DR. MANISH ARORA
- Current Status: Member
- Position: Director, Universal Law Publishing Company
- Education : Graduation, LL.B., Doctorate Harvard Law School in USA
Law, they say, is a jealous mistress, which leaves little room for other occupations and engagements. Quite exceptionally, Dr. Manish Arora has managed a way around quite masterly and has donned many hats on many occasions with equal élan. He is not just an exceptionally brilliant advocate but has also been an educator, an editor, and an author besides being many other things to many other people.
Dr. Manish Arora did his graduation from Hindu College, Delhi University and LL.B. from Law Faculty, Delhi University and further joined Harvard Law School in USA for Doctorate in Intellectual Property Law.
Dr. Arora, an advocate practicing in the Supreme Court of India, is Director, Universal Law Publishing Company, which is one of the most noted law publishers in the sub-continent. He is Senior Consultant to LexisNexis. He is President Universal Institute of Legal Studies. He has edited and authored a number of books and edits a monthly national magazine for lawyers. He has to his credit numerous articles on legal issues published in several magazines and has also appeared on television as an expert on a few occasions.
On the academic side he is a Summer Course faculty at Harvard Law School USA, Deputy Director Amity Law School Delhi, Visiting Faculty with National Judicial Academy, Bhopal, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi and University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
On the judicial side, he is an Arbitrator appointed by the Ministry of Information Technology, Government of India for Settlement of International Domain Name Disputes, and has also worked as Magistrate in Matrimonial matters in the XVIIth Lok Adalat at Delhi. He is Patent Agent, Government of India
He is past President of Harvard Club of India 2008 -2010 and is presently Chairman of Copyright Committee of The Federation of Publishers’ and Booksellers’ Associations in India.
These are just a few feathers of different colours and hues in Mr. Arora’s well-decorated cap.