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Namita Das (NLUJ ‘09) returns to Link Legal as partner after 6 years at AZB, SAM

The firm continues on its recent expansion with its third lateral partner addition in only two months

Namita Das joins Link Legal as partner
Namita Das joins Link Legal as partner

Link Legal India Law Services (LLILS) has boosted its corporate strength in Delhi with the addition of Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas (SAM) counsel Namita Das.

She is joining with a team of two fee-earners, who have around two years of post-qualification experience (PQE) each and have before been working in private practice and in-house before.

Das is a 2009 NLU Jodhpur graduate who had worked at Link Legal in Delhi before joining AZB & Partners in 2014 in Noida.

Just over a year ago she had moved to SAM in Delhi as a counsel.

We have reached out to the firm and to SAM for comment.

Update 17:20: Link Legal Delhi-based managing partner Atul Sharma commented: “We welcome Namita to the firm. This will strengthen and broadbase corporate practice of the firm.”

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas commented: “We wish her well in this new chapter in her professional journey.”

In recent months Link Legal has made two lateral partner hires:

Namita Das Work history Apr 2019 - Mar 2020: Counsel, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co (New Delhi Area) Jul 2014 - Mar 2019: Senior Associate, AZB & Partners (Noida Area) Jun 2009 - Jul 2014: Associate, Link Legal India Law Services (New Delhi Area) Education - 2009: National Law University, Jodhpur, B.A.L.L.B. (hons.), International Trade and WTO related studies
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