About the Advocate
Bharat earned his law degree in 2011 and, at the age of 23, after placing first in the Delhi Judicial Service Exam, was appointed as a Civil Judge/Metropolitan Magistrate. During his four years on the Bench, he worked in a variety of judgeship duties.He left his position as a judge in 2016 and went back to practising law.
At L&L Partners, Bharat worked as a partner (formerly Luthra and Luthra Law Offices).Bharat has participated in a number of committees and policy talks and has also been named by the High Court as an amicus curiae to support the court in a number of important criminal cases. He serves on the steering group for the Young SIAC (Singapore International Arbitration Centre).
Bharat has conducted training programmes for aspiring and practising judges, IPS officers, investigators, prosecutors, arbitrators, defence attorneys, company secretaries, aspiring resolution professionals (under IBC), doctors, prison officials, forensic experts, and corporate counsel. He also serves as a guest lecturer and a resource at various academies.Bharat routinely writes about topics related to law, the criminal justice system, commercial/tech law, arbitration law, and policy. He is an avid reader and writer.At the moment, Bharat works as an independent attorney.
About the Responsibilities
Internship opportunity at The Chambers of Bharat Chugh.
Prime areas : Arbitration, Financial Crime Defence, Information Tech/Social Media.
How to Apply?
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