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JSA boosts Mumbai with LKS head of SW-corporate Shafaq Sapre

Shafaq Sapre bulks up JSA corporate in Mumbai
Shafaq Sapre bulks up JSA corporate in Mumbai

J Sagar Associates (JSA) has hired Shafaq Uraizee Sapre as a Mumbai-based retained partner from Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan (LKS).

At LKS, the 2001 GLC Mumbai graduate was an executive partner and head of corporate for West & South India, specialising in M&A, joint ventures and private equity work.

She will be part of JSA corporate partner Sandeep Mehta’s team.

Before joining LKS in 2016, she had been a partner at Bharucha & Partners, where she had moved from Nishith Desai Associates in 2015 as head of joint ventures, having been at the firm for eight years.

“We wish Shafaq a long and mutually beneficial association with JSA,” commented joint managing partners Amit Kapur and Vivek Chandy in an announcement.

We have reached out to LKS for comment.

Shafaq Uraizee Sapre Work history Sep 2016 - Sep 2019: Executive Partner, Lakshmikumaran and Sridharan (Bombay) Apr 2015 - Sep 2016: Partner, Bharucha & Partners Jan 2007 - Mar 2015: Head of Joint Ventures at Nishith Desai Associates, Nishith Desai Associates Jan 2006 - Dec 2006: Senior Associate, Vigil Juris (Mumbai) May 2001 - Jan 2006: Associate, Uraizee Law Associates (Mumbai) Education - 2001: Government Law College, LLB, - 2003: University of Mumbai, LLM, Human Rights, Criminology, Business Laws 1993 - 1998: Jai Hind College, Bachelors Arts, English Literature
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