Juris Legal

Editorial analysis
    • Established: 2008
    • Partners: 3
    • Lawyers: 14
    • Split of work: Domestic 50% International 50%
    • Offices: New Delhi
    • Practice Areas: Corporate Law; Energy; IP; Infrastructure; Litigation; M&A; Private Equity; Project Finance

    Juris Legal provides clients with comprehensive corporate, IP and disputes advice and is held in
    particular high esteem for its M&A and project, infrastructure and energy work. Alongside domestic
    work, the firm regularly advises clients in transactions and commercial operations in West and North Africa, the EU and the Middle East, being one of the few Indian firms with experience in oil and gas transactions in Iraq.


    Under managing partner Rupin Pawha, who heads the corporate and projects teams, Juris Legal has been appointed by the Indian Ministry of Coal and the Central Mine Planning and Development Institute to assist in developing the methodology and documentation for the award of coal blocks and the model agreement between the government and private developers of coal for permitted end use, all of which has taken centre stage in the wake of “Coalgate”. Other key clients have included Delhi and Mumbai Airports, SUN Group, First Pacific and the Gujarat Maritime Board.