Aparna Kanampalli has been recognized as The Most Prominent Women Lawyer of the Year - 2022, Bengaluru in Corporate Law Categoryby BusinessMint.
Born on the day when India Captured Dacca, and the day India saw a historical success was born a little brown-eyed girl in a palacial ancestral home surrounded by mountains and rivers in Andhra Pradesh. Blessed to be born in a family of philosophers. Born in Andhra Pradesh, married and settled in Bangalore now, I did my early education in Chennai, and later moved to Bangalore during 1984, and now a true BangaloreanPursued my Law from BMS Law College, and started my practice independently, my first vakkalath was before the Divisional bench of Karnataka High Court. I have never worked in any senior’s office, God was kind in giving ample cases.
I am a successful lawyer, during the first year of my practice, I had about 900 cheque bounce cases in Mysore, and was handling a company liquidation case in High Court. Later, I picked up my practice and had about 358 cases during my second and third year of practice, my teacher in law, who was teaching CRPC, incidentally an author, Mr. Narayanaswamy, who recently passed away, wanted to write a book on my success story, as a lawyer. As I had no time, could not cooperate with him for the same.
Even though I was good at giving presentations in the Court, I was longing to give public speech without any hesitation and fear , I was also facing hurdles of public speaking as many do and now I made up my mind , joined here to learn on how to give a flawless presentation. My Goal is to serve the society to the best of my ability, in whatever the form that is best possible.
I have done lots of cases to people in crisis, free of cost, and by paying them charges for their daily needs, and I have taken care of them like a guardian, expecting nothing from them. I wanted people to remember me for my selfless giving, and get inspired to give more to the society. I would like to Close my Introduction with a positive note by Oscar Wilde: “ The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention”