Senior Advocate Arvind Datar Joins Fountain Court Chambers As Door Tenant


He graduated from Madras Law College in 1980 and was designated as a Senior Advocate of the Madras High Court in 2000. 

Advocate Arvind Datar is an expert in the fields of Constitutional Law, Taxation Laws and Arbitration.

Presently, Mr. Datar is a Trustee at Palkhivala Foundation, Director at Nani Palkhivala Arbitration Centre and Vice President of Bar Association of India 

“It is indeed an honor to be invited to be a door tenant at Fountain Court Chambers. With the increasing litigation arising out of cross-border transactions, I am looking forward to working with Bankim Thanki QC and his colleagues in London and Singapore.”

Who is a Door Tenant?

A Door Tenant is a Barrister who has been granted permission to join a set of chambers and work with them from premises outside  the chambers.

Senior Advocate Arvind Datar is the third Indian Advocate to be a part of the Chambers after Senior Advocates Gaurav Pachnanda and Zal Andhyarujina

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