Ms Malhotra is an expert in arbitration and has authored the third edition of The Law and Practice of Arbitration and Conciliation, 2014.
New Delhi: Senior lawyer Indu Malhotra, who will become the Supreme Court judge, is the daughter of noted lawyer Om Prakash Malhotra. She was enrolled as a lawyer in the Bar Council of Delhi in 1983. She will have a tenure of little over four years as apex court judge.
In 1988, Ms Malhotra qualified as an Advocate-on-Record (AoR) in the Supreme Court. She has served as Standing Counsel for the state of Haryana and represented statutory bodies like the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Securities Exchange Board of India (Sebi), Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR), before the Supreme Court
Ms Malhotra is an expert in arbitration and has authored the third edition of The Law and Practice of Arbitration and Conciliation, 2014. The senior lawyer has appeared in various domestic and international commercial arbitrations. She has been a part of law and justice ministry’s High Level Committee (HLC) to review ‘Institutionali-sation of Arbitration Mechanism in India’.
She is associated with NGO Save Life Foundation and was the counsel in the 2013 case when Supreme Court recommended a number of laws for good Samaritans who save lives in road accidents. She has appeared in a number of educational matters relating to admissions, appointments in colleges and other institutions. She has also appeared in a number of cases relating to environment. She has also served as amicus curiae, to assist the court in a number of cases.