Indian Supreme Court to give final ruling on global law firms' practising rights
International law firms' campaign to be allowed to practise in India is set to be passed to the Indian Supreme Court following last month's visit by the Indian justice minister to the UK. Moodbidri Veerappa Moily met with Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke to discuss how to improve the relationship between the two countries, with a particular focus on judicial and legal reform.
Indian justice minister meets with UK Justice Secretary in bid to improve relations
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