About Us

Kachwaha & Partners is a full service law firm, with offices at Delhi and Mumbai (Bombay) and associate lawyers in most major cities of India. The main office of the firm is in New Delhi, conveniently located next to the diplomatic mission area. It is easily accessible from all parts of Delhi as well as its suburbs.

The Partners and members of the firm are senior professionals with years of experience behind them. They bring the highest level of professional service to clients along with the traditions of the profession, integrity and sound ethical practices.

Members of the firm are in tune with the work-culture of international law firms as well as the expectations of large corporate clients. The firm has amongst its clients multi nationals, embassies and leading Indian corporations.

Rankings

Figures in Global Arbitration Review (GAR) 100 list of leading commercial arbitration firms.
Ranked Tier 1 by Asia Pacific Legal 500 (2017) in the category of Dispute Resolution.
Declared a “Winner” by the Indian Business Law Journal in the category of Dispute Resolution regularly.
Founding Partner, Sumeet Kachwaha figures in Band 1, Chambers Asia-Pacific in the Arbitration Section since 2009.

Other Activities / News

Partner, Sumeet Kachwaha’s News X ‘Legally Speaking’ interview on Arbitration telecast on 5th August, 2017 (View ).
Partner, Sumeet Kachwaha’s News X ‘Legally Speaking’ interview on Public Interest Litigation telecast on 9th July, 2017 (View ).
The firm organises and conducts an annual all India student essay writing competition on arbitration (Click Here).
The firm conducts the South Asian Regional rounds of the Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot (Click Here).

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Results

Kachwaha & Partners is pleased to announce the results of the 7th Arb Excel Essay Writing Competition as follows:

1st Prize: Rs. 1 lakh

Debaranjan Goswami
National Law University, Delhi
Title: “Preserving Arbitrator Independence and Impartiality under the Indian Arbitration Act: Shift from an Apparent void to a Paradigm of Uncertainty”

2nd Prize: Rs. 75,000

Neeti Amin
Gujarat National Law University
Title: “Interpretation of Section 26 of the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015: A Never Ending Enigma?”

3rd Prize: Rs. 50,000

Aishwarya Agrawal
Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
Title: “Applicability of Part I of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996: From Party-Centric Principle To Seat-Centric Principle and Beyond”

Finalists: Rs. Rs. 10,000 (each)

[Winners shall also be entitled to a book prize]

Aishwarya Agrawal
Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
Title: “Applicability of Part I of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996: From Party-Centric Principle To Seat-Centric Principle and Beyond”

Anubhuti Maithani
NALSAR University of Law
Title: “The Growth of Arbitration in Asia”

Avani Agarwal
NALSAR University of Law, Shamirpet, RR District, Hyderabad
Title: “Bilateral Arbitration Treaties- A Normative and Practical Critique in the Indian Context”

Honourable Mentions: Book Prize

Ayush Chaturvedi
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, LDA, Kanpur
Title: “Emergency Arbitration: Evolution and Issues in Enforcement of Emergency Arbitration Award”

Meenal Garg
University Institute of Legal Studies, P. U., Chandigarh
Title: “Introducing Third-Party Funding In Indian Arbitration: A Tussle Between Conflicting Public Policies”

Rajarshi Singh
National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi
Title: “Clarity in Party-Arbitrator Communication as a Precondition to Preclude Procedural Irregularity: Advocating a Position in Favour of Recent Judicial Interference in International Commercial Arbitration”

Congratulations to all the winners!