Mr. Aman Tripathi
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Aman Tripathi is a highly motivated, dynamic professional with experience in formulating and presenting complex cases in various Courts of law, including the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and other higher Judicatures and he holds a dual bachelor’s degree comprising a B.Com. and an LL.B. to his credit.
Mr. Tripathi is well adept at employing legal knowledge to meet subject-specific requirements and is a critical thinker with an analytical mindset, is a great relationship manager with excellent hold on public speaking skills and has managed complex cases and brought results to the table under tight deadlines, and he is well seasoned in negotiation and deep-dive research work, is an experienced legal professional with core strengths in courtroom practise and procedures, shows forth knowledge of researching and interpreting complex points of law, and brings an adaptive problem-solving approach and finds innovative solutions.
Aman Tripathi has closely worked with various senior designated Advocates and Hon’ble Judges of Appellate Courts during his formative years into the practise of law and gained innumerable experience and insight on the jurisprudence of law from the corridors of the colossal temple of justice, i.e., the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.
He is skilled at advising clienteles of national and international repute and has catered to the objectives laid out, and is invariably up for answering any last-minute calls by the clients. Despite being preoccupied with a multitude of work, he finds time for advising and aiding poor litigants coming from various classes of society, has ably supported their claims and causes at various forums of Judicatures and has done extensive pro bono work for those who fall short of means and funds to afford an authentic and sterling voice for themselves.
Mr. Tripathi is often called to various seminars and conferences to share his opinion on the various prevalent legal issues. He has also penned various articles and papers to his honour and judged various moot court and trial advocacy competitions across the various parts of the country.
He finds himself engrossed in the realm of litigation and deeply captivated by the concept of Lex Supremus. He unequivocally believes that advocacy is not merely a profession but a service to society at large, and it empowers him to ably represent all who have faced suppression and restraint of their legal rights to the best of his abilities.
‘Enhancing the Police Legitimacy in India: The need for Evidence Based Policing and Policy Making to Police India’.
Indexed at SSRN (2016)September 6, 2021
‘Honey let’s just keep the doors open’: A Critical study on the abrogation of spousal privileged communication in Canada and its implications in criminology.
Published in the International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, Vol. 10, No. 1, July 2017, 1-19. Publisher (York University, Canada)Indexed at the Social Science Library, University of OxfordSeptember 6, 2021
Published in the International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention (IJHSSI) Vol. 2 (10).September 6, 2021