Shinta Widjaja Kamdani

Dr. Jeffrey Goh Sim Ik

W. K. H. Wegapitiya

Hemant K. Batra

Hemant K. Batra (born 15 August 1967) is an Indian business, public policy, corporate and commercial lawyer.[3][4][16][17][5][18] He was the founder and counsel at Kaden Boriss Global, an alliance of independent and autonomous law firms and legal enterprises, founded in 2003 by Hemant Batra and Preeti Batra.[2][7][19] Hemant holds a position as the Secretary General[20] of SAARCLAW[21] (South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation in Law).[22] SAARCLAW is a regional Apex body of SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation). He has also authored several books on law and policy.[9][10][11][12][13]

Hemant Batra withdrew from all active roles in Kaden Boriss law firm in 2016 and formally quit the law firm in 2019. He now independently practises law as a Legal Counsel. He is seen now in the roles of arbitrator, mediator, conciliator, tutor of law and public policy. He is authoring books for Eastern Book Company.[23]

Kaden Boriss partnered with I-Inspire 2013, a national conference for women leaders, aiming to be a confluence of ideas, a convergence of thoughts and celebration of the spirit of diversity and entrepreneurship.

He is also the chairperson of the Organizing Council of International Infrastructure & Construction Law Arbitration Moot (IICLAM)[24] and member of the advisory board of the Organisation for International Cooperation (OIC) based in New Jersey, US.[25] IICLAM[26] is a joint initiative of Kaden Boriss, National University of Singapore (NUS) and Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), Singapore.[27] He is a recipient of the Mahatma Gandhi Seva Medal.[citation needed] Batra took over as the chairman of the panel of jury for the grant of Aces Awards for Corporate Excellence and Sustainability in Asia.[28][29]

“We are committed to social justice and can play a key role in encouraging legal reforms and disseminating information on progressive decisions, related to human rights, across the legal community in South Asia,” says Hemant Batra on UNDP website.[30]

Batra joined the advisory board of the pivotals, the first ever stakeholders engagement platform.[31][32][33] In his role as a policy specialist and global business lawyer, he was invited to join the leadership team of a well known not for profit organization called Goeman Bind HTO.[34][35][36][37][38][39]

Hui Lin Chit

Thongma Vijitpongpun