Women in Law: A Brief of Rights and Representation


On the auspicious day of International Women’s Day, Kaam Bhari Cell in collaboration with Jus Commune has invited reputed advocate of the Supreme Court of India, Adv. Himanjali Gautam to put some light on the issue of Women in Law: A Brief of Rights and Representation.

Law is a profession like any other in India, but it is said to have been a male-dominated turf. That was past tense. As strong-willed women have come blazing through and have made their mark in the field. Breaking stereotypes with their talent and inspiring.

Himanjali Gautam is an Advocate at the Supreme Court of India. She has been handling cases independently, since 2016 and had worked as Legal Counsel for various notable organisations including Zoom Developers.

She has assisted senior Advocate Mr P.H. Parekh representing leading organisations like Reliance Industries Ltd. and people at eminent positions including the President of India and former Chief Ministers. She has had an active involvement as a speaker at various conferences on Inclusive Growth and worked on Civil, Criminal, Revenue, Company, Competition, Environment Law and PIL cases. She has also authored several articles and appears frequently on various national news channels on issues of national importance.