The Commonwealth Secretary-General: Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC was amongst the guests at a summer party hosted by a law firm in Kensington Palace.

Founded in 1982 by Mr. Sarosh Zaiwalla, the first Asian individual to establish a law firm in the City of London, Zaiwalla and Co. LLP has been involved in over 1,200 international litigations and arbitrations in the fields of Energy, Maritime and Construction. 

Other guests at the gathering included John Ambrose Cope, Baron Cope of Berkeley, and Janet Anne Royall, Baroness Royall of Blaisdon.

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Mr. Saorsh Zaiwalla, Founder and Senior Partner of Zaiwalla & Co. LLP said, “It gives me immense pleasure to have hosted this wonderful gathering of such esteemed personalities from the legal, political and Indian-diaspora community. From a humble beginning 35 years ago, Zaiwalla & Co. has come a long way in establishing a strong reputation as a leader in the legal industry while cementing India-UK ties simultaneously. 

"The recent success of the Bank Mellat case settlement has significantly added to the celebrations and we hope that we keep working as a team to achieve similar milestones in the future.”

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Besides prominent political figures, the guest list comprised of renowned academicians including the Director of Development of Oxford University India Centre Sara Kalim as well as foreign diplomats and ambassadors including the High Commissioners of Tajikistan, Nigeria, Turkmenistan, representatives from the Embassy of Latvia and Azerbaijan and the Minister of the Republic of Korea.