To me, being neutral is about maintaining balance which essentially covers facets such as listening to each side; coming to the most equitable decision; conveying that you have understood the problem; and most importantly, conveying how impartial you are to both sides. I believe that in all my professional endeavors in life, which vary from procuring and arguing my own cases; being attached to esteemed Senior Advocates; numerous publications throughout law school; various internships at CAM and Khaitan; mooting; client counselling sessions, I have always tried new and different ways to broaden my horizons. I firmly believe that it is the same approach that essentially mediation requires; i.e. broadening the scope for relief rather than going through the pigeon-holed approach prescribed by the rules of a certain Act. So, I feel that I can bring a lot to the table and I assure you that in me you will find in me a hardworking, willing and committed individual with polite yet firm conversation skills, who is certain to be neutral and shall keep ethics at the forefront of all his pursuits.Formerly, worked in the office of Senior Advocate, Mr. Rajiv Atmaram as his junior (July 2019 to January 2020). Currently, taking up both criminal and civil matters at the High Court and drafting various corporate contracts and opinions. Panel advocate for Gail India and State of Haryana. Part of the legal team for drafting charter documents of UT Cricket Association. Dealt with matters related to Service, Bails, Suspensions, Arbitration, Property, Divorce, Contempt, IPR, Cheque-bouncing and Rent.