Advocate Sujjain Talwar, Partner- Economic Laws Practice (ELP) unravels the intricate web  at WeSchool on 31st August 2013

Legal Professionals however well endowed with the legal knowledge; are often found lacking in their knowledge about business, business practices, management techniques and requirements of real-life business situations. While working as a corporate lawyer or an independent legal professional, a legal professional is often in a quandary due to the apparently conflicting demands of law and business. With sectors like infrastructure, energy, Irrigation, health, Education, Telecommunication, Transport etc getting top priority by Government of India in its developmental plans, the term 'Public Private Partnership' assumes greater significance in the government as well as corporate corridors. Today's Legal Professionals therefore need to summarize and understand the regulatory and compliance aspects of different sectors of economy to facilitate an integrative approach towards a sound business advice to the client, whether government, non-government or corporate.

WeSchool, a leading B School in the country that has the distinction of pioneering a unique Program in Business Management for Legal Professionals (BMLP) will be hosting an interactive lecture session on 'Public Private Partnership', by renowned Advocate Sujjain Talwar, Partner at Economic Laws Practice (ELP) at its Mumbai campus on 31st August 2013 between 10.00-1.00pm.

Sujjain Talwar is a qualified solicitor in India, England and Wales and with over 20 years of experience as a corporate and infrastructure lawyer, has worked extensively on private sector participation initiatives in various infrastructure sectors in India and abroad. Mr. Talwar, a partner at Economic Laws Practice (ELP) in India where he heads the corporate and infrastructure team and also serves on the board of directors of several Infrastructure companies in India where he mainly represents the interests of the foreign investors. He brings to the table the striking blend of an in-depth understanding of local laws coupled with international experience in formulating and implementing mergers and acquisitions and various models of public private participation across many infrastructure sectors including water, roads, major and minor ports and airports in India and abroad.

Individuals who are a part of the legal eco-system like in-house legal counsel, financial advisors, legal compliance officers, 3rd year old course and 5th year new course law students, practicing lawyers, CAs, CSs and employees of solicitor firms are welcome to the free seminar.

For more details and registration please contact:
Ms Shilpa Kadam I 9619599402
Ms Rupal Choudhari I 9833717727


Established in 1977, Prin. L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research (WeSchool) features among the premier Business Schools in India. Run by charitable Trust S.P. Mandali, Pune, all across the state of Maharashtra, WeSchool is ranked 10th among the top private B-Schools, 8th in international linkages by Forbes India in their best Business School survey in July 2011 and ranked 16th in Economic Times - India Inc's Preferred B Schools survey 2011.

Source: By E-mail (August 27, 2013)

Published on on August 29, 2013


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