Shri Gopal Verma

Shri Gopal Verma

Advocate, New Delhi
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Licensed for 35 years
Fluent in Hindi, English
About Advocate Shri Gopal Verma

Gopal Verma is Distinguished Advocate on Record (AOR) at Supreme Court of India, Law Professor at Faculty of Law (University of Delhi), Amicus Curiae at Supreme Court of India, Amicus Curiae & Mediator at National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC), Active Member of Supreme Court Bar Association, Active Member of Supreme Court Advocates on Record Association, Distinguished Member of International Council of Jurists (London) & Counsel for Ministry of Law & Justice of India.

Mr. Verma is regularly appearing before Supreme Court since more than one and half decades. (As per Supreme Court Rules, no Advocate other than an Advocate on Record shall be entitled to file an appearance or act for a party in the Supreme Court. No Advocate other than an AOR can appear and plead in any matter unless he is instructed by AOR). Initially Mr. Verma was associated with Late Shri R.K. Jain (Senior Advocate & Ex President of Supreme Court) & other legal luminaries of Supreme Court. He is passionate about access to justice, gender rights, pro-bono policy in India, environmental law and social change. He loves to read and write in his spare time & participates in various press meetings.

Gopal Verma is a quintessential lawyer, loud, irascible and never afraid of a fight. Gopal Verma’s USP is that he instinctively knows the one point that will appeal to the Judges and he will home in on that. When you go to him for a conference, he will poke through the papers, asking you seemingly random questions in a seemingly interested manner. All the while, he is looking for that one “magic” point that will catch the Judges attention. When he gets hold of that “magic” point, he will start his argument with that knowing that if that strong point does not convince the Judges, nothing else will. He puts the point across with such force and conviction, that it usually sways the Judges. He believes that the Indian Legal System is highly complex, yet there are extremely simple solutions.

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Practice Areas
Family Law
Marriage, Divorce, Alimony and maintenance, Restitution of conjugal rights, Judicial separation, Domestic violence, 498a, Child custody, Annulment of marriage, Muslim law, Other family matters
Property Law
Rights of sons/daughters/wife, Legal heir, Legal heirship certificate, Buying property, Selling property, Partition of property, Tenant/landlord/eviction, Neighbour issues, Sale agreement, Sale deed, Gift deed, Muslim law, Relinquishment deed, Deed of family settlement, Succession certificate, Succession of property, Power of attorney, Builder issues, Wills and trusts, SARFAESI action by bank, DRT/DRAT, Other property matters
Labour
Employment, Leave, Salary and pension, Termination, Relieving letter, Disciplinary proceedings, Other labour issues
Constitutional Law
Fundamental rights, OBC, Writ petitions, Public interest litigation, Supreme Court, Other issues
Business Law
Corporate matters, Business contracts, Arbitration, Share transfer, Winding up petitions, Other business matters
Civil Law
Name change, Passport issues, Date of birth issues, Aadhar card issues, PAN card issues, Legal notice, Civil cases, Civil disputes, Customs/Excise/FEMA, Banking, Loans, Recovery of money, Motor accident, Medical negligence, Defamation, Right to information, Summary suit, Insurance, International law, Immigration, Armed Forces Tribunal, Other civil matters
Criminal Law
Cheque bounce, Fraud/Default, Forgery/Cheating, Breach of trust, FIR, Bail/Anticipatory Bail, Police action, Cybercrime, Trespass, Other criminal matters
Consumer Law
Consumer forum, Consumer protection, Other consumer issues
Courts
  • Supreme Court of India

  • Allahabad High Court

  • Allahabad High Court (Lucknow Bench)

  • Bombay High Court

  • Bombay High Court (Aurangabad Bench)

  • Bombay High Court (Nagpur Bench)

  • Bombay High Court (Panaji Bench)

  • Calcutta High Court

  • Calcutta High Court (Port Blair Bench)

  • Chhattisgarh High Court

  • Delhi High Court

  • Gauhati High Court

  • Gauhati High Court (Aizawl Bench)

  • Gauhati High Court (Itanagar Bench)

  • Gauhati High Court (Kohima Bench)

  • Gujarat High Court

  • Himachal Pradesh High Court

  • Hyderabad High Court

  • Jammu and Kashmir High Court

  • Jharkhand High Court

  • Karnataka High Court

  • Karnataka High Court (Dharwad Bench)

  • Karnataka High Court (Gulbarga Bench)

  • Kerala High Court

  • Madhya Pradesh High Court

  • Madhya Pradesh High Court (Gwalior Bench)

  • Madhya Pradesh High Court (Indore Bench)

  • Madras High Court

  • Madras High Court (Madurai Bench)

  • Manipur High Court

  • Meghalaya High Court

  • Odisha High Court

  • Patna High Court

  • Punjab and Haryana High Court

  • Rajasthan High Court

  • Rajasthan High Court (Jaipur Bench)

  • Sikkim High Court

  • Tripura High Court

  • Uttarakhand High Court

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Office location
Supreme Court of India
New Delhi
New Delhi 110001
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