Christina will speak on the just limits of governments in the UK, Europe and India to track and record the digitial activities of businesses and indivduals.
Over the last two years the Law Society has had a number of meaningful exchanges with its Indian counterparts and is working on an MOU to explore closer collaboration. The Bar Council of India and the Indian government are currently discussing how foreign lawyers and Indian advocates can work together in India.
Tahera Mandviwala, partner at TDT Legal, a Mumbai-based international law firm, shares her insights on the benefits of dual-qualification.
Ameet Hariani, managing partner of Hariani & Co Advocates & Solicitors, who atteded our UK-India legal practice conference in July, shares his views about legal life in India.
The Law Society of England and Wales would like to thank its members, the Ministry of Justice, Legal League Consulting and all participants from India for making the ‘UK-India legal practice conference 2015: Business opportunities on the horizon’ a great success.