Setting goals, working hard for them, and getting results!
This is the discipline you’ll inculcate in yourself after listening to this conversational session with Akila Agrawal. She has all the qualities that are required to become a successful lawyer. The proof is her 22 years of a successful career as a lawyer at the imminent Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas.
Her conviction, clarity, and fierceness are visible in her answers and are indeed very infectious to the audience.
She speaks about her journey so far, the changes in women's lawyer count she has seen over two decades, and a skill set that is required as a professional in law or other fields. She shares the work discipline that led her to climb the ladder of recognition and success.
Akila has over 20 years of experience in mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate restructuring, and general corporate and employment law.
She has extensively handled acquisitions, disposals, takeover offers, delisting offers, commercial contracts, and SEBI-related matters. Akila has considerable national and international experience, having served several significant clients across a broad range of industries and sectors.
She is a frequent contributor to professional journals, such as India Business Law Journal and In-House Lawyer. She is also a commentator on legal issues in leading publications and newspapers such as Business Standard and The Economic Times
“This session taught me how to be fierce as a woman and make yourself irreplaceable in the organization”- Kashish Gupta, Project Manager
“She is the perfect epitome of an ambitious, hardworking, and goal-oriented woman. The way she didn’t over-glorified her struggles justifies her hugely successful career. She showed me if you want something then you can get it. ” Harshita Singh, Aspiring Lawyer
This is a 45 minutes conversational session with Akila Agrawal, Partner at Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas. The session is led and facilitated by Annirudha Sen, Chief Business Officer, WiT India
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