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A. Francis Julian

Address325, New Lawyers Chamber, Supreme Court of lndia, New Delhi, India, Postcode: 110 001
Phone(+91) 981 15 53 067
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Emailafrancisjulian@gmail.com
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NationalityIndian
Education– Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D) 1985
– Master of Comparative Laws (M.C.L), 1982
– Master of Laws (M.L.) 1978; Post-Graduate Diploma in Criminology and Forensic Sciences (D.C.F.Sc.) 1976
– Bachelor of Laws, 1975; Bachelor of Science, 1972
Bar Admission
Work Experience30 years experience in legal practice; Enrolled as an Advocate entitling to practice law (1975); Advocate, Hight Court of Madras, India (1975-81); Advocate, Supreme Court of India, New Delhi (1985-present); Experience in handling litigation involving both Indian and foreign laws; Wide experience in drafting legal instruments; Drafted private legislative bills and reviewed legislative bills; visiting Faculty, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi; Speaker and paper presenter in several national and International Seminars on Legal and Developmental issues; Expert in Arbitration including Maritime Arbitration.
Present Position– Advocate
– Supreme Court of India.
Past positions
Publications– “International Banking and the Third World Debt Crisis-A Study on State Insolvancies”, Doctoral Dissertation, Tulane University, New Oleans, USA Dec. 1984
– “External Commercial Borrowing and Debt Management”, Money Matters, Jan. 1987
– “Transnational Loan Agreements: Applicable Laws and Practice”, 1987(3) Supreme Court Cases (Journal) P. 49
– “Applicability of Probation Laws to Offenders of New Forms of Crimes”, Issues on probation in India, University of Madras, Madras, India (1993)
– “Procedural Laws on Family Dispute Resolution in India”, National Reporter, International Association on Procedural Law, XII World Congress, Mexico 2003
– “Globalization and Human Rights Violations in India”, Paper presented on 03.06.2004 at Stuttgart, Germany
– “Right to Information” Justice and Peace Commission, New Delhi (2005)
– “Legal Aspects of Disaster Management: An Indian Perspective” Disaster Management Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, (2006)
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