Jodhpur’s Aishwarya Bhati becomes first woman senior advocate in Supreme Court from Rajasthan
Aishwarya belongs to Jodhpur and is the first woman from Rajasthan to achieve this feat.
Last Updated: March 31, 2019, 10:21 am
Jaipur: Aishwarya Bhati – advocate on record at the Supreme Court – has made Rajasthan proud. She is among the six women who were designated as senior advocates in the Supreme Court. Aishwarya belongs to Jodhpur and is the first woman from Rajasthan to achieve this feat. Aishwarya had pursued graduation from KN College in Jodhpur. After completing her graduation, she enrolled for LLB at Jai Narayan Vyas University. She has been practising in the Supreme Court since 1998. She has been active in the bar also. She was elected as the secretary of the Supreme Court Bar Association in 2013-14 and 2014-15. She currently represents the Uttar Pradesh government as additional advocate general in the Supreme Court. She is also a Panel A lawyer for the union government.
First published: March 31, 2019