Jishnu Saha is a LLB from the University of Calcutta. Prior to his enrolment as an Advocate in the Calcutta High Court, India, in 1989, Jishnu worked for about 3 years in leading law firms primarily involved in title and other searches, legal and statutory audits and documentation, where he developed excellent documentation skills.
Although Mr. Saha has essentially practiced as a counsel, in order to maintain and hone his documentation skills, he has also undertaken diverse important documentation work relating to contracts, commerce and commercial transactions, joint ventures, amalgamations, partnerships, property, inheritance, succession, banking, mining etc. While practicing as counsel, he has in the course of the past almost 20 years, developed an extensive practice and tremendous goodwill and reputation as a civil lawyer. His particular expertise is in civil, commercial, and arbitration laws.
In addition to practicing in the Calcutta High Court, Mr. Saha appears regularly in many other High Courts in the country as well as in the Supreme Court of India. Many of the cases argued by him are reported decisions. Mr. Saha has appeared in several important domestic and international Arbitrations and is a regular lecturer on Arbitration and Commercial laws.
Mr. Saha was invited by the Council of State Governments of the United States to be trained in mediation and to talk on Indian Arbitration and Commercial laws. Mr. Saha is also an occasional lecturer at the Jogesh Chandra Chowdhury College of Law in Calcutta, India.
Mr. Saha joined Ius Juris in 2007 as Director of India Legal Operations.