Webinar on LAW AS A CAREER by Mr. Rohan Deshpande Council The Bombay High Court

On 19th July 2020 DY Patil Deemed to be University, SCHOOL OF LAW organized an informative webinar Session with Mr. Rohan Deshpande on the topic WEBINAR AS LAW AS A CAREER in conversation with Adv. Abhilasha Mane. The webinar was conducted on the ZOOM platform, at 4:00 PM.


Mr. Rohan Deshpande is a council at The Bombay High Court. He has graduated LLB from Symbiosis Law School, Pune. He has also done his LLM in Competition law and policy from the London School Of Politics And Political Science. He practices at The Bombay High Court and commercial tribunals in Mumbai. Apart from Mumbai he also appears before The Hon Supreme Court, the Goa bench of Bombay high court, and other courts and tribunals including the national company law appellate tribunal. He has handled and appeared in various white-collar crime defense including cases like economic offenses, fraud, immigration restrictions. In college days he has won various national negotiation competitions. DY Patil Deemed to be University School of Law was honored to welcome him for a webinar session on Law As A Career and also as a Judge For the National Negotiation Competition.

Respected Deshpande sir shared his life experience and his journey from law student to a successful council of the Bombay high court wherein he said that he was a recent pass out of 2016 batch from Symbiosis Law school Pune, and he is a first-generation lawyer from his family. He believed that the 5-year law course is a very formative journey wherein one can find their footing and choose what one wants to do, he has tried to explore as many opportunities he also stated comment that it’s very important for a budding lawyer to explore as many as avenues as much one can and totally throw oneself in the field of law. he also mentioned that It is very important for a law student to get into all legal competitions like Moot Courts, negotiations, Client Counselling, Mediations etc, which given an experience as well as exposure to the basic law field. He has been as a council at Bombay High Court for Good 4 four years in his gown and he’s enjoying his profession very much. He also shared some insight and his expertise in law as a conventional career. He also highlighted the fact that internships are very necessary for law students as it helps them grow mentally and undertaking commercial practice with law firm will train one for all the challenges. If one is interested in law but equally interest in business studies can take up MBA and follow their passion, so it’s all about the experience. He also said that for students it is very important to understand the seriousness of internship and practice.