Top 9 Most Famous Indian Women Lawyers

An Indian woman has always been an epitome of beauty, strength and intelligence and the success of the Indian women in various walks of life has proved that they have earned this reputation very deservingly. Like all other professions, Indian women have excelled in law too.

Here is a list of top 9 most famous Indian women lawyers:

9. Alamjeet Kaur Chauhan

An acclaimed Punjabi lawyers and beauty queen is Alamjeet Kaur Chauhan, who won set an example for the Indian women by excelling in everything she did. Besides having dominated the court, she also won the title of Femina Miss India in 1978 and went back to her career as a lawyer after her tenure as the beauty queen.

8. Flavia Agnes

Flavia Agnes

The next name on the list of top 9 most famous Indian women lawyers is that of Flavia Agnes, the Mumbai based lawyer and women’s rights activist. She practices in Mumbai High Court and deals in divorce and property cases. Besides being a successful lawyer, she is also a noted legal scholar, with many of her articles published in reputed law journals.

7. Monisha Kaltenborn

Monisha Kaltenborn

Monisha Kaltenborn is a Dehradun born lawyer who became an Austrian citizen after migrating to the country with her family. She completed her education from Vienna and London and worked with some leading international law firms, till she joined the Sauber Formula One team as the in charge of its legal affairs. She is now the team principal of Sauber Formula One team, becoming the first woman to work in this capacity.

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6. Pramila Nesargi

Pramila Nesargi

Next on the list is the lawyers and women’s rights activist Pramila Nesargi. She started practicing law at a very young age and became the first women to be honored with the election as the Chairman of the Bar Association of Karnataka. She has had her share of controversies too, because of representing some high profile cases.

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