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.