Nani Palkhivala: The Courtroom Genius

Nani Palkhivala The Courtroom Genius Nanabhoy A Palkhivala was a prominent Indian jurist and economist He grew up in Bombay and his initial interest was in the commercial and income tax laws He was thirty years old when he authored one

  • Title: Nani Palkhivala: The Courtroom Genius
  • Author: Soli J. Sorabjee
  • ISBN: 8180387542
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nanabhoy A Palkhivala was a prominent Indian jurist and economist He grew up in Bombay, and his initial interest was in the commercial and income tax laws He was thirty years old when he authored one of the finest works in Economics, The Law and Practice of Income Tax.He rapidly grew important in courts and ten years after his entry to the bar, he argued in the SupremeNanabhoy A Palkhivala was a prominent Indian jurist and economist He grew up in Bombay, and his initial interest was in the commercial and income tax laws He was thirty years old when he authored one of the finest works in Economics, The Law and Practice of Income Tax.He rapidly grew important in courts and ten years after his entry to the bar, he argued in the Supreme Court of India He was a phenomenon in court Students and staunch followers flocked courts during his sessions He had an unbeatable memory and strong persuasive power He was known for remembering finer details which were barely known facts.The book chronicles the journey of Nani Palkhivala as a lawyer and contains greatly known incidents of his arguments in court His cases at the Supreme Court include the Mandal Commission, Bank Nationalisation, the Election Commission, Privy Purses, and Golak Nath among others He also represented India in three international disputes.He was a formidable wall for his opponents, and his style of argument was one of a kind He was known to have initially rejected a seat in the Supreme Court, and after a great deal of persuasion, he accepted the post of Attorney General His lectures on annual budgets always had a huge audience.His final days were the most painful for his followers, as he was taken critically ill by Alzheimer s disease He could not remember details as effectively as he used to during cases in court After a prolonged illness and mental degeneration, he breathed his last in December 2002, at the age of 82.About The AuthorsSoli J Sorabjee is an Indian jurist and former Attorney General of India.He has authored many books in law, some of them being Famous Judges, Lawyers and Cases of Bombay, How to Be Happy, Law and Justice An Anthology, and World of All Human Rights Apart from books, he has also written columns for The Indian Express, and articles in journals like Commonwealth Law Journal Bulletin and Public Law.He was born and educat

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