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IndusLaw hires first CEO: Jayanarayanan NR to join from Link Legal to streamline ‘rapid growth aspirations’

Jay NR joins Indus as CEO
Jay NR joins Indus as CEO

Link Legal India Law Services’ former chief executive officer (CEO) Jayanarayanan NR, who had left earlier this month to relocate to Mumbai, has joined IndusLaw as CEO according to authoritative sources.

He had joined Link Legal from Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas in 2016, where he had worked from 2010.

He had previously worked at Deutsche Bank, Tech Mahindra, Syntel and GE between 2002 and 2010 and holds a Bachelor of Science, a BTech, an MBA and a Master of Business Law from NLSIU Bangalore.

Update 13:55: Indus senior partners Suneeth Katarki and Gaurav Dani commented in a statement:

Jay brings a lot of management experience to the table, especially in the law firm space and we look forward to having him on-board. IndusLaw has been growing at a rapid pace and Jay’s addition will help us strategize our growth plans & streamline management practices and structures to enable the next level of progression of the Firm.”

Jayanarayanan added in the release: “I am very happy to be a part of IndusLaw and I look forward to working with Partners on the Firm’s growth aspiration.”

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