Abhishek Singhvi is one of India's top lawyers, a man who has fought some of the country's most important-and dramatic-legal battles. In this fascinating book, he talks about the eight most important cases he fought-and the bigger questions of law and justice they pose. From the Sabarimala temple case (he argued against the right of women to worship there) to Ratan Tata vs Cyrus Mistry, the cases in this book touch on issues of free speech, custodial torture, the right to fly the Indian flag, animal rights and state elections. Simply written for the general reader and full of insights, Case Files is a book by a legendary lawyer that will both entertain and teach you about law and the judiciary.
Abhishek Singhvi is an eminent jurist, writer and parliamentarian. One of the seniormost national spokespersons of the Congress party, he is also the youngest designated senior advocate (at age thirty-four), the youngest additional solicitor general of India (at thirty-seven) and the youngest elected vice president of the Supreme Court Bar Association (at thirty-nine). Satyajit Sarna is a lawyer and a published poet based in Delhi.