkhana Cricket Ground.

CricketCricketA charity cricket match of Mumbai corporate lawyers versus bankers ended in clients disposing of their advisers with 177 runs against 81 on 31 January.

SILF cricket winnerSILF cricket winnerHammurabi Solomon, SS Rana and Karanjawala & Co won in each of the three finals of the Westlaw-Society of Indian Law Firms (SILF) Cricket League on Saturday at Delhi’s Hamdard University, coming out on top of 20 other law firm teams to take home trophies.

hcj4cshphcj4cshpWadia Ghandy won the top legal footballing trophy out of 24 Mumbai lawyer teams, defeating Kanga & Co in the finals, with newcomers MDP bagging the third-place shield.

Suffice it to say, if you are easily offended, irritated or simply a very serious person, lawyer or otherwise, please STOP READING NOW.

2ukuow4f2ukuow4f“Better late than never” will hopefully be apt and accepted here: Legally India is pleased to finally announce the talented, witty and insightful winners from more than 12 months of our rolling blogging competition. We know you’ll enjoy these fantastic reads!

RamJetRamJet Silicon Valley-based Q&A site Quora, which is popular in the California tech community that includes many Indians, non-resident or otherwise, has voted Ram Jethmalani as the world’s “most badass lawyer”.

After an unfortunate defeat in July, two Amarchand lawyers have now won the pre-quarterfinals of the same NDTV technology-themed quiz show convincingly.

The duo consisting of an associate and a senior associate of the firm wiped the quiz-show floor what seemed like two engineers KIIT Bhubaneshwar’s industrial institute.

Prepare for a couple of awful litigation puns from the host and some nail-biting gameplay set in the now familiar tunnel of mood lights, and prizes sponsored by a friendly neighbourhood gadget shop (prizes apparently upgraded this time from old-school Blackberry and iPod Shuffle to ear phones, an 8GB MP3 player and a low-end Taiwanese Android smartphone. [NDTV Goodtimes (22 minute video)]

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