I made the choice of taking up law as a profession with the primary objective
of contributing as much as I could towards the bringing about of reformative
social change. Back in school, I always wanted to take up a profession that
could help me being about a change in the world, and as result I was constantly
meandering about professions like journalism and becoming a doctor until I came
across the legal profession.
As a second-generation lawyer, I already knew about eminent jurists like Shri
Nani Palkhivala and Shri Soli Sorabjee through my father. After
reading about them and after watching different court room debates, I was quite
motivated about taking up this profession. What added to my enthusiasm was the
fact that my father had graduated from the top law school of India, thus giving
me an incentive to write the CLAT.
I did write the CLAT, but I could not make it. But this did not fetter my
confidence in any way and I continued interning, attending competitions and
writing research papers. So far, the journey has been really good, and I thank
God and my family for being there with my all the time.
My hobbies include reading literature classics, watching movies, running,
traveling to exotic locations, yoga, photography, and mentoring. I am into
cookery and baking as well. I am also a pop and country music enthusiast and
love playing the guitar. Furthermore, I would like to thank Legal Services India
for awarding me the Certificate of Excellence for my article titled “Essential
Requirements, Res Judicata and Compromise in Representative Suits under the CPC,
1908”, and hope to continue writing more articles and research pieces.