Junior Associate

Neeraj Bharwani

Neeraj Bharwani

Neeraj joined the firm as a legal trainee in 2020 gaining experience in civil and commercial law.

Neeraj graduated from the University of Malta with a Bachelor of Laws in 2020 with a dissertation entitled ‘The Protections Afforded to Minority Shareholders: A Comparative Analysis Across EU Member States’. He then graduated from the University of Malta with a Master of Advocacy in 2021.

After completing his Master of Advocacy, Neeraj joined the firm as a Junior Associate and forms part of the Banking & Finance and Commercial & Corporate departments of the firm.

Education

  • Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (LL.B.(Hons)) (2020, University of Malta)
  • Master of Advocacy (M.Adv.) (2021, University of Malta)

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MAMO TCV Advocates
Palazzo Pietro Stiges
103, Strait Street
Valletta, VLT 1436
Malta

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