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Lex WITNESS - India's First Magazine on Legal & Corporate Affairs

Issue : Lex Witness October 2016

By SriGro Interactive Pvt. Ltd.

Published on : October 15, 2016

Published Monthly | 78 issues

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Previous Issues

An Overview of The 5th Annual Pharma Legal & Compliance Summit 2016 | Verbatim: Salman Waris, Partner Head - TMT & IP Practice, Techlegis Advocates & Solicitors | 5th Annual Media, Advertising & Entertainment Legal Summit 2016 | Interview: TK Viswanathan, Chairman, Bankruptcy Law Reforms Committee | Literatre: Sai the Lawyer, Vadhan the Writer | National Initiativ towards Strengthening Arbitration and Enforcement in India | Uniform Civil Code: A Debate for Posterity Religious Freedon & Article 44?

The Indian legal universe has close to 5 million individuals. This represents highest number in the world who, directly or indirectly, is a part of it. WITNESS is a high quality monthly magazine with the power of fresh and original content that deals exclusively with subjects on legality. Some of India top-notch practitioners and experts contribute in WITNESS on subjects relevant to all stakeholders in this profession. WITNESS, ever since its inception in 2009, has become India's most credible platform for the legal luminaries here to opine, comment and share their views. With an interesting blend of opinion pieces, commentary, reportage, analysis, interviews and movements, Lex Witness is a monthly magazine that reaches out to the entire fraternity of General Counsel/ Corporate counsel and lawyers and law firms besides key decision makers, luminaries, experts, policy makers, bureaucracy and the industry captains in India.

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