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IndusLaw snags Trilegal counsel Padmaja Kaul as Delhi lit, IBC partner

Tri’s Padmaja Kaul joins Indus partnership
Tri’s Padmaja Kaul joins Indus partnership

Trilegal counsel Padmaja Kaul, who’d been with the firm since 2012, has joined IndusLaw in Delhi as its second litigation partner in the city.

Besides boosting the firm’s litigation practice, she also specialises in Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code (IBC) work, which is currently shared between two partners in Delhi and Mumbai, confirmed an IndusLaw partner.

Kaul holds a 2011 LLM in dispute resolution from University College London (UCL), and is a 2010 graduate of Amity Law School (IP University) in Delhi.

Her joining grows IndusLaw’s partnership to 14 in Delhi and 36 nationally.

The firm has around 50 lawyers in Delhi now.

We have reached out to Kaul and Trilegal for comment.

Update 19 June 2019: Trilegal partner Karan Singh commented: “Our best wishes to Padmaja” as she began “the next chapter” in her career.”

“We thank [her for her contribution] contribution to the firm,” he said.

Update 20 June 2019: Kaul commented: “I thank IndusLaw for showing their confidence in me and look forward to building on this incredible platform they have entrusted me with. My time at Trilegal was transformational and undoubtedly augmented my career trajectory. I am extremely grateful for all the encouragement and support received over the years.”

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