Team Details

Sadhana Ramachandran

Senior Vice President

An Advocate-on-Record of the Supreme Court and an alumnus of Lady Shri Ram College and the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, she has completed over 42 years at the Bar.  Her practice has been in the areas of constitutional and civil laws including matrimonial law, administrative law, service law and public interest litigation.

 

She has been associated with the National Human Rights Commission for several years and has been part of several successful human rights investigations particularly in the areas of child rights and education.

 

A lawyer mediator from 2006, she received her Basic Training in mediation in India and her Advanced Training at the S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah, USA and the Strauss institute for Dispute Resolution, University of Pepperdine, and Malibu, USA. She is an accredited mediator of the Singapore International Mediation Institute (SIMI).

 

She has conducted mediations in all genres of disputes (including matrimonial and family, contractual, commercial, industrial and intellectual property), referred by the Supreme Court and the Delhi High Court. She is a member of the Organizing Committee of Samadhan, the Delhi High Court’s Mediation Centre and its former Organizing Secretary. She has also been a mediator trainer for lawyers in several High Courts and District Courts, the Delhi Judicial Academy and the Supreme Court’s Mediation and Conciliation Project Committee (MCPC).  She was a member of the Expert Committee constituted by the Supreme Court for recommending a Mediation Law for India. She is Senior Vice-President of Maadhyam, International Council for Conflict Resolution.

 

She has presented papers and spoken widely in domestic and international conferences. Education, especially legal education is her special area of interest and in that capacity she has been conducting credit courses in several law schools.

 

In recognition of her work in mediation, on 3rd December 2018, on the occasion of Lawyers Day of India, she received an award by the Bar Association of India, the first to a mediator, “for her contribution to the development of the legal profession in India and for her deep involvement and conscientious engagement in the promotion and maintenance of the highest standards of the Bar.”

Meet our Team

A.S. Chandhiok

President

Sadhana Ramachandran

Senior Vice President

J.P. Sengh

Sr. Advocate

Sarika Gandhi

Honorary Secretary

Sakshi Vijay

Joint Secretary

Puja Anand

Joint Secretary

Ms. Jasbir Kaur

Treasurer