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5 Highest Paid Lawyers in India

Updated: Dec 14, 2022


Highest Paid Lawyers in India
5 Highest Paid Lawyers in India -Rajindera Law Academy

There is a rumour that lawyers in India don't actually make much money. Numerous authors have backed this claim, but I don't believe it to be entirely accurate.


In India, practicing law is regarded as one of the most respectable careers. The most crucial benefit of becoming a lawyer is the high social status, employment security, benefits, and compensation.


Trust me, there are lots of Indian lawyers who make even more money than those working in the entertainment sector. Today, I'll introduce you to some of the top-earning Indian Lawyers you may not have previously known. In this post, I will outline some game-changers in India's legal system who demand a "BOMB" for taking on cases on behalf of their clients.


1.Ram Jethmalani

Fees: Rs25+ Lakh per appearance

Ram Jethmalani, one of the most well-known Indian lawyers and politicians, has held positions as both the chairman of the Bar Council of India and the Union Law Minister of India. He is India's highest-paid lawyer. He has represented L. K. Advani in the Hawala scam as well as clients like Harshad Mehta and Ketan Parekh. He gained notoriety for defending Manu Sharma, the main suspect in the slaying of Jessica Lall. He will speak in defence of Lalit Modi, the former commissioner and chairman of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Additionally, he has defended Amith Shah in the Sohrabuddin fake encounter case, Kanimozhi in the 2G spectrum dispute. He also hit the headlines in 2015 when he stated that Mafia boss Dawood Ibrahim had expressed a desire to return to India in the 1990s, but Sharad Pawar, the chief minister of Maharashtra, had declined the offer at the time.


2.Kapil Sibal

Fees: Rs8- 16 lakh per appearance

Kapil Sibal is an Indian politician and attorney who was born on August 8, 1948. Sibal is recognized as one of India's most illustrious lawyers and has defended clients in a number of high-profile cases before the Supreme Court of India. In 1970 he joined the Bar Association. & in 1983, he received the designation of Senior Lawyer.

In the Indian government and society, he has held a number of significant positions, including those of Additional Solicitor General of India (December 1989 to December 1990), Member, Board of Management, Indira Gandhi National Open University, President, Supreme Court Bar Association and much more.


3.Fali Nariman

Fees: Rs8- 15 Lakh per appearance

Indian lawyer Fali Sam Nariman was born on January 10th, 1929. Since 1971, he has served as India's senior counsel before the Supreme Court, and from 1991 to 2010, he served as the President. of Bar Association of India. He has been honored with the 19th Lal Bahadur Shastri National Award for Excellence in Public Administration. Also for his contribution to the legal system and judicial system, he was honored with the Padma Vibhushan, and the Prize for Justice. Additionally, he has appeared in numerous significant cases, including those involving Golak Nath, S.P. Gupta, and the T.M.A. Pai Foundation, and represented the Gujarat Government in the Narmada Rehabilitation case.


4.P Chidambaram

Fees: Rs 6- 15 Lakh per appearance

Palaniappan Chidambaram is a politician and an Indian Lawyer who is currently a Rajya Sabha member. From 2017 to 2018, he presided over the parliamentary standing committee on home affairs. Chidambaram has held the position of Union Minister of Finance for four times.


5.Abhishek Manu Singhvi

Fees: Rs 6- 15 Lakh per appearance

Abhishek Manu is a member of the Indian National Congress and a current Member of the Parliament of India representing West Bengal in the Rajya Sabha, the Upper House of the Indian Parliament. In 1997, Singhvi was India's youngest Additional Solicitor General.. He has aldo served as the former Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Law, Justice, Personnel, and Grievances as well as the former Chairman of the AICC All India Law and Human Rights Department.








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