The Alumni Association Students’ Wing of Government Law College, Mumbai is pleased to announce an Interactive Session as part of our Young Achievers’ Lecture Series:
‘CAREER IN LITIGATION AS AN INDEPENDENT PRACTITIONER’ with Ms Manasi Bhushan, Advocate, Delhi High Court.
About GLC Mumbai
The Government Law College, Mumbai, (GLC Mumbai), founded in 1855, is one of the oldest law schools in Asia. The college, affiliated with the University of Mumbai, is run by the Government of Maharashtra. Pratibha Patil, former President of India, and five Chief Justices of India, as well as several judges of the Supreme Court of India, are alumni of the college.
About the Alumni Association
The Alumni Association (Students’ Wing) is a committee that engenders a bond between the college and its ex-students. The committee works under the tutelage of the Alumni Association: Parent Body, whose sole aim is to strive for the amelioration of the College
About the speaker
Ms. Manasi Bhushan completed her graduation from Government Law College, Mumbai in 2018. Subsequently, she went on to pursue a PG Diploma in Human Rights Law from NLSIU as well as a Diploma in Cyber Law from Asian School of Cyber Law.
She is a recipient of numerous prestigious awards like Yashwant Dalal Cup for Overall Excellence Award and MC Chagla Memorial Award to name a few.
Ms. Bhushan regularly appears before the Delhi High Court and other Courts and Tribunals in India. She specialises in Civil and Criminal Law, Matrimonial Law, Labour and Employment Law.
She is a Member of the Panel at the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) for North West Delhi.
Date and Time
The lecture is scheduled to be held on Friday, 22nd July 2022 from 7.00 PM onwards.
How to Register
The registration link for the lecture has been provided below:
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Meeting ID: 825 1329 0089
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