K Parasaran: “If judges are effective, the Bar will be effective” - In Conversation with Senior Advocate and Former Attorney GeneralJuly 2 2014
A hot cup of filter coffee greets me, as I begin the interview with one of the legends of the Bar, K Parasaran. Moving from Chennai to Delhi to take up the post of Solicitor General, he was made the country’s Attorney General in 1983. Turning eighty-seven this October, the senior counsel speaks about his early years in the profession, his role as a law officer, and the various changes that sculpted the Bar and Bench over the years.
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