About me

This blog is a labor of love for Bharat. A humble attempt to make complex legal issues understandable to the younger members of the Bar, law students, and the laywoman. 

About the Author:

Bharat graduated in law in 2011 and in 2013, at the age of 23, secured the first rank in the Delhi Judicial Service Exam, and was appointed as a Civil Judge/Metropolitan Magistrate where he served in various judgeship assignments in the 4 years that he spent at the Bench.

In 2016, he resigned from judgeship and returned to the practice of law.

Bharat has served as a Partner at L&L Partners (formerly Luthra and Luthra Law Offices)

Bharat has served on various committees/policy discussions and has also been appointed as amicus curiae by the High Court to assist the court in some serious criminal cases. He is also a part of the Young SIAC (Singapore International Arbitration Centre) steering committee.

Bharat is a guest lecturer/resource person at various academies and has conducted training programs for aspiring and serving judges, IPS officers, investigators, prosecutors, arbitrators, defence counsels, company secretaries, aspiring resolution professionals (under IBC), doctors, prison officials, forensic experts, and corporate counsel.

Bharat is an avid reader and writer and regularly writes on issues relating to law, the criminal justice system, commercial/tech law, arbitration law, and policy.

Bharat currently practices as an Independent Counsel.

29 thoughts on “About me

    • Sir, no words are enough to appreciate your efforts and achievements. Thank you for being a torch-bearer for the upcoming judges and lawyers.
      Kindly share some of the best judgments of SC for improving the art of answer writing.


  1. You are an ideal and mentor of many young lawyers and judicial aspirants including me. Your journey of life inspires me a lot. I always wanted to be a person like you. I always admire you as my elder brother and a teacher, you are the only person I know who despite of your busy schedule spares time to guide me whenever I need. Thanks a lot sir and God bless you.


    • Thank you so much, brother! You’re super kind. This is the least I can do :). I wish you great luck in all your endeavours and may you achieve all that you desire. Cheers – Bharat Chugh




    I read yr article on taking white collar crimes seriously on LiveLaw which directed me to your website.

    tejastejasvinamaham-GITA10,36., ISHVARA Blessed you with HIS”TEJAS”VIBHUTI.And,yr capabilities made me address you with HON’BLE affix though you’re just around my son’s age. I myself being a Victim and having searching for years,I find in you the brilliance to help me and that way you’re A GOD’S GIFT to me.

    It seems you possess an encyclopedic knowledge of white collar crimes law and procedure; )

    “I have sat front row seat to Murdoch’s comprehensive career in criminal investigations and law; an extremely hard worker, he is dogged in his dedication to his craft, extremely talented, an overachiever, and intensely honest.Had it not been so,you would have never resigned from prestigious judgeship which brings Social Honor and smooth life. Even at cost of self-praise ,I say,I’m good in indentifing Winners ,and,Without hesitation, I would trust your abilities in the representation of those faced with the most complex and challenging of legal troubles.” May ISHVARA BLESS YOU !


    PS-pl.share yr mobile/contact number with preferred time;I would like to know you tejastejasvinamaham-GITA10,36.HON’BLE SIR, ISHVARA Blessed you with HIS”TEJAS”VIBHUTI. I need yrHelp in Karkati ofYogVashishta.Yrs-in-Service-of HOLY VEDAS’-SRA closely …and,get back my lifetime savings back which has been robbed by a large corporate in white collar form of crime’…


  3. Good day Sir,
    Thnx for all your articles,the very intresting webnar on Bail bonds, you are a Gift from God to your parents.
    Your achievements from your childhood to date gives hope that anyhard working humble youngster can dream big and achieve his goals.
    I need your help as i plan to research in a particular field in Law.
    Kindly share your email address.
    Thank you.


  4. Respected Sir,
    i would like to request you for critical analysis of Vinubhai Haribhai Malaviya v. State of Gujarat judgement and its distiction from Devarapally Lakshminarayana Reddy v. V Narayana Reddy.
    It seems to me that both judgments are relevant in their own sphere and not contradictory to each other. I have seen your amazing conceptual clarity in various articles therefore, i seek your guidance on this.
    Thank You


  5. Dear Bharat,
    I have been reading about you, your work, your achievements & all over the last few months. Didn’t hear about u before. I must confess, you are a person extraordinaire’ . People like you are rare to find. Your achievements in such a short span of time speak for themselves. Way to go. Keep up the good work brother. Much impressed. Would like to meet u someday soon.


  6. Dear sir,
    I recently found about your blog.It will be a opportunity for me to learn something from your focal point about law. Your ardent love towards this field inspires me alott.Thank u sir.


  7. Mr. Bharat , just came across this blog and i am pleasantly surprised .

    I was one of the complainants before you for a cheque bouncing case and was greatly impressed by the zeal and earnestness brought by you to the job at hand.

    On one occassion , there was sudden electricity outage , however , instead of postponing the matters to a future date , you brought your personal laptop to carry on with the proceedings .

    My salutations . This country needs more such committed youngsters.

    sanjay Gupta


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