The Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy in association with The Firm (CNBC TV 18) presents, a series of talks on Great Cases where we will be inviting senior lawyers and retired judges to speak about their landmark cases.
Vidhi cordially invites you its fourth talk in this series by Mr. Sidharth Luthra, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India on the Great Criminal Law Cases of 2014.
Mr. Luthra is an alumnus of Hindu College and Faculty of Law, Delhi University and has an M.Phil in Criminology from the University of Cambridge. He has previously served as the Additional Solicitor General of India.
Mr. Luthra has appeared in various landmark criminal cases including the judgement on right to suicide, age of juveniles, the mercy plea of Rajiv Gandhi’s assassins and the Tehelka case that related to corruption in defence deals.
At the event, he will talk about his experiences in a number of noteworthy criminal cases that came up before the Supreme Court in 2014, including the Subramaniam Swamy case, which related to corruption in public offices and the Sriharan/Murugan cases that dealt with commutation of death sentences.
There will be tea and biscuits before the talk at 17:30 and a Q&A after.
Please note that in light of hectic work schedules during the week, we have decided to hold the talk on a Saturday evening for the sake of convenience.
We look forward to seeing you!