Jasmine Damkewala is an Advocate On Record at the Supreme Court of in Delhi, India. Jasmine is an alumni of the prestigious ILS Law College, University of Pune. She has practiced law for 25 years at the Bar and specializes in providing legal services to individuals, business sector and companies.
Jasmine’s main practice is at the Hon’ble Supreme Court and the Hon’ble Delhi High Court where she works on Arbitrations. Jasmine has been a counsel in innumerable reported Judgments including many landmark judgments passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court. She also has been appointed as an Arbitrator at the Delhi High Court International Arbitration Centre. She is a favoured counsel for parties seeking amicable closure in matrimonial or commercial disputes via mediation.
Jasmine has a Masters in Journalism and Mass Communications from Symbiosis University, Pune and has briefly worked with print and electronic media.
She has also taken up some high-profile pro bono social causes before the Courts including the issue of Parsi women being excommunicated and discriminated against when they marry outside their Zoroastrian community. She is also known for the Petition to the Delhi High Court on the right to feed street dogs which led to separated “feeding corners” being to be set up in each residential colony where animals could be fed as a Constitutional right. She can be reached at www.jasminedamkewala.com