For the first time, RSG reveals its list of second generation lawyers who appeared in the 2010 India report. These individuals were voted, by clients, as the ones to which they would trust their work when the country’s top corporate lawyers are unavailable.
Talk to lawyers on the ground in India and many will say that hierarchy and obsession with status are rooted deep in the Indian psyche. Historically, Indian law firms’ structures bear witness to this. The traditional Indian law firm has long avoided adopting equitable remuneration structures, remaining dominated by individuals or family members.