Sandeep S

Advocate, Supreme Court

Founder Designated Partner
Managing Partner (Infrastructure)

Sandeep Singh Tiwari is a Law Scholar, Philosopher, Author, Critic Writer by passion and an Advocate by profession. He is a third generation lawyer of his family. He is a "Life Member" of "Supreme Court Bar Association". He is the founder of a law firm namely REWA&CO. (Advocates & Solicitors) and Founder Designated Partner / Managing Partner (Infrastructure) of AUGUST ATTORNEYS LLP. He is an eminent arguing counsel in the Supreme Court of India and having 22 years vast experience of Advocacy and Consultancy in the area of Infrastructure, Arbitration, Taxation and Criminal Law.

He joined the law profession in 1999 as an advocate in the Super Court of India. In early days, he was a junior of Late V.B. Joshi, AoR, Supreme Court of India, after getting enrolled with Bar Council of Delhi. From 2002 he started his independent practice and within a short time he emerged as a well known figure as an Arguing Counsel for Criminal Law and Labour Law. 

His focused legal practice areas are infrastructure consultancy, arbitration and taxation. He provided consultancy and legal service to Meinhardt Singapore Pte. Ltd., Meinhardt Group, Airport Authority of India, IL&FS, Bajaj Auto Ltd.'s Union, CLW's Union, RLDA, Ecovinal International, Kaveri Agri Care, Hi-Tech Agro Project, UGVNL, MCD And Several Urban Bodies, PSU etc. 

He also provided consultancy to the Ministry of New Renewable Energy, Govt. of India in framing of policy and guidelines for Solar Energy and to the Ministry of Urban Development for Municipal Solid Waste Management. He was a lead counsel for Union of India in notable PIL "Almitra H. Patel Vs. UoI & Others" before the Supreme Court of India, whereby due to his special attention, the Hon'ble Supreme Court had vacated the stay on subsidy of waste to energy projects. He was counsel to the FCI before the Central Advisory Contract Labour Board, Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India. On his advice and report, the CACLB had abolished contract labours in 13 FCI Depots in Uttar Pradesh, India. He is the defense counsel in several notable criminal cases before the Supreme Court including famous mob lynching case happened in police station Dulina, Jhajjar, Haryana on 15th Oct, 2002, whereby five thousands peoples attacked in police station and killed five Dalits who were arrested on allegation of skinning and slaughter of cow. Apart from this, several laws were laid down by the Supreme Court and High Courts on the basis of his legal submission in various notable cases and he also won several Arbitral Awards in disputes relating to Infrastructure.