Anil Malhotra has been a practising Advocate at the Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh, India since September 1983. He also regularly appears as Counsel in the Supreme Court of India at New Delhi and before other Courts, Commissions, Boards, Tribunals within India. He holds Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Laws (Professional) degrees from the Punjab University, Chandigarh, India and was enrolled as an Advocate in India in 1983. He attained his LLM degree from the University of London, London in November 1985. As part of his LLM degree programme, he studied comparative family law at the London School of Economics. He has also taught civil procedural laws and matrimonial remedies for six years as a part-time lecturer at the Faculty of Laws, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. For over 20 years he has had extensive exposure in handling civil, matrimonial, criminal and overseas litigation on behalf of non-resident Indians residing abroad.
He has represented a large number of overseas clients in Indian courts and has been regularly opining on matters of Indian law in cases arising in related matters in foreign jurisdictions. He has conducted a vast variety of matters in Indian Courts pertaining to interpretation and application of foreign Court Orders regarding divorce decrees, child abduction, custody, maintenance, adoption and property related issues of non resident Indians. Besides this, he interacts extensively with a worldwide Indian population settled overseas in advising them regularly on all issues of civil, matrimonial and criminal law. Additionally, he handles a successful law practice in India in representing a large number of private, public and government institutions in matters of Constitutional, Administrative and Corporate Laws in Indian Courts, Commissions, Boards and Tribunals in Chandigarh and at New Delhi.