– Vinod Kothari, Managing Partner ( email@example.com )
In profession as in life, one has the choice of either being a face in the crowd, or be identifiable with distinction. The latter clearly requires the ability to do different things, or common things differently. For company secretaries in practice, while handling compliances and attestations functions such as certification of forms and secretarial audit are common things, but several professionals have earned special recognition by abilities such as advocacy, legal research, rendering of legal opinions, arbitration, etc. This article deals with the art of opinion writing, written specially for company secretaries in practice.
The article has been published in the March edition of Chartered Secretary (Pg. 139 onwards) and can be read here