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JSA, KCo, Tri, CAM, AZB are best law firms to work for, according to consultant survey

Best law firms in the culture category, according to Vahura survey (top 3 are the same as in the combined ranking)Best law firms in the culture category, according to Vahura survey (top 3 are the same as in the combined ranking)

Law firms J Sagar Associates (JSA), Khaitan & Co, Trilegal, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (CAM) and AZB & Partners (roughly in that order) were consistently ranked as the top 5 of big law firms in terms of “culture”, “leadership” and “rewards & recognition”, “satisfaction” and “pride”, according to a survey by legal recruitment and management consultant Vahura.

In the metric of work-life balance, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas came out above AZB, and in some of the categories, such as rewards & recognition, Trilegal was ahead of Khaitan, and AZB just ahead of CAM.

In a combined list of top 3, JSA apparently came out on top, with 73% of respondents from JSA having “responded positively to questions pertaining to respect and value”.

Khaitan & Co came second in the overall combined ranking, and Trilegal came third, out of firms with more than 200 professionals.

Amongst firms with fewer than 200 professionals, the winners were Keystone Partners, Bathiya Legal and PDS Legal.

Amongst boutique law firms, according to the survey, GameChanger Law Advisors came first, followed by Law NK and Obhan & Associates.

Full results in the 200+ size category:

Culture Firm leadership Rewards & recognition Worklife balance Satisfaction Pride
Khaitan Khaitan Trilegal Khaitan Khaitan Khaitan
Trilegal Trilegal Khaitan Trilegal Trilegal Trilegal

Full results in firms with fewer than 200 professionals:

Culture Firm leadership Rewards & recognition Worklife balance Satisfaction Pride
Keystone Bathiya Keystone Keystone Bathiya Keystone
Bathiya Keystone S&R Associates PDS Keystone Poovayya & Co
PDS PDS PDS Bathiya Nishith Desai Bathiya
BTG Legal BTG Legal DMD Advocates BTG PDS PDS
Samvad Partners Samvad Partners Bathiya Samvad Poovayya & Co Nishith Desai


According to the survey, more than 1,200 respondents participated from 140 law firms, approached directly and via a social media outreach campaign.

Law firm managing partners were also asked to share the survey internally in the firm.

Firms were only ranked if more than 35% of a firm’s professionals participated, resulting in a shortlist of 35 firms.

The survey report did not state the names of firms that did not make the cut into the top 6 in each category.

56% of respondents were associates, 26% were senior associates, 11% were counsel and 9% were partner, with the 73% based in Delhi and Mumbai and 15% in Bangalore.

Rival partner popularity contest results:

The survey also “curated The Lawyers Choice Rankings which is purely based on top 3 preferences of lawyers with respect to firms and partners in their corresponding practice areas”, “given by lawyers specifically in relation to other firms, and not their own”.

The top law firm partners (in alphabetical order) chosen in each practice area were:

Corporate Ashwath Rau (AZB) Cyril Shroff (CAM) Zia Mody (AZB)
Litigation Mahesh Agarwal (Agarwal Law Associates) Pallavi Shroff (SAM) Sanjeev Kapoor (Khaitan)
IP Pravin Anand and Safir Anand (Anand and Anand) Saikrishna Rajagopal (Saikrishna & Associates).
Finance Aashit Shah (JSA) Dina Wadia (JSA) Sonali Mahapatra (Talwar Thakore & Associates)
Real Estate Dhaval Vussonji (Dhaval Vussonji & Associates) Dhawal Mehta (Wadia Ghandy) Sajit Suvarna (DSK Legal)
Tax Deepak Chopra (AZB) Tarun Gulati (PDS) V Lakshmikumaran (LKS)
Projects Akshay Jaitly (Trilegal) Jatin Aneja (SAM) L Viswanathan (CAM)
Competition Nisha Kaur Uberoi (Trilegal) Pallavi Shroff (SAM) Samir Gandhi (AZB)
Capital markets Manan Lahoty (L&L Partners) Prashant Gupta (SAM) Yash Ashar (CAM)

Top "upcoming law firm partners", were voted to be:

Corporate Kunal Chandra (Trilegal) Shishir Vayttaden (CAM) Yogesh Singh (Trilegal)
Litigation Anuj Berry (SAM) Anupama Hebbar (Keystone Partners) Dhruv Dewan (SAM)
IP Anusuya Nigam (Singh and Singh) Aparna Kareer (Obhan & Associates) Priyanka Khimani (Anand and Anand & Khimani)
Finance Anjana Potti (JSA) Kannan Rahul (Trilegal) Roxanne Anderson (AZB)
Real Estate Denzil Arambhan (Wadia Ghandy) Malini Raju (JSA) Sagar Kadam (DSK)
Tax L Badri Narayan (LKS) Rajesh Simhan (NDA) Sachit Jolly (DMD Advocates)
Projects Ajay Sawhney (CAM) Avirup Nag (IndusLaw) Neeraj Menon (Trilegal)
Competition Abir Roy (Seetharaman & Associates) Ravisekhar Nair (ELP) Shweta Shroff Chopra (SAM)
Capital markets Abhimanyu Bhattacharya (Khaitan) Aditya Cheriyan (Khaitan) Varoon Chandra (AZB)

The PDF survey results (10MB) are available here, via Vahura.

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Like +4 Object -1 IamnotaBOT 06 Aug 18, 18:04 LI subscriber
Looks like Trilegal scores max for their bench strength!
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Like +1 Object -2 Lalu prasad yadav 06 Aug 18, 18:08
And Luthra & Luthra (L&L Partners) don't feature in any list whatsoever?
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Like +16 Object -1 L for.. 06 Aug 18, 18:46  interesting  top rated
Anybody acquainted with the L&L work culture can tell you why they're not on the lists.
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Like +1 Object -5 blah blah 07 Aug 18, 10:06
the reason can be simple... L&L did not participate in the consultant survey
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Like +5 Object -0 UP wale bhaiya 07 Aug 18, 16:34  interesting
The reason why they chose not to participate is also simple, if you think about it.
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Like +1 Object -0 Guest 06 Aug 18, 22:28
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Like +15 Object -9 Guest 06 Aug 18, 18:30  interesting  controversial
This is a very weird ranking. Not sure if JSA can be number one in all categories. This appears to be one of those paid for ranking surveys, not at all reliable.
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Like +24 Object -4 kianganz 06 Aug 18, 18:33 LI subscriber  interesting  top rated
Or maybe JSA people are just really happy? :)

Agree that it's slightly hard to interpret and draw conclusions from these rankings, though I'd highly doubt they are paid for.

It's also hard to extrapolate whether there were enough data points for firms such as Luthra, or whether they just came consistently 6th or lower amongst the big firms...
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Like +9 Object -5 Guest 06 Aug 18, 22:57  controversial
May be you are right Kian. Honestly my issue is with methodology of these awards. It is very easy to manipulate outcome of any thing based on surveys. associates who are dying with work are less likely to waste their time on lengthy survey such as this one. absence of associates who are dying with work or who have less time at hand because their senior is breathing down their neck will not provide the perspective of people who are more likely to say the truth. The reason I say JSA cannot be number one in all categories is that they are not number one in client satisfaction or awards etc. . This is simply a function of who all took survey and wasted time because the associates of that firm had more time at hand.
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Like +3 Object -1 Well 07 Aug 18, 09:53
You're not wrong, but then again, client satisfaction is very hard to objectively gauge and law firm awards are a straight up scam, so this is as good as it gets, one would assume
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Like +1 Object -1 Name1 08 Aug 18, 16:12
Based on number of responses received. No qualitative assessment. No independent third party checks. Clearly some PR departments told their associates to ensure response and others just didnt think this survey was relevant enough.
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Like +0 Object -0 KingKong 17 Aug 18, 00:52
Any survey that does not release raw-data is unreliable. Period.
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Like +9 Object -0 Perspectively 06 Aug 18, 18:43  interesting
Wouldn't CAM/Khaitan's PR team have out-bid JSA in that case?
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Like +10 Object -6 Why waste time 06 Aug 18, 21:13  controversial
No, better things to do than wasting time on Vahura Survey!
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Like +3 Object -5 Guest 06 Aug 18, 23:01
Bhai CAM/Khaitan ki PR teams ke pass iss type ke survey se better kaam hai. For e.g. getting in touch with some proper client. It is only firms with no work, who try to gain attention by ensuring that all lawyers in the firm fill these surveys and give only positive feedback. Kabhi jsa delhi mein kaam karke dekho.
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Like +18 Object -0 sabbatical 06 Aug 18, 18:47  interesting  top rated
JSA has all 4 saturdays in a month off. Having whole weekends off can be a real blessing.
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Like +3 Object -0 Guest 06 Aug 18, 19:10
If I am not wrong, at least at junior level, there's a considerable payscale difference too between JSA and the other Tier 1s, right? It may be an interesting hypothetical, if a law firm makes an offer to its associates about allowing all 4 weekends off, but only if they say yes to a lower payscale. I wonder how many would opt for it? :D
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Like +19 Object -3 Rodney 06 Aug 18, 19:42  interesting  top rated
Are you naive to believe that all weekends off actually means all weekends off?
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Like +5 Object -1 sabbatical 06 Aug 18, 21:31
I work at JSA :)
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Like +1 Object -2 Scam 07 Aug 18, 13:26
So does S&R, CAM, SAM.
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Like +1 Object -0 why 07 Aug 18, 18:48
SAM most definitely does not have Saturdays off and I know plenty of associates who have to go in on Sundays to proofread their weekends away
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Like +19 Object -2 Sample Error 06 Aug 18, 20:09  interesting  top rated
A better explanation is sample error.

The survey says "more than 1200 lawyers" (so let's just say 1200 lawyers) were surveyed accros 140 law firms. So simple division would mean 8.5 lawyers per firm. Granted that that figure will have to be adjusted as you have to assume that more lawyers from bigger firms would have participated. So even you double (or triple) that, it's only 17 (or 25.5) lawyers per firm. Hardly a representative demographic!

Likewise, you also have to reduce 8.5 to a smaller number in case of smaller firms. Would further weaken the accuracy of representation.
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Like +5 Object -0 Putinspeak 07 Aug 18, 06:54  interesting
Not a paid ranking. Know a lot of law firm associates who took the survey. Not surprised that JSA came on top.
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Like +3 Object -4 Guest 06 Aug 18, 18:34
This ranking can be easily manipulated if managing partner within a firm is pushing associates to submit. Scared associates will obviously say nice things about the firm. Also even more easy to manipulate in small law firms.
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Like +10 Object -0 Guest1 06 Aug 18, 18:57  interesting
I took this survey, and this was an anonymous survey, which is, they didn't ask for my name or any details that can be used to trace back. Also, it was fairly long. Not sure, a Managing Partner would invest his or her resources' billing time just to score high on this ranking.
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Like +0 Object -1 GossipAssociate 06 Aug 18, 18:44
Let the botching session begin!
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Like +0 Object -0 spell check 06 Aug 18, 19:06
bitching session you mean
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Like +3 Object -0 sure 07 Aug 18, 09:51
Is that what they call the drafting sessions wherever you're working?
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Like +2 Object -1 spell check 07 Aug 18, 10:26
Yeah, we bitch a lot about the use of thereinafters and hereunders strewn like gems in the drafts we get from you
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Like +1 Object -0 Number 06 Aug 18, 19:07
No where, does it say how many folks took the survey?
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Like +14 Object -57 NKU 06 Aug 18, 19:22  troll?  controversial
Nisha Kaur is one of the finest competition lawyers in India. She is definitely one of the busiest partners in the country. Bills more than a Corp/M&A top partner (Gosh, don't know how she does it). Anyway, wanted to let everyone know that is a terrific lawyer and an incredible mentor. She might be a tough leader and working on the kind of matters she brings in is quite difficult(understandably, I mean if they were vanilla matters they wouldn't have approached NKU), but she fights like a tigress to protect her team.

I have seen her work very closely-.a rainmaker, knows how to keep both the regulator and her clients happy..Nisha it's time that you tell us all- how do you do it? Not sure if this comment will reach you but I really wanted you to know that there is a lot of love and respect for you out there.
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Like +8 Object -24 Totally agree 06 Aug 18, 19:59  controversial
Nisha is a great lawyer and a mentor. Good to see that one of her ex juniors Abir is also on the list.
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Like +65 Object -2 Ping 06 Aug 18, 19:59  interesting  top rated
Well done... please collect the cheque for this comment by 10 am tomorrow ...

PS : I had tears when I read this message ..
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Like +7 Object -0 Figured 06 Aug 18, 21:25  interesting
Yes yes I do it effortlessly...just surviving on the ideas which Cyril taught me...
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Like +6 Object -3 Abir da 06 Aug 18, 19:25
He is definitely killing it. The next big thing in India. He works like a maniac and gets you the right answer. Abir and I have worked with each other for a long time now, and he is my trusted advisor.
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Like +3 Object -1 Guest2 06 Aug 18, 19:34
What about Bharucha & Partners? Why are they not featuring anywhere?
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Like +2 Object -1 up and coming 06 Aug 18, 19:42
up and coming- congratus varoon chandran and cheriyan
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Like +17 Object -2 WorkLifeBalance 06 Aug 18, 19:57  interesting  top rated
Work-life balance. I am a lowly associate at a Tier I law firm in Mumbai. Most of my friends are also here working for different firms. Work-life balance is a joke here irrespective of what firm you are working at. I have pinged mates at 4:00 AM on Saturday if they would like to join me at one of the popular breakfast joints in the area and they have replied in affirmative as they were also working in office.
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Like +1 Object -0 Anonn 16 Aug 18, 13:33
Sorry to disappoint you son, but thats the life that you have signed up for. The job pays the big bucks because theyre buying your life. If you want to get ahead you will have to do what is required.
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Like +46 Object -0 DBS555 06 Aug 18, 20:18  interesting  top rated
Award for the most mysterious firm goes to:
Bathiya Legal
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Like +3 Object -0 Buyback 08 Aug 18, 01:44
I was doing some research on buybacks once and thier name featured in a lot of buyback docs on SEBI website.
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Like +19 Object -9 What!? 06 Aug 18, 20:42  interesting  controversial
What is this garbage? What is vahura smoking? Maybe the firms which give them the maximum money as their clients, are ranked on top. JSA on firm leadership!?? Haha. Just on conflict of interest, this survey should be junked!
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Like +10 Object -0 iirc 07 Aug 18, 10:52  interesting
If I'm not mistaken, JSA has a well structured and rotating system of leadership, with multiple managing partners elected to their roles instead of being a family run firm. Is it really that surprising that JSA won?
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Like +2 Object -0 The good stuff 07 Aug 18, 11:15
Just letting you know that JSA isn't recruiting through recruiters anymore (Vahura or any other recruitment company), as they have too many positions to fill and do not want to incur high recruitment costs. So this is really just based on what JSA Associates said in their surveys and not on which client gave maximum money.
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Like +1 Object -1 Credibility 07 Aug 18, 12:21
This is probably true. It is a classic strategy to gain wrongful trust. Have one credible person in the list - allows you to auction the other places to the highest bidders (in this case - pandering to clients, not a direct corruption). People believe the whole list must be genuine with this one canard. Smart guys these.
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Like +5 Object -0 kianganz 07 Aug 18, 16:35 LI subscriber  interesting
I think there are much more straightforward explanations for why the results are the way they are, rather than assuming malice...
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Like +2 Object -1 Miss-take 06 Aug 18, 20:59
Kian, the names under the competition law category for the upcoming law firm partners are incorrect. Please correct them.
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Like +15 Object -3 Work life balance! 06 Aug 18, 21:11  interesting  top rated
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Like +16 Object -1 Kejriwal Anda 06 Aug 18, 21:11  interesting  top rated
When market reach drops for vahura they cozy up to the one firm that requires the most recruitment.. And then comes along this sham... To put jsa on top.. Nice game vahura... Very wag the dog of you
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Like +14 Object -4 Now sober 06 Aug 18, 21:14  interesting
Work life balance at tri legal ? Do they even have gender balance of right ?
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Like +24 Object -7 Shocked 06 Aug 18, 21:48  interesting  top rated  controversial
Is this a joke?

First of all, isn't there a conflict of interest? Actually, Maybe not! CAM (once their biggest client) has black listed them! This is what happens when you poach from the firm that's your client. Now they are in bed with AZB (not sure how long that will last) and trying hard for SAM ( No points for guessing who poached Bandhakavi!!! Watch out SSS, PSS! Seems in the above 200 category, JSA and Trilegal are the only firms who are still instructing Vahura!

Also, what credible work has Vahura done in the private practice space? Apart from making fancy compensation reports which has become a gimmick for recruitment firms trying to enter the legal market by hiring 'star recruiters' - VITO India, Options Recruitment etc.

Everyone knows Vahura has done consulting assignments for many of the below 200 and boutique firms mentioned in the report! So how can anything in this report be objective?!

Anyway - One thing this report clearly establishes is that rate your client top in all categories to compensate for failures on the recruitment piece!

This is a race to the bottom between League Legal Consulting (also known for their ethical values - pun intended), Legal Era and IDeX awards (paid awards) and Vahura (paid reports and failed recruitment).
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Like +10 Object -7 Guest1 07 Aug 18, 09:02  controversial
You are clearly a competitor to Vahura and seem like a jealous lover who was scorned! Sad to see! Your comments make little sense. There are listed CAM partners on the list, someone you say has blacklisted them. JSA doesn’t recruit via recruiters anyway so no reason for them to vote them no 1! But anyway. More power to anonymity and idiots like you.
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Like +4 Object -0 so funny 07 Aug 18, 11:20
FYI Vahura does not work with AZB as AZB management does not like incurring recruitment costs and JSA has stopped working with recruiters altogether (Vahura or any other recruitment company).
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Like +4 Object -2 hahah 12 Aug 18, 11:11
Vahura placed V P Singh in AZB Delhi despite the fact that CAM was their biggest client at that time!! and these guys are coming up with a report rating the whole world, like seriously??
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Like +3 Object -0 Insert 08 Aug 18, 02:33
The only company making money out of actual consulting without having to run awards, poaching rings or paid reports is Rasich. Run by a under the radar philanthropist they don't care for the money.
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Like +2 Object -0 Ha 08 Aug 18, 12:46
You see the contradiction in what you are saying? Makes the most money and does nt care about money?
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Like +4 Object -1 Nope 08 Aug 18, 15:57
No, I don't see the contradiction. Making money through consultation is the reason they do not have to resort to other means.
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Like +3 Object -0 Yep 08 Aug 18, 22:16
Correct, they charge a bomb but people pay them that bomb because they are that good and concentrate on consulting and not other money making schemes. Don't take my word for it, just see the quality of their submissions on the liberalization issue on LI here
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Like +1 Object -0 Jhappi 06 Aug 18, 21:52
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Like +9 Object -0 Conflict Check 06 Aug 18, 21:59  interesting
Let Vahura disclose their client names first.
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Like +1 Object -0 No Mans Land 06 Aug 18, 23:01
When you can't beat the big guys...who you gonna call...vahura!!!
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Like +1 Object -0 Upvote for Reference 09 Aug 18, 17:31
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Like +17 Object -3 Worst 06 Aug 18, 23:24  interesting  top rated
S&R's people are great but culture is the worst.
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Like +7 Object -0 Worse 07 Aug 18, 14:59  interesting
Because of which they have recently lost around 8 of their senior associates and principal associates levels
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Like +0 Object -0 Competition Much 06 Aug 18, 23:29
Kian upcoming competition lawyer has Shweta Shroff Chopra - SAM. Please correct it. Neeraj Menon is Project Finance!

Pallavi in top 3 competition partners with Uberoi and Gandhi while Shweta is upcoming with Abir and Ravi. Set the cat among the pigeons.
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Like +0 Object -0 kianganz 07 Aug 18, 09:27 LI subscriber
Thanks, have corrected.
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Like +1 Object -1 Miss-take 07 Aug 18, 11:03
Kian, the names are still incorrect.
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Like +0 Object -1 kianganz 07 Aug 18, 11:09 LI subscriber
Have added Shweta Shroff in the upcoming CCI category. Were there any others?
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Like +2 Object -0 Huh? 07 Aug 18, 17:01
Shweta Shroff is with SAM not Trilegal
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Like +1 Object -0 kianganz 07 Aug 18, 17:05 LI subscriber
Ah, thank you, indeed!
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Like +1 Object -0 Dadaa 07 Aug 18, 01:12
Abir rocks. He has made it to upcoming competition lawyers despite being 5-7 years younger than Shweta Shroff and Ravi. To be clubbed with both of them as upcoming is a measure of his success and hard work. Dada you rock. Respect.
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Like +2 Object -1 Bhaijaan 07 Aug 18, 07:35
Abir bhai sabki aan sabki shaan sab ka ek hi bhaijaan. All the names of lawyers are brilliant in fact there are other lawyers too who aren't named like naval Karan Vaibhav who are great counsels.

l however find what is more inspiring is that Abir da works in a start up and doesnt have a Corp team to back him and feed him as far as merger control work is concerned nor has a firm brand to back up. Needless to say I am biased towards Abir da.
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Like +19 Object -0 Come here sweety 07 Aug 18, 09:04  interesting  top rated
What this survey proves is that Stockholm syndrome is real. Assuming the parameters to be true having AZB in this list calls into question who funds these surveys.

So most definitely this survey intended to evoke the come here sweety call for Vahura
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Like +7 Object -2 Regards 08 Aug 18, 01:55  interesting
I was absolutely sure I didn't want to join AZB and Trilegal while shifting. Terrible life and culture.

Having said this, I've found AZB lawyers to be consistently good. The other Tier 1 firms can be very partner dependant.

But what do I know, I like the genteel culture of old school Bombay firms.
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Like +1 Object -0 Dodo 07 Aug 18, 09:10
Dodo D really!
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Like +13 Object -4 Lunchbox 07 Aug 18, 10:44  interesting
Having been working in a law firm fior years and also,having friends across law firms, I would agree with this ranking. Have always heard that JSA is best law firm to work - terrific work life balance, transparent and good people. Last few years due to high profile exits - work quality and therefore, compensation has been been impacted but yet people there seems to be happy and which is what this survey is about. Like they say - Money can’t buy everything.

As regards the rest, CAM and KCO are also decent places to work but can’t say the same about AZB (ask Ashwath’s people who moved from CaM to AZB) and Trilegal (no gender equality and no work-life balance)!
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Like +5 Object -3 Holy Moly 08 Aug 18, 02:31
KCO a decent place to work?? Hahhahahahahahahahhahaah what are you smoking?
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Like +10 Object -8 ML fans 07 Aug 18, 11:32  controversial
Manan Lahoty is the best role model and real superstar (on and off the screen!)
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Like +5 Object -1 Aiyya 07 Aug 18, 11:35
Did anyone interview CAM women lawyers? CAM has the best gender diversity in their associate pool and partnership... and they are not ranked best for women lawyers?????? Dal hi kaala hai....
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Like +0 Object -1 Only 07 Aug 18, 17:16
Only if CAM Women lawyers took the time for doing this survey right? Isn’t the findings, based on all who took the survey, hence the outcome accordingly too
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Like +6 Object -4 scooter- 07 Aug 18, 12:03
this is such a bogus list!! vahura is a joke.
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Like +3 Object -2 Yawn 07 Aug 18, 16:11
Yawn yawn I am no more interested who is who and what and where....I have transcended the mundane......
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Like +16 Object -1 Whatajoke 07 Aug 18, 18:15  interesting  top rated
What a joke this whole idea is.

It's like who is the best person amongst Hitler, Osama Bin Laden and Stalin. Kuch abhi award dedoge. Next you will give awards to most honest businesses to Reliance, Adani and Robert Vadra or better yet - who is more secular RSS, BJP or Bajrang Dal.
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Like +1 Object -5 smoking 07 Aug 18, 18:58
Wonders what Vahura people are smoking up!! These rankings just tells their competition about their clients in priority and nothing else. I mean JSA, Keystone Partners and some other unknown firm by means of ranking is just big BS. Below 200 rankings are just hilarious to next level... hahhaha...
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Like +1 Object -1 NLIU Ex-Student 08 Aug 18, 21:04
Congratulations to Mr. Dhruv Dewan, Ravishekhar Nair and Ravi Dubey from NLIU Bhopal to make it to the emerging partners' list. Its always great to see NLIU Bhopal lawyers performing well in the market
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Like +0 Object -2 NLIU Ex-Student 08 Aug 18, 23:30
*My bad its actually Yogesh Singh, Dhruv Dewan and Ravishekhar Nair
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Like +1 Object -3 Superstar 08 Aug 18, 22:08
Crap survey and vahura do some thing better. Useless survey.
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Like +3 Object -1 Batch ho to kaisa ho 09 Aug 18, 18:22
Good show NLS 05 batch - shishir, Kannan, anjana,and avirup!
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Like +2 Object -0 Rockstar 16 Aug 18, 10:18
And P2 for the good showing by Keystone, and not taking notes to help the above mentioned 4 at law school:-)
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Like +1 Object -1 Ex TL 09 Aug 18, 18:23
NYM and AZN - What could have been a dream team !
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Like +1 Object -0 Former Client 20 Aug 18, 03:12
Surprised to find Neeraj Menon as a Projects lawyer? Always thought he was the real estate Partner while dealing with Trilegal. I think it's an error.
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Like +0 Object -0 Donald Trump 20 Aug 18, 15:44
Its good to see how so many of you care about this despite being overburdened with work/papers/managing clients. I am watching you. Also, where is Wadia Ghandy & Co.?
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