Making Law fun
When we started in the year 2012, the idea was to publish short and simple summaries of landmark judgments related to contract law in India. Moving further, we diversified the scope of this blog to several other interesting dimensions, viz. corporate law, technology law, curated case lists, movie reviews, contract drafting course, to name a few. While Ankit is a highly professional and talented intellectual property (IP) lawyer, Vivek’s career path has been a steady transition from a short stint as IP lawyer to corporate lawyer working with top notch law firm and investment banking company.
Vivek is a corporate lawyer with professional experience of more than seven years in dealing with complex negotiations, drafting and review of contracts on wide array of subjects, including, private equity investment, M&A, joint venture, technology, real estate, to name a few. He graduated from National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata in the year 2013. He is currently working with a global investment banking company in Mumbai, and have worked with tier-I law firms in the past.
Ankit works with an IP-boutique firm based in Delhi and handles complex litigation, mainly pertaining to trademark. He is our in-house expert for any legal opinion related to copyright, design, trade secrets, to name a few. Ankit graduated from Amity Law School, New Delhi in the year 2011. He has an eclectic taste for cinema. He is also ideator of aaLAWchak and flIPstaan . His curated compilation of Case List on IPR is one of our most unique offerings to the IP litigators and academicians.
We love to connect with law students and help them out necessary guidance to navigate their career path, mentor them to write well-researched articles through our Research Scholar programme, and train them with certain practical skills that no law school usually teach and prepare you for. We are constantly on the lookout for talented individuals. Being a part of our team is like having a mocktail – a mixture of hard work, commitment, legal acumen and a dash of out of the box thinking sprinkled with lots of fun!
“Law school teaches you one thing above all: how to speak while saying
― Krysten Ritter