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NLSIU Jessup ‘99 mooting star gets nod to White & Case partnership

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White & Case has promoted NLSIU Bangalore graduate, Chevening scholar and former Jessup moot winner Dipen Sabharwal to its partnership in London.

London associate Sabharwal was promoted to White & Case’s partnership yesterday effective 1 January 2012, according to a number of trade publications, as part of a global promotion round of 21 new partners.

At White & Case he specialises in international arbitration in the firm’s dispute resolution group. He is triple-qualified to practise law in India, England & Wales and New York.

He graduated from NLSIU Bangalore in 2001, took the master’s in law at Oxford University under a Radhakrishnan Chevening scholarship in 2002 and completed an LLM at the University of Michigan Law School in 2003 as a graduate fellow.

In 1999 he was part of the first Indian team to have won the Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition – also known as the ‘world cup’ of mooting for its prestige and size. Since 2003 Sabharwal has been judging the moot.

He told Legally India via email that it was a privilege to have been elected to a global partnership of such outstanding lawyers.

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