Interviews

Tejas Karia, Partner, AMSS, on the Indian Arbitration Regime

Mr. Tejas Karia graduated from ILS Law College, University of Pune, in 2000. He then went on to pursue his Masters at Sir L A Shah Law College, University of Gujarat, with a focus on corporate and commercial law, before going to London School of Economics and Political Science for a second Masters degree, with a specialization in international commercial arbitration and commercial laws. Mr. Karia is currently a partner at Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co. At the recently organised seminar ‘Changing Face of Arbitration’ at Gujarat National Law University he was invited as a panelist.

The GNLU Digital Media Team requested him to share his thoughts about a few very specific things in the arena of Arbitration.

At the seminar, he speaks to students about:

  • The current state of arbitration in India
  • His diverse experience
  • Advice for students aspiring to a career in arbitration

What advise would you have for law students who wish to take up Arbitration as a career option?

 

What can a law university do in order to generate interest for Arbitration among the students?

 

What are your thoughts on the state of Arbitration Law in our country?

 

After the recent White Industries award which went against India, how do you think it shall affect the Arbitration regime of our country?

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