Celebrating Legal Excellence: Winning the India UK Achiever’s Award 2024 – Samridhi Arora

New Delhi (India), March 6: In a momentous celebration of academic and professional achievements, the India UK Achiever’s Award 2024 has recently honored outstanding minds who have completed their higher education in the United Kingdom. This prestigious award not only highlights excellence in the legal field but also serves as a testament to the individual’s contribution and impact, fostering positive change in various sectors.

The India UK Achiever’s Awards focus on recognizing young Indian students and alumni who have pursued their higher education in the UK. Among the diverse range of fields acknowledged, legal excellence has taken center stage, showcasing the remarkable accomplishments of individuals in the realm of legal advocacy, championing LGBTQIA+ rights, and making substantial societal contributions.

The award ceremony, held at the iconic British Parliament, serves as a platform for these distinguished achievers to interact with policymakers and stakeholders in the education sector. It creates an opportunity for these exceptional individuals to engage in discussions that can shape the future of education and social development. This unique event brings together a community of high-achieving Indians, fostering connections that extend beyond the gala ceremony.

One of the key advantages of winning the India UK Achiever’s Award in the legal category is the opportunity to join an elite community of achievers. By being part of this network, awardees become inspirational figures for future generations, showcasing that success is achievable through dedication, hard work, and a commitment to excellence.

Samridhi Arora’s exemplary legal acumen and commitment to justice have solidified her position as a trendsetter in the legal arena, both nationally and globally. At the age of 32, Arora stands as the youngest among all recipients, a testament to her outstanding achievements and dedication to the legal profession.

Expressing her gratitude, Samridhi Arora stated, “Accepting the India UK Achiever’s Award 2024 fills me with immense gratitude. It highlights the significance of collaboration and partnership within the legal sphere. This recognition motivates me to further enhance mutual understanding and cooperation between our countries.”

Recipient of the India UK Achievers Award 2024, she has been twice named among the top independent lawyers under 10 years of practice by Forbes Legal Powerlist 2021 and 2022. Beyond her legal prowess, she champions public policy initiatives, particularly advocating for underprivileged and differently-abled individuals facing legal barriers.

An Advocate-on-Record (AOR) Samridhi Arora, practicing before the Supreme Court of India, various High Courts, Delhi Subordinate Courts, and Tribunals, is an eminent legal professional. She holds the distinguished position of chair for AI4IA within UNESCO IFAP (WGIA) and is an official member of UNESCO’s Information For All Programme (IFAP) Working Group on Information Accessibility (WGIA).

Arora’s academic achievements include a B. Com LLB (Hons.) with a Gold Medal, a BCL from the University of Oxford, Executive Education from Harvard Kennedy School, and a Diploma in Corporate Law and Governance from LSE, UK. She is also the author of numerous articles and the book ‘Piercing of Corporate Veil.’

The India UK Achiever’s Award 2024 serves as a recognition of Arora’s individual achievement and a collective celebration of the rich diversity and talent emerging from the strong educational ties between India and the United Kingdom. The award not only symbolizes personal success but also signifies a commitment to positive societal impact, inspiring future generations and forging influential networks in the legal advocacy and societal progress.

About India UK Achievers Honours:

Now in its second year, Achievers Honours is the most prestigious global recognition for Indians who have studied in the UK. The honours are highly contested and go through a rigorous jury selection. From cancer research to culinary arts, from bureaucracy to business, from law to LGBTQIA+ rights, these achievers are thought leaders and innovators showcasing the best of British study with Indian caliber and acumen. Achievers are based in the UK, India, and countries across the globe.

All the finalists were invited to London and honored at the British Parliament, where they had an opportunity to interact with British members of parliament, policymakers, and stakeholders in the education sector. The final winners were announced and honored in a much-awaited gala ceremony recently in the heart of London among 400 exclusive guests.

Last year, Achievers Honours celebrated 75 years of India’s independence by honoring 75+ Achievers across 8 categories. Bollywood actor Parineeti Chopra; Raghav Chadha Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha; Adar Poonawalla, CEO of the Serum Institute of India, Samir Saran, President of Observer Research Foundation; Aditi Chauhan, Goalkeeper of the Indian Football Team; Menaka Guruswamy, Senior Advocate at the Supreme Court of India; and Somdip Dey, AI researcher among those who were honored in London.

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