•  •  Dark Mode

Your Interests & Preferences

I am a...

law firm lawyer
in-house company lawyer
litigation lawyer
law student
aspiring student
other

Website Look & Feel

 •  •  Dark Mode
Blog Layout

Save preferences
Editor's picks
2019-20 FY Deals Feed
Processing FY 2019-20 league table submissions
LI Topical: Latest Posts
Law Firms 2 days ago
Can foreign nationals of Indian origin be 'Advocates'?
Hello, I would like to know whether an OCI (born a US National, obtained an OCI before per...
Law School 4 July 2020
How easy is it to crack the NLU Delhi AILET in the general cateogry?
sonal_cho i agree, NLU Delhi needs to rethink the approach of proctored exam and CLAT need...
Law School 4 July 2020
If NEET/JEE can't happen until September, how will CLAT do in August??
JEE has been postponed to 27 September, NEET to 1-6 September, how can CLAT think it can h...
Law Firm League Tables 
Financial Year (March-end)

LI's live corporate league tables have currently captured 1151 deals for the Financial Year (March-end). More are being added daily, and all firms can participate for free.
Click here to explore the full domestic and foreign firm league tables and to complete submissions, or click through to the firms below to see more detailed breakdowns of deals activity.

In-house counsel and GCs  
Most popular articles 
    Latest comments 
    Mrinal Satish to return to NLU Delhi from DJA (but not as VC), as searchers to convene next month • 1 NLS grad in running
    India Today/Outlook law school rankings 2010: NLIU gains, NUJS drops most
    Women in Indian law firms: In a growing minority
    SAMMY BOY28 November 2019
    A&O, Links, TTA, Khaitan act on $145.6m Laureate Education sale of India biz to Dutch player
    Antares acts for experience discovery platform Woovly on pre-Series A of $2.5m
    NLU Delhi students publish wishlist for new VC: Should tick usual boxes, ‘foster trust’ with student body
    InLegal 50: The Legally India Corporate Dealmakers of the Year 2018-19
    Opinion: Towards a Common Law Accessibility Test (and why CLAT’s test pattern reforms are a terrible idea)
    CLAT 2020: Up to 40% fewer questions for less ‘mental stress’ • Patterns rejigged • VCs vow to up scholarships, faculty training
     Load Older Comments