Ronnie S. Brara

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Ronnie S. Brara
Residence

New Delhi

Nationality

Indian

Citizenship

Indian

Occupation

Lawyer

Enrollment No.

D-6336/17

Phone

8882228686

Tell me about yourself ?

Ronnie’s expertise lies in Banking, finance and insolvency laws and regularly handles Debt Recovery, SARFAESI and Cheque Bouncing matters and is regularly appearing before the Debt Recovery Tribunals, Debt Recovery Appellate Tribunals and other fora.

He also has keen interest in Intellectual Property Rights and is regularly appearing before The Trademark Registry, The Copyrights Office and Intellectual Property Appellate Tribunal representing domestic and international clients from various industries and technological fields for Intellectual Property Portfolio Management and Prosecution. As a part of his advisory profile, he has also assisted the firm in various civil and criminal trials before various Courts/Tribunals.

What inspired you to make your career in the field of law?

Diverse Legal Career Options. The complexities of our legal system have created hundreds of legal career options that serve a variety of core and non-core legal functions, Growth and Opportunity, Diverse Practice Areas, Intellectual Challenges and Prosperity. The determination required to study law really allows those willing to push themselves a chance to grow and develop academically. The exposure to the detail of several complex areas of law can open your eyes to a whole new perspective; not only on law itself but also on the human life it is so closely connected with.

What are your strengths?

A keen Learner and knows how deal with clientage and work related public interaction. A good team player who always work hand in hand with colleagues and doesn't possesses competitive spirit within or ill faith.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years? 10 years?

A prosperous legal practitioner serving clients upon almost every aspect of civil and/or criminal laws. Presently looking for international clientage in order to receive exposure in the field of Intellectual Property and Immigration laws and other tax related matters

Tell me about an accomplishment you are most proud of.

Have being acquired a LL.M. Degree in corporate laws which helps me achieving work related assignments. The practical approach of the degree has helped me in every possible way to assist my professional tasks and hence was of an immense satisfaction to me

What is your dream job?

To be an internationally working legal professional in the field of taxation, debt recovery and Intellectual Property. This shall sharpen my experience to a next level and at par with many respectable people of the legal fraternity out there and equip me with better legal approach

What would you look to accomplish in the first 30 days/60 days/90 days on the legal job?

Legal field is a never ending learning process and requires regular diligence and student like approach and hence defining timelines are not advised. Its well said that a lawyer is always a student and once he stops being so, he cannot rise in this field.

Discuss your educational background.

Did Schooling from CBSE affiliated school located in New Delhi and thereafter perused B.A. LL.B (Hons.) from Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida. Further, in order to gain more literary and practical knowledge and exposure, have acquired a LL.M. in Corporate Laws from Amity University, Haryana

Tell me how you handled a difficult situation.

Truly, there is only one guarantee in this lifetime, and that is there are no guarantees. From the time that you wake up to the time your bed hits the pillow at night, any number of difficult and stressful situations can occur. At the risk of sounding cliché, it is how you respond to these situations that might make all the difference. I really look up to a quote of William J. Clinton, 42nd President of the United States, "Sometimes when people are under stress, they hate to think, and it’s the time when they most need to think.”. Hence, Having optimum self confidence and self motivation always works

What motivates you?

The fact that the hardworking intent shall pay off in coming years. As discussed, The determination required to study law really allows those willing to push themselves a chance to grow and develop academically. The exposure to the detail of several complex areas of law can open your eyes to a whole new perspective; not only on law itself but also on the human life it is so closely connected with.

Are you a leader or a follower?

Presently a follower as the legal field is a never ending learning process. Legal field is a never ending learning process and requires regular diligence and student like approach. Its well said that a lawyer is always a student and once he stops being so, he cannot rise in this field.

What was the last law book you’ve read for knowledge?

Work Related Statues and Acts

Your interests apart from studies?

Loves to ride a motorcycle and have done quite a few expeditions throughout northern part of India and explored the remotest of places. It calms me down and gives the required break from daily work routine. Apart from that, Love playing hockey on weekends.

The best experience and a success habit you would like to share for our readers that would encourage them.

Dont underestimate your potential and never fall back from exploring new things in life. Legal field is a never ending learning process and requires regular diligence and student like approach and hence defining timelines are not advised. Its well said that a lawyer is always a student and once he stops being so, he cannot rise in this field.

Advocates Pedia Foundation have committed to establish Advocatespedia like Wikipedia, Any Opinion or Suggestions?

Its a great thought as the newer generations and budding lawyers shall be available with real life experiences and life inside out of the most prominent and experienced lawyers out there. It shall serve as a orientation path to learn nicks and nicks of the legal field and positive approach to life

Where are you working currently?

Working as an Associate with Tandon & Co. managed by Mr. Kunal Tandon. My work related area lies in Banking, finance and insolvency laws and regularly handles Debt Recovery, SARFAESI and Cheque Bouncing matters and is regularly appearing before the Debt Recovery Tribunals, Debt Recovery Appellate Tribunals and other fora.

Any suggestion for new lawyer?

Just be calm and future oriented as this field required alot of time to mature and reap benefits/prosperity. My advice for new lawyers is to start somewhere. Find a job. Try it out for a while. Don’t be afraid to cut and run if you realize that the job is making you miserable or if you find something you love more. Even in a good economy, your career as a new lawyer likely would not have been exactly what you pictured as a law student. In a bad economy, you have to move faster and pivot harder, but you will still find a way forward.

Interviewed by

Vania Kapoor