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Shri. A.M. BADAR

B.Com, LL.B. 2014-2020

Born on 10th August, 1961 in the family of lawyer and inherited the rich legacy of his father late Shri M.P. Badar.

Did B.Com. and LL.B. from G.S. College of Commerce and Economics, Nagpur and University College of Law, Nagpur, respectively. Stood in second order of merit in both examinations from Nagpur University, Nagpur. Was Executive Member of Nagpur University Students' Council. Was elected as President of Students Union of the University College of Law, Nagpur, in 1984. Was Member of Senate of Nagpur University and represented Law as well as Commerce faculties.

Enrolled as an Advocate on 30/09/1985. Started legal career by joining chambers of his father late Shri M.P. Badar, who was Government Pleader and Public Prosecutor at Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court. Was Standing Counsel for Nagpur Improvement Trust, Nagpur Municipal Corporation, Forest Development Corporation of Maharashtra Limited and Western Coal Fields Limited.

Practiced at Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court on civil, writ and criminal sides. Also practiced at various Tribunals including Labour and Industrial Courts. Was appointed as Honorary Assistant Government Pleader in 1991 and thereafter as Assistant Government Pleader and Additional Public Prosecutor in the High Court of Judicature at Bombay, Nagpur Bench, from February, 1992 and October, 1994 respectively.

Joined Maharashtra Judicial Service as a directly recruited District Judge in November, 2000. Worked as Additional District & Sessions Judge at Akola and Wardha; Member, Industrial Tribunal at Nagpur and Principal District and Sessions Judge at Pune. Also worked in the Registry of Bombay High Court as Registrar (Vigilance).

Elevated as Additional Judge of Bombay High Court on 3rd March, 2014.


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