Shriya Luke

Shriya is part of the Disputes practice of the firm. She focuses on dispute resolution through litigation as well as alternative dispute resolution. Shriya has acted for several international as well as Indian clients in domestic and international arbitrations as well as diverse litigation proceedings with a focus on corporate and commercial contracts.

Shriya also represents the firm’s clients before the Supreme Court of India, High Courts and Tribunals across India. Additionally, she also advises clients on both regulatory as well as contentious matters of Employment law, with an emphasis on laws relating to prevention of sexual harassment at workplace.

She has been practicing law since 2013. Before joining JSA, she was with Tuli & Co.



  • Bar Council of Delhi
  • Member, Steering Committee Young-IAMC Hyderabad



  • Co-authored “Making Alternative Dispute Resolution the Primary Mode of Dispute Resolution” published by SCC BLOG
  • Co-authored “India: A Step Forward: The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act 2019” published by Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Singapore) and Mondaq.



B.A. LL.B (Hons.), Amity Law School, Delhi (GGSIP University)



  • English
  • Hindi

Some of the key assignments in these areas handled and being handled by Shriya amongst others, cover the following:

  • Advised and acted on behalf of World Sport Group in World Sport Group (Mauritius) Ltd v MSM Satellite (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. 2014 (2) ABR 349, wherein the Supreme Court of India settled the law on the limited circumstances in which a foreign arbitration could be injuncted.
  • Advised and represented Venture Global LLC in Venture Global Engineering LLC v Tech Mahindra Ltd. & Anr., 2017 SCCOnline SC 1272. The dispute arose in connection with a joint venture between Venture Global LLC and the erstwhile Satyam Computers Ltd. The dispute before the Supreme Court involved a challenge to an LCIA Award.
  • Advised and represented a renowned construction company in the water management sector before an arbitral tribunal in its disputes arising out a Design-Build Contract with the civic body. The disputes involved recovery of monies on account of variation during the Project.
  • Advised and represented a Canadian pharmaceutical distributor before the ICC in relation to its disputes with a leading Indian water and environment management company arising under an exclusive distributorship agreement executed between the parties.
  • Advised and represented a US based foreign company, in a case brought against it by a leading construction company, arising from a joint venture agreement between the two entities in relation to a construction contract. Disputes involved a delay claim and design defect claims.
  • Advised and acted on behalf of an Indian management consultancy company, before an arbitral tribunal, in its disputes with a leading steel company, arising from an implementation services agreement executed between the parties.
  • Advised and acted for a company before an arbitral tribunal in its disputes with an ex-employee arising on account of data theft and breach of contractual provisions.
  • Advised and acting on behalf of a major national civil engineering company in multiple arbitrations proceedings against governmental authorities/PSUs, in matters relating to disputes arising out of and in relation to hydropower contracts.

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