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  Member Since : 03 April 2009  (New Delhi)



Balasubrahmanyam Kamarsu

Advocate, Supreme Court of India

A-16, Kakatiya Apartments,

86, IP Extension, Patparganj, New Delhi - 110092


Tel: +91 9899331113




Date of birth : 18 February 1962 (47 years)


Educational Qualifications : - Master of Arts - Hindi (Osmania University)

L.LB (Osmania University)


Date of Enrolment : Enrolled as Advocate on 14-08-2008

with the Bar Council of Andhra Pradesh

vide Roll No. AP/ 953/2008,


Languages Known : English, Hindi, Telugu


Practice Areas : Civil, Criminal, Arbitration, Law of Contracts, Trade and Merchandised Marks, Law of Indemnity and Guarantee, Insurance Laws, Law relating to Transfer of Property, Law related to Mortgage, Banking Laws, Laws of damages and compensation


Expertise: Drafting plaints, mortgage suits, final decree applications, execution petitions, appeals, revisions, writ petitions, writ appeals, special leave petitions, motions, legal briefs, representations/memoranda, settlement agreements.


Scrutiny and analysis of complex agreements, contracts and title documents.


Acquired good analytical skills, logically examine any issues from different angles and to technology for legal research for reaching rational conclusions.


Attended Arbitration conciliation proceedings for settlements of commercial and family disputes.


Developed good argument communicative skills.


Extensive rapport with senior counsels in Supreme Court as well as reputed advocates across the nation.







Academic and related interests: Extensively reported the five day open court proceedings on fake encounters in Andhra Pradesh conducted by Supreme Court Justice Ranganath Mishra.


Ran a series of articles for a national daily – The Pioneer – on the Constitutional implications of the 11 Judges Bench of the Supreme Court in regard to the Minority Educational Institutions.


Espoused the cause for the Land Ownership Rights of the Tribals of West Godavari District in Andhra Pradesh.


Argued for the effective implementation of Act No. 1/70 in association with SHAKTHI, a NGO.


Actively participated in the debate on 'CULPABLE



Raised a debate on “vigilantism” while reviewing a book by senior IPS officer K Aravinda Rao.


Presented a paper on “Public Interest Litigation” at a national seminar organised by Confederation of Indian Bar at Vignan Bhavan inaugurated by the Chief Justice of India K G Bala Krishnan. The paper was included in the souvenir.


Participated in a national seminar on “Criminal Justice and Recommendations of Justice Malimath Committee .


Participated in a national Conference on “Judicial Activism” at Vignan Bhavan, New Delhi inaugurated by President of India Her Excellency Prathibha Devi Singh Patil.


Actively associated with conceptualization, drafting and filing a case against Government of Andhra Pradesh challenging the Minority Reservations in education and employment sectors.


Actively associated with filing a Public Interest Litigation requesting the Hon'ble Supreme Court for necessary directions to Union Government of India, National Human Rights Commission and respective states for a fair investigation into fake encounters in the wake of Shohrabuddin case in Gujarat.


Achievements: Service-oriented approach to the problems of clients

with patience and sympathy. Belief in analytical approach to social, economic and political issues.





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