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Anirrud Goswami


Anirrud enrolled at the Bar in 2007, subsequent to which he gained experience working on trial court litigation. Thereafter, he joined the law offices of his father, Delep Goswami, Advocate and handled litigation at Supreme Court, High Court and Company Law Board. <br> <br> He was also Senior Associate with Dua Associates, Advocates, Delhi, where his primarily practice area was corporate transactions including JVs, M&As and FDI, RBI and SEBI Regulations. <br> <br> At present, he advises Indian and foreign companies under his independent legal services firm, 'Goswami' & Goswami' Law Offices."
Who Needs Goons When You Have

Who Needs Goons When You Have Lawyers?

On 17 February, while the JNU students' union president Kanhaiya Kumar was being produced by the police before the judicial magistrate in Patiala House court, he was suddenly attacked and manhandled by a group of lawyers. Such behaviour, especially by lawyers, raises some important questions that need immediate addressing: Are lawyers above the law? Can they be allowed to act like goons and take the law in their own hands?
16/03/2016 8:15 AM IST