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High Court of Bombay

Smt. R. S. DALVI

B.Com,LL.M. 2005-2015

Roshan Dalvi had completed B.Com. in 1973 with Specialisation in Business Management and LL.M. in 1978 from University of Bombay. She was appointed Fellow of Government Law College and awarded Merit Scholarship of University of Bombay (LL.M).

She practiced as a counsel on the Original Side of the Bombay High Court from August 1976 to September 1989 in Civil and Corporate matters. She was a visiting faculty at The Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies and Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies for Corporate Law between 1979 and 1989.

She was appointed Judge, Bombay City Civil and Sessions Court in September 1989, served as Principal Judge, Family Court, Mumbai from July 2004 to December 2004 and elevated to the Bombay High Court Bench in June, 2005.

She has conducted workshops for Judicial Officers on various legal subjects at the National and State Judicial Academies.

She was selected to participate in the Judicial Training Programme in Gender and Law at the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK in 1996 and is a Member of the Association of British Scholars (ABS), Mumbai Chapter for undertaking various socio-legal programmes.

She was invited to attend the meeting of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) at Vienna, Austria for the Protocol on human trafficking in 2006.

She has attended the Intensive Study Programme (ISP) in Judicial Training and Education at the Commonwealth Judicial Education Institute (CJEI) at Halifax, Canada in 2009.

She was invited to the Annual Conference on South Asia to deliver the key-note address on Gender Perspectives in the Indian Constitution at the University of Wisconsin, USA in 2013.

Retired on 06/11/2015.


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