Delhi High Court has appointed 55 new senior lawyers under the new High Court of Delhi Designation of Senior Advocate Rules 2018, reported Bar & Bench.

Among the list are at least two former partners of the law firm – former Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (CAM) and AZB & Partners Perceval Billimoria, who had stepped down as head of CAM Delhi and chair of its Litigation, Regulation, Advocacy and Policy Practice in 2018 to become a litigator.

Is also included Satvik Varma, who was a partner at Amarchand Mangaldas until 2010 before becoming independent.

If you know of any other interesting or unusual names or backgrounds for the bar, please let us know in the comments and we’ll update.

The full list below:

  1. Abhaya Kumar Behera
  2. Ajay Verma
  3. Akshay Makhija
  4. Alok kumar
  5. Amit Sharma
  6. Anish dayal
  7. Arun bhardwaj
  8. Arvind Minocha
  9. Ashish Dholakia
  10. C Mohan Rao
  11. Chinmoy Pradip Sharma
  12. Deepika V. Marwaha
  13. G Tushar Rao
  14. Garima Prashad
  15. Jagdeep Singh Bakshi
  16. Jayant Kumar Mehta
  17. Kamal Nijhawan
  18. Krishnendu Datta
  19. Lovkesh Sawhney
  20. Malvika Trivedi
  21. Mander Singh
  22. Manish vashisht
  23. Nagesh Puthige
  24. Naveen R. Nath
  25. Neelima Tripathi
  26. Nitya Ramakrishnan
  27. Pawanjit Singh Bindra
  28. Perceval Billimoria
  29. Pramod Kumar Dubey
  30. Rahul mehra
  31. Raj kumar sanghi
  32. Rajeev sharma
  33. Rajesh yadav
  34. Rajshekhar rao
  35. Ramesh singh
  36. Ratan Kumar Singh
  37. Salil Aggarwal
  38. Sanjeev Anand
  39. Sanjeev Kumar Dubey
  40. Sanjeev Rali
  41. Sanjiv Kakra
  42. Sanjoy Ghose
  43. Satvik Varma
  44. Saurabh Kirpal
  45. Siddharth Aggarwal
  46. Siddharth Yadav
  47. Sunil Dalal
  48. Suruchi Aggarwal
  49. Sushil Dutt Salwan
  50. Trideep Pais
  51. Vikas dhawan
  52. Vikas mahajan
  53. Viraj R. Datar
  54. Vivek Chib
  55. Vivek Sibal

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