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Shardul Amarchand promotes 20 to principal associate, 39 to senior associate, partners TBC soon

59 climb career ladder at SAM
59 climb career ladder at SAM

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas (SAM) has promoted a total of 20 of its senior associates to principal associate level, with a fairly even split between the Mumbai and Delhi region.

Of these, 8 principal associate promotions were in Delhi, 3 in Gurgaon, 7 in Mumbai, and 2 in Bangalore.

A total of 39 associates have also been promoted to senior associate at the firm, of whom 19 are in Delhi, 14 in Mumbai, 4 in Chennai, 1 in Kolkata and 1 in Ahmedabad.

It is understood that partner promotions at SAM will be announced soon.

At Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, announcement of partnership promotions are likely to be announced in August.

Update 19 June 2018, 13:41: Bar & Bench has published the full list of new principal associates, which we have reproduced below:

Name Practice Area City
Abhinav Maker Capital Markets Delhi
Ankit Kejriwal General Corporate Mumbai
Ankita Bhasin Tax Delhi
Anwesha Haldar General Corporate Mumbai
Aparupa Saha General Corporate Mumbai
Faraz Khan General Corporate Mumbai
Gauhar Mirza Dispute Resolution Delhi
Kausalya Venkataraman General Corporate Bengaluru
Kushal Sinha Projects and Project Finance Delhi
Matthew Thomas Capital Markets Mumbai
Namrata Sharma General Corporate Delhi
Prateek Lala General Corporate Bengaluru
Rahul Chugh General Corporate Gurugram
Rohan Batra Dispute Resolution Delhi
Saurav Panda Projects and Project Finance Delhi
Shreya Sircar Dispute Resolution Delhi
Sourabh Bhattacharya Projects and Project Finance Mumbai
Tejas Patel General Corporate Mumbai
Vaibhav Singh Dispute Resolution Mumbai
Vasundhara Garg General Corporate Delhi

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