Born in New Delhi, on 4th December 1955, and Educated in Mumbai and London, Ramni Taneja enrolled as an advocate on the roll of the Bar Council of Maharashtra (Mumbai), subsequently transferred to the Bar Council of Delhi. She was admitted subsequently as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales (now known as senior courts of England and Wales). She is also a Notary appointed in 1999 by the government of India.
Miss Taneja practices as an advocate in the Supreme Court of Delhi, apart from various other tribunals and courts in India. Ramni Taneja had her schooling in London. She was awarded the diplome Superieur d’Etudes Francaises Modernes in 1975 by I’Alliance Francaise, Paris, France, (Mention Tres Honorable: i.e. Distinction.)
Miss Taneja has written extensively in international and Indian legal journals on various legal issues. She is an author on the subjects of Foreign Direct Investment and Globalization.
Name of State Bar Council where originally enrolled:
Bar Council of Maharashtr
Name of State Bar Council on whose roll name stands currently:
Bar Council of Delhi
Transferred to the Bar Council of Delhi from the Bar Council of Maharashtra on 20th October 1997
Name of the Bar Association of which the Advocate is Member
– Supreme Court Bar Association
– Delhi High Court Bar Association
– Admitted as an Advocate on 17th October 198
– B A Honours [English Literature and French Literature, University of Bombay, 1977