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Name: Ms. Geeta Luthra
Designation: Senior Advocate
Organization: Supreme Court of India
Country: India


She has provided special counselling to several leading environmental matters in the Supreme Court for Delhi Govt. including “Quiet flows the maili Yamuna” for cleaning Yamuna. Ms. Geeta Luthra is a designated Senior Advocate, in the Supreme Court of India. She has an LLM(Masters in Law) and M. Phil. in International Relations from the University of Cambridge, UK.

She has been practicing law since 1980, in the Supreme Court of India and various High Courts of India. She is the Vice President of the Indian Council of Arbitration, FICCI, member ICC India chapter Core committee, member Law Asia and International Association of Family Lawyers.

Has served as a sole arbitrator in many cases of domestic and international arbitration. Being a Senior Advocate, she has argued/represented various Public Sector Units and Private Companies in arbitral disputes She has appeared as a counsel in several landmark cases, and has expertise in myriad facets of law, including Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Arbitration Law, Human Rights, Economic offences under the Prevention of Money Laundering, PMLA Act, Benami transactions and other criminal and appellate remedies before the adjudicating PMLA authorities. Matters relating to insolvency bankruptcy Courts in the NCLT and NCLAT. Special Counsel of the Delhi Government in Supreme Court of India in MC Mehta for Matters Pertaining to Water Pollution including installing Sewage Treatment Plants, Effluent Water Treatment Plants and Acquisition of Land for the said purpose. Counsel in mining matters and infrastructure related issues in National Green Tribunal (NGT).

She has been a speaker at various international fora and has spoken on various burning issues like the Criminal Justice System, recent amendments in the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996, on the need for institutional Arbitration, Gender Rights in employment and Migration, changes in rape laws.

She has attended various Law Asia conferences, has delivered lectures at George Washington, USA and several other international fora, at University College, London, UK and on the Rights of Trans genders at SOAS University London UK (The School of Oriental and African Studies).

GST Implementation and ICA

In order to make compliance with GST, effective from 1st July, 2017, the fees and charges of ICA have been slightly changed. The GST charges @18% will henceforth be applicable on the membership and case fees and charges.