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Anirudh has a broad practice across Chambers’ core practice areas of commercial, employment, and sports law. He also welcomes instructions in international law and public law, building on substantial work prior to pupillage and in his twelve-month pupillage at a leading public law Chambers.

His significant instructions and advocacy experience to date include:

  • Advising on a £4m asset recovery matter raising issues under the Proceeds of Crime Act and involving multiple jurisdictions (as junior counsel to James Ramsden QC).
  • Advising on the merits of a £250k civil fraud claim (as sole counsel).
  • Acting for a Claimant in a case raising allegations of sexual harassment, discrimination and victimisation, scheduled for a 7 day ET trial (as junior counsel to Lucy Bone).
  • Arguing pro bono for an Indian anti-corruption NGO in hearings against mineral miners, before a Committee comprising retired Indian Supreme Court Justices (prior to pupillage). Anirudh argued against two top-tier Indian Silks over 5 days of hearings. The Committee commended his advocacy.

Prior to pupillage Anirudh:

  • Assisted on a number of landmark cases before the Indian Courts. These include the ‘Rohingya case,’ challenging the proposed deportation of India’s Rohingya refugees. Anirudh continues to provide pro bono international law advice on this matter.
  • Worked as a legal researcher for a UN Human Rights Council body investigating human rights violations, and for the Justice Verma Committee (tasked with reforming Indian criminal law to tackle sexual violence).
  • Worked at a legal aid centre for refugees in Lesvos, Greece.

He graduated top of the year in his master’s degree at LSE, and in the GDL at City University (with one of the highest set of marks ever awarded). As an undergraduate he read PPE at Oxford University, winning a number of prizes for academic performance.

Anirudh particularly welcomes instructions with an India angle, given his background and experience.

He is also happy to consider pro bono instructions where appropriate.

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