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by Rajeev Dhavan,Neil Kibble,William Twining
Author: Rajeev Dhavan,Neil Kibble,William Twining
Publisher: Butterworth Legal Pub (February 1, 1991)
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Rajeev Dhavan; William L. Twining; Neil Kibble (1989). Rajeev Dhavan (2008). Publish and be Damned: Censorship and Intolerance in India. p. 312. ISBN 978-8189487454. 343. ISBN 0406700656. "Q&A Rajeev Dhawan, Senior Advocate Supreme Court of India - 'Our policy is to ban first and hear later'". 9 (8). 25 February 2012.
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Personal Name: Twining, William . Corporate Name: Commonwealth Legal Education Association.
Personal Name: Twining, William L. Personal Name: Dhavan, Rajeev. Personal Name: Kibble, Neil. ISBN 8189487450. "Q&A Rajeev Dhavan, Senior Advocate Supreme Court of India - 'Our policy is to ban first and hear later'".
by Rajeev Dhavan, Neil Kibble, William Twining. ISBN 9780406700650 (978-0-406-70065-0) Softcover, Butterworth Legal Pub, 1991. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. com has become a leading book price comparison site
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Rajeev Dhavan, William L. Marc Galanter, Rajeev Dhavan (1989). Law and Society in Modern India. Oxford University Press. Refugee Law and Policy in India. "Q&A Rajeev Dhavan, Supreme Court Advocate - ‘Our policy is to ban first and hear later’". Tehelka Magazine 9 (08).
Biographical Note: William Lawrence Twining (. 934) has had a. . 934) has had a long and distinguished career in law teaching and has been involved in many projects relating to legal education. He was educated at Charterhouse School, Brasenose College, Oxford and the University of Chicago.
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Senior Advocate Rajeev Dhavan has retired from the legal profession. In a terse letter addressed to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, Dhavan states, "After the humiliating end to the Delhi case, I have decided to give up court practice. Dhavan was designated as a Senior Advocate by the Supreme Court on May 11, 1994. In September this year, Senior Advocate Ram Jethmalani had also retired from the legal profession.