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AZB first to promo post-COVID: 6 new partners in Delhi, 1 in Mumbai • 6 get nod to counsel

New AZB partners: Handa, Singh, Jalan, Ajmani, Bahl, Maini, Sawhney (l. to r.)
New AZB partners: Handa, Singh, Jalan, Ajmani, Bahl, Maini, Sawhney (l. to r.)

AZB & Partners has promoted seven to partner in Mumbai in Delhi, with the latter making up the majority of promotions.

The Mumbai and Delhi partnerships have also promoted six to the counsel rung.

New Mumbai partners

  • Ishan Handa (Banking & Finance)

New Delhi partners

  • Abhyudai Singh (General Corporate)
  • Aditya Vikram Jalan (Dispute Resolution)
  • Harpreet Singh Ajmani (Direct Tax Litigation)
  • Nikhil Bahl (General Corporate)
  • Parag Maini (Real Estate – Litigation & Banking - Litigation)
  • Siddharth Sawhney (General Corporate)

Counsel promotions

New AZB counsel from left to right, as listed below
New AZB counsel from left to right, as listed below

New Mumbai counsel

  • Priyanka Shetty (Dispute Resolution)
  • Vivek Shetty (Dispute Resolution)

Delhi counsel

  • Abhimanyu Chopra (Dispute Resolution)
  • Harsh Kabra (General Corporate)
  • Punita Gupta (General Corporate)
  • Vatsala Rai (Dispute Resolution)

In April 2019, AZB had announced 15 joint promotions of its Delhi and Mumbai partnerships: Mumbai had promoted 5 plus one partner in its affiliated Pune office, while Delhi had promoted 10.

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