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L&L lit partner Bharat Chugh goes independent as counsel

Bharat Chugh goes from law firm to independent litigation
Bharat Chugh goes from law firm to independent litigation

L&L Partners Delhi-based litigation partner Bharat Chugh has left the firm to become an independent counsel.

The 2011 Jamia LLB graduate had become a partner at L&L in 2018, two years after having joined the firm and after several years as an independent counsel and working with the Delhi Judicial Services as a judicial officer.

“I‘ve had the opportunity of leading on some very interesting (and complex) matters here at L&L,” he commented about his stint at the firm for nearly four years.

He said he had worked across areas including white-collar crime defence, international arbitration, and tech law.

“These areas would continue to remain my key areas of focus as I practice in courts, across the board and across the country, now as a counsel,” he added.

L&L litigation partner Bobby Chandhoke commented: “We wish him all the best and success in his new avatar.”

Bharat Chugh Work history From: Aug 2020: Advocate, Supreme Court of India From: Feb 2019: Committee Member - YSIAC, Singapore International Arbitration Centre 2018 - Aug 2020: Partner, L&L Partners Dec 2016 - 2018: Counsel/Managing Associate, L&L Partners Jan 2017 - Jan 2020: Resource Person/Guest Lecturer , National Police Academy, Judicial Academies, Centre for Criminology, MCA, Law Schools,ICSE, etc. May 2013 - Dec 2016: Officer, Delhi Judicial Services Jun 2011 - Mar 2013: Advocate, Delhi High Court and Supreme Court of India Education 2006 - 2011: Jamia Millia Islamia, B.A.LL.B, Law
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