All India Legal Forum: Webinar On The Topic “Emerging Scope Of Taxation Law” on August 21

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All India legal Forum (AILF) is a platform to provide valuable contemporary assessment of issues and developments in the legal field and put forward quality legal content for the masses. The initiative aims to generate diverse social, political, legal, and constitutional discourse on law related topics for the ever-growing legal fraternity.


AILF is pleased to have support of diverse group of eminent personalities, comprising: Justice A.K. Sikri, Advocate JLN. Murthy, Dr. Vinod Surana, Justice M.K.Sharma, SL Bhayana, Justice Amarnath Jindal, Prof. J.S. Patil, Sr. Adv. Geeta Luthra, Sr. Adv. Amit Trivedi, Sr. Adv. Dhruvin.U.Mehta and many more.


All India Legal Forum after conducting a successful Webinar on the topic “ADR as a Career” with Justice JLN Murthy as a keynote speaker, now has come up with another webinar on “EMERGING SCOPE OF TAXATION LAW” as its main theme. It is scheduled to take place online on Google Meet on the 21st of August 2020. We bring this webinar on the topic “Emerging Scope of Taxation Law” because Taxation Law is a comparatively new field and the growth and career options are ample. The primary aim of this webinar is to provide guidance in tax law for interested students. This webinar helps to clear up the students’ doubts and to increase and improve their future knowledge. The Participants can participate in the webinar from any place with the use of their Computer, Laptop, and mobile phone with a good internet connection. We hope you are as excited as we are. We expect to make it an enjoyable and enriching experience for all.


Daksha has vast experience in International Taxation of over 30 years. Daksha, a graduate from Manchester Metropolitan University, is a dual qualified Chattered Accountant-England and Wales and India. She currently is the Head of International Taxation at the Mumbai office of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas. She has been recognized consistently as one of the top and most highly acclaimed and distinguished tax experts in India. She has a vast experience in International Taxation of over 30 years, and has advised clients on all aspects of taxation, including structuring of cross border mergers and acquisitions, restructuring and re-organizing, as well as spin off businesses to unlock valuation. She has a great deal of experience in advising domestic and foreign educational institutions for their requirements in India. She also has a working experience with firms in the UK, US, European, Singapore, Australian and other law firms across jurisdictions to advise their global and multijurisdictional clients. Clients benefit from her commercial and business-like approach, her deep understanding, and her impeccable knowledge of tax provisions and out of the box thinking to provide solutions with clarity and tax risk mitigating strategies.


“Tax law is relevant in both good economic times and bad; there are tax issues in mergers and acquisitions, and there are tax issues in bankruptcy and foreclosures. Opens significant opportunities and challenges for tax lawyers. Plus, as lawyers acquire more experience and expertise, they become even more valuable. Given the substantive difficulty of tax law, expertise matters. Therefore, time invested in learning new concepts or techniques can pay dividends over the course of a career. AILF brings the webinar with the primary aim to provide guidance in the area of tax law for interested students.


We welcome all students as well as professionals for the Webinar.


The Webinar will be held on- 21st August 2020 at 2:00 PM


E-Certificate of participation to all the participants shall be given.


Google FormClick Here

Last date of registration is 20th August 2020 (Thursday) at 11:59pm (Night)

Registration fees- Rs50/- only.

 Paytm and Google Pay at – 7014286027

 NOTE-In regard of seats constraints, we will be offering limited seats by keeping nominal registration charges Rs50/- only just in the regard of easy allocation of seats with respect to first come, first serve basis. As our organisation is a student run platform, we will not be capable of providing any monetary benefit to you for same.


For general queries,

 E-mail: [email protected]

Phone Number: 9587396925, 8085736166



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