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Ranjan Gogoi Justice Gogoi joined the Bar in 1978 and practiced mainly in the Gauhati High Court.In September 2010 he was transferred to the Punjab and Haryana High Court and appointed as thechief justice of the same court on 12 February 2011 He was elevated as a Supreme Court judge on 23 April 2012 with a tenure of six years set to end on 30 December 2018 Madan Bhimarao Lokur A Delhi University alum Justice Lokur practiced in the Delhi High Court and the apex court He qualified and enrolled as an Advocate-on-Record in the Supreme Court in 1981 He served as the Central Government Standing Counsel fromDecember 1990 to December 1996 where he represented the Government of India for all sorts of cases including criminal trials with respect to economic offences Justice Lokurwas appointed as theAdditional Solicitor General of India on 14 July 1998 and continued till February 1999 He served as the chief justice of Gauhati High Court and High Court of Andhra Pradesh before being appointed as a Supreme Court judge on 4 June 2012 As per the Supreme Court website he has an interest in "judicial reforms computerisation of courts judicial education legal aid and services juvenile justice and ADR" Hewas also appointed as a one man committee to suggest improvements in juvenile homes and organisationsunder the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection and Children) Act 2000 and the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Rules 2007 File image of the Supreme Court of India Reuters Kurian Joseph Born in Kerala Justice Joseph began his legal practice in 1979 and served twice as the acting chief justice of theKerala High Court He served as the chief justice of the Himachal Pradesh High Court from 8 February 2010 to 7 March 2013 before beingappointed as a Supreme Court judge the next day He is set to retire on 30 November this year Arjan Kumar Sikri Another Delhi University alum Justice Sikri holds a shining academic record He secured the first position in all the six semesters while doing his LLB and LLM and won prizes and medals for all sorts of extra curricular activities He enrolled with the Delhi Bar Council in 1977 andspecialised inConstitutional cases labour (service matters) and arbitration matters He was appointed as Delhi High Court in 1999 and became the acting chief justice on 10 October 2011 He served as the chief justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Courtbefore being elevatedas a Supreme Court judgeon 12 April 2013 His tenure ends in March 2019 Sharad Arvind Bobde Justice Bobde born in Nagpur practiced law at the Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court for over 21 years He was sworn in as the chief justice of the Madhya Pradesh High Court in 2012 and was appointed a an apex court judge on 12 April 2013 RK Agrawal Justice Rajesh Kumar Agrawal graduated in law from Uttar Pradesh’s Allahabad University He enrolled as an advocate in 1976 and dealt with constitutional company service educational and taxation matters He was also the Standing Counsel for the Income Tax department for the Union government He assumed the office of the chief justice of the Madras High Court on 24 October 2013 before being elevated as a Supreme Court judgeon 17 February 2014 He will retire on4 May this year NV Ramana Born in anagricultural family in Andhra Pradesh Justice Ramana practiced law in the Andhra Pradesh High Court and the Supreme Court of India He was elevatedas theDelhi High Court chief justice on 2 September 2013 He has been serving as a Supreme Court judge since 17 February 2014 with his tenure extending till 2022 Arun Mishra Having served as judge at the Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan and Calcutta high courts Justice Mishra has decided approximately 97000 cases during his tenures He joined the Bar in 1978 and practiced constitutional civil industrial service and criminal matters He was elected as the youngest chairman of the Bar Council of India (1998-99) and also served as its vice-chairman He served as the chief justice at the Rajasthan and Calcutta high courts before being sworn in as a Supreme Court judge on 7 July 2014 with his tenure set to end in September 2020 Adarsh Kumar Goel Hailing from Hissar Haryana Justice Goel practiced before the Supreme Court and Delhi High Court for nearly 22 years He was wworn in as the chief justice of the Gauhati High Court on 20 December 2011 and later took over as the Orissa High Court chief justice on 12 October 2013 He assumed the charge of judgeship at the Supreme Court on 7 July 2014 and will retire on 6 July File image of Supreme Court judge RF Nariman Image courtesy: supremecourtofindianicin RF Nariman Born in 1956 Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman is a Harvard Law School alum He was made the Senior Counsel at the Supreme Court at the young age of 37 as against the mandatory 45 years The CJI at the time Justice Venkatachalaiah amended the rules in order to do so Justice Nariman isan expert in comparative constitutional law and civil law and has 500 reported Supreme Court judgments to his credit He is an ordained priest from the Bandra Agiary and is an avid reader of history philosophy literature and science with a deep interest in western classical music He served as the Solicitor General of India from 27 July 2011 to 4 February 2013 He became a Supreme Court judge on 7 July 2014 and will retire in 2021 Abhay Manohar Sapre Justice Sapre was sworn in asan apex court judge on 13 August 2014 and served as the chief justice of the Manipur and Gauhati high courts prior to it He began his legal career in 1978 and practiced civil constitutional and labour law at the Madhya Pradesh High Court in Jabalpur R Banumathi Justice Banumathi is thefirst woman Supreme Court judge from Tamil Nadu who began her career in 1981 She initially practiced at mofussil courts in Tirupattur Krishnagiri and Harurbefore serving as the District and Sessions judge in various districts of the state She became the Jharkhand High Court chief justice on 16 November 2013 and was instrumental in improving district judiciary infrastructure recruitment and filling upvacancies in the ministerial staff She was sworn in as a Supreme Court judge on 13 August 2014 and will continue till July 2020 Uday Umesh Lalit Justice Lalit enrolled as an advocate in June 1983 and practiced in the Bombay High Court till December 1985 after which he shifted practice to New Delhi He was designated as asenior advocate in the Supreme Court in 2004 and has appeared as Amicus Curiae in several cases He was appointed as the special public prosecutor for the CBI in the 2G scam He was sworn in as an apex court judge on 13 August 2014 Representational image Reuters AM Khanwilkar Born in Pune in July 1957 Justice Khanwilkar studied law in Mumbai and enrolled as an advocate in February 1982 He served as the chief justice of the Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh high courts before being confirmed as a Supreme Court judge on 13 May 2016 He is due to retire in July 2022 DY Chandrachud Appointed as a Supreme Court judge on 13 May 2016 Justice Chandrachud previously served as a Bombay High Court judge and chief justice of the Allahabad High Court (2013-2016) He has practiced law at the Bombay High Court and the Supreme Court Ashok Bhushan Justice Bhushanenrolled as an advocate with the Uttar Pradesh Bar Council in April 1979 andpracticedat the Allahabad High Court till his elevation to the bench He also served as a judge and chief justice of the Kerala High Court before being elevated to the Supreme Court on 13 May 2016 L Nageswara Rao Hailing from Prakasamdistrict in Andhra Pradesh Justice Nageswara Rao practiced at the state high court from 1985 to 1994 in Hyderabad Between 1995 and May 2016 he practiced law at the Supreme Court before his elevation as an apex court judge on 13 May 2016 He also served asAdditional Solicitor General of India twice fromAugust 2003 to May 2004and August 2013 to December 2014 Sanjay Kishan Kaul Justice Kaul began his legal career in 1982 and largely practiced in the commercial civil writ original and company jurisdictionsof the Delhi High Court and Supreme Court He was appointed as a permanent judge to the Delhi High Court in 2003 He also served as the acting chief justice of the Delhi High Court for three days in September 2012 He was also the chief justice of the Madras High Court (appointed in 2013) and the Punjab and Haryana High Court (appointed in 2014) He became a Supreme Court judge on 17 February 2017 Mohan M Shantanagoudar Elevated as a Supreme Court judge on 17 February 2017 JusticeShantanagoudar began his career in Dharwad Karnataka before moving to Bengaluru wherehe joined the Chambers of advocate Shivraj V Patil He began his independent practice in 1984 and mainly dealt with civil criminal and constitutional matters He served as the vice-chairman and subsequently chairman of the Karnataka State Bar Council between 1991 and 1996? 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