Debate & Discussions Society, CLC, DU is organising the Keynote Series “COURTROOM LEGENDS Episode 4” on the topic “Constitution of India as a Dynamic Instrument of Change”. Sr. Advocate Shri. Gopal Subramanium will be delivering a Keynote in the session.
About COURTROOM LEGENDS
Courtroom Legends – Keynote Series, is an initiative by Debate & Discussions Society, where you get to learn and interact with Legendary Counsels who have mastered the craft of advocacy. This event is the 4th Episode of this Keynote Series. Former Solicitor General of India, Sr. Advocate Shri. Gopal Subramanium will be delivering a Keynote in the 4th Episode of COURTROOM LEGENDS
Topic | COURTROOM LEGENDS Episode 4
Constitution of India as a Dynamic Instrument of Change.
The Keynote address will be followed by a moderated Q&A session.
About the Speaker
- Represented the petitioners in Puttaswamy v. Union of India (2017)
- Was Prosecutor in Mumbai bomb blasts case (1993), Parliament attack case (2001) & 26/11 Terror attack case (2008)
- Represented Union of India in Bhopal Gas Tragedy case, Ashok Kumar Thakur case, Rameswar Prasad (VI) case and 2G Radio Spectrum case
- Represented State of Kerala in the Italian Marines’ case
- Appeared for Daiichi Sankyo, BALCO & others in International Arbitration Cases
Date & Time
31st March 2021 | 06:00 PM (IST)
The event will be streamed live at facebook.com/ddsclc.
Mr. Vijay Pujari: +91-79817 78079.
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Reported by: Debate and Discussions Society, Campus Law Centre Faculty of Law, University of Delhi