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Khaitan principal associate Shweta Dwivedi joins Link Legal as associate partner

Dwivedi joins Link Legal from KhaitanDwivedi joins Link Legal from Khaitan

Khaitan & Co principal associate Shweta Dwivedi has joined Link Legal India Law Services (LLILS) as associate partner in the corporate team in Mumbai.

An NLIU Bhopal 2008 alumnus, Dwivedi had been at Khaitan for the 10 years since she graduated.

She specialises in M&A, corporate transactional, VC/PE investments and general corporate advisory as well as privacy laws.

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Like +6 Object -0 NLIU-UUU 04 Dec 18, 15:25  interesting
Soon this is going to be a NLIU run law firm. 7th or 8th partner from NLIU and few SAs and PAs as well.

Great to see Bhopal going places.
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Like +5 Object -0 Please Stop 04 Dec 18, 15:31  interesting
Congratulations Shweta! All the best for your new role.
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Like +7 Object -8 NoMan 04 Dec 18, 18:36  controversial
KCO's loss is Link Legal's gain. Seems KCO will never stop bleeding!
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Like +1 Object -0 Lol 14 Dec 18, 00:58
Not that link is in any better state. The internal politics will make it very hard for her.
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Like +1 Object -0 Why 04 Dec 18, 20:12
ye kya ho kya raha hai? Why are people leaving KCO? On the brighter side opens opportunities for outsiders to enter KCO
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Like +5 Object -4 Guest 04 Dec 18, 20:40
Another homegrown gone!! KCO is bleeding..highest levels of attrition that this firm has ever seen. Pathetic HR policies to blame..
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Like +12 Object -4 Man 04 Dec 18, 21:03  interesting
She is a wonderful human being and a great talent. What a loss KCO on many counts.
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Like +12 Object -4 IMDBoss 05 Dec 18, 16:58  interesting
When many people are leaving LL, why such a bright girl did the mistake of joining LL. Hope she has the ability to sustain herself.
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Like +4 Object -8 Guest 10 Dec 18, 04:35
Partnership in top tier firms is not an easy cake to cut... it demands next level talent..isn't it an obvious n easy step for a 10 year'er to get tat tag from a tier 3 firm
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Like +1 Object -0 Swelled Head 10 Dec 18, 17:45
Where do you get your logic from?
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Like +6 Object -0 Heights! 10 Dec 18, 20:52  interesting
In a firm like KCO (especially the one in north India) sometimes it does not demand talent but demands taking smoke breaks and lunch with partners while gossiping about the rest of the office. You are obviously someone from senior management who is trolling here to save your own skin!
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