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AZB Delhi promotes 5 ‘good human beings’ to partner from Nalsar, NUJS, Symbi, NLU-J, DU

AZB & Partners has promoted five senior associates to Delhi partner.

The new partners are:

  • Aditya Singh Chandel (Nalsar Hyderabad 2005, tax, began career as a judicial clerk at Supreme Court, joined AZB in 2009 from KPMG)
  • Agnik Bhattacharyya (NUJS Kolkata 2006, capital markets, started career at AZB, moved to Amarchand in 2008, returned to AZB in 2014)
  • Anindita Roy Chowdhury (Symbiosis Law School 2006, litigation, started career at Paras Kuhad Associates, moved to DSK, then AZB in 2012)
  • Heena Singh (NLU Jodhpur 2007, M&A, started career at AZB)
  • Roopali Singh (Delhi University, 2004, litigation, began career at Dua Associates, joined AZB in 2013)

AZB managing partner Ajay Bahl wrote in a press release statement: “All of them have been with us for a while and exemplify the core values at AZB. They imbibe excellence at work, understand the importance of client commitment and humility in conduct. They are great professionals and good human beings.”

He added:

Roopali Singh and Anindita Roy Chowdhury’s elevation from our litigation team, with their vast and diverse experience, are reflective of the importance and focus we give to our litigation practices.

Heena Singh represents the continuing focus on our M&A, private equity and corporate advisory practices.

Agnik Bhattacharyya has been outstanding in our Capital Markets Team and Aditya Singh Chandel has been invaluable to our Tax practice.

AZB Delhi has suffered a double blow in its litigation practice recently, with Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas poaching senior litigation partner Percy Billimoria and litigation partner Sidhartha Barua and both their teams, after AZB Mumbai poached five partners from CAM’s Mumbai corporate and competition law practice.

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