Prof. Anand Prakash Mishra


Director Law Admissions and Associate Professor of Legal Practice & Associate Dean (Admissions, - Jindal Global Law School


Institutionalizing pro bono lawyering is a great service to the legal profession and society. I congratulate Mr. K.L. Gupta for this noble initiative and wish it all success.




Dr. Venkata Ra0


Vice Chancellor - NLSIU, Bangalore


Great Initiative !




Dr. Samir Barua


Professor & Former Director - IIM Ahmedabad


Indeed a great initiative. Best Wish to ProBono India.




Dr. J T Desai


Former Dean - Faculty of Law - VNSGU, Surat


This is excellent initiative. I wish ProBono India a grand success.




Dr. Bala Balasubramanian


Adjunct Professor - IIMA & IIMB


Congratulations on this initiative. Truly Inspiring.




Chintan Pathak


Techlawyer & Cyber Law Consultant -


I Knew Kalpesh since 2005 when he was in 3rd LL.B , I found him as a vibrant restless soul who always ready do something for the society and country. As I knew him , he faced numbers of difficulties when he put his bold opinion infront of any authority despite of all odds he continue his journey towards the right and welfare of the society. And that is the result and born of Pro-bono India. I Heartily congratulate Kalpesh for his brilliant efforts and wish all the success for the same. For any Good things , I am with you. Let the Good Make Noise. 




Prem Gera, IAS


MD - Gujarat Alkalies & Chemicals Ltd.


I sincerely commend the initiative of Pro Bono to spread awareness, not only about the legal rights of individuals, particularly from vulnerable sections of society, but also explain to them remedies available to them. Commitments of the Volunteers of Pro Bono needs to be supported in all possible manner as this will help deepening our democracy that will usher the change that we all wish to see.




Prof Ravi Saxena


Assistant Professor - School of Law, NMIMS, Mumbai


In India, doctors, teachers and advocates have been respected for their belonging to the noble-profession, wonder as to what makes them the part of this noble profession and what we mean by noble profession? When I try to search for reasons I encounter that these three professions are respected for their inherent intent of valuing humans and humanity. This is also This way, when I was told about ProBono, I felt that it is worth celebrating and to be a part of this academic movement.

I congratulate Team ProBono in general and Mr. Kumar in particular for the ProBono initiative. I am sure that it will carve a niche in educating many about valuing humanity though sacrifice and education.