Think ten times before becoming a litigating lawyer, Shreehari AneyMay 6 2016
One of the youngest to be designated a senior advocate (he was barely forty-years old), Shreehari Aney began his legal career in Nagpur. After close to two decades at Nagpur, Aney moved to Bombay, becoming one of the most sought-after lawyers in Maharashtra.
At one point of time, Aney had established offices in Nagpur, Aurangabad, Bombay and Delhi. It is not his legal career alone that is of note. Aney is the grandson of Bapuji Aney, one of the most prominent leaders of the Vidarbha . . .
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