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Prolific writer, a lawyer by profession, paralegal assistant, academic writer, internet marketer, SEO expert, eBook writer and a freelancer in the true sense. Over 7 years experience in academic writing, specializing in legal assignments and legal writing. Educationally sound with a Bachelors Graduate (B.A.) degree in English and Law degree (LL.B.). Currently pursuing MBA. Consultant advocate, real estate and business consultant.
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May 2012

Drafting, Pleading, Conveyancing, Arbitration, Tax Planning

Legal Researcher

Feb 2009 - Apr 2012 (3 years)

Researched case laws, helped in editing legal books and journal articles.



2009 - 2012 (3 years)

BA (English Honors)

2005 - 2008 (3 years)


Bachelors in English Honours (2008)

Kalyani University

LLB (Bachelors in Law) (2012)

Delhi University


Perspective on Arbitrage Pricing Theory

The development of financial equilibrium asset pricing models has taken major importance in the present financial theory research world. These models are extensively tested for developed markets. Focusing on arbitrage pricing theory, this paper tries to analyze its effect in the Indian stock market. The advantages of arbitrage pricing theory (APT) over the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) (single factor) have been dealt with in this paper. Check the paper here:

Role of Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquisition

Ever since the Indian Economy opened itself to the foreign market after the economic liberalization reforms of 1991, Mergers and Acquisitions have become a common phenomenon throughout India. In a highly competitive global environment, mergers and acquisitions have turned out to be one of the fastest strategic options for companies to gain competitive advantage. While a merger is a combination of two companies, with one company merging itself into the other and losing its identity, while the other prominent

Corporate Social Responsibility and Wealth Maximization

Organizations should be more concerned with corporate social responsibility rather than focusing on wealth maximization only. The objectives of an organization are the leading justifications for its existence. Commercial objectives exist to make the maximum possible profits for the shareholders. Wealth accumulation can be termed as the leading motivation for business practice. However, business does not take place in a vacuum. There are concerns of the public who relate with the business that needs to be ad


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