Chambers Middle-East (2019) notes that clients consider Shourav “a very experienced construction disputes lawyer” whose “advice is comprehensive, practical and tailored to the circumstances of the case at hand.”
Chambers Asia-Pacific (2018) describes Shourav as having a “good grasp of the law, particularly international arbitration law, and is very hands-on in the conduct of the matters. He is articulate and also creative in his approach to the legal dispute… attributed to his vast knowledge and experience in handling complex construction disputes”.
Chambers Asia-Pacific (2017) notes that clients praise his “hands-on involvement in cases” and “brilliant service”, “well-read and articulate lawyer with substantial knowledge of construction-related legal issues”.
Chambers Asia-Pacific (2016) refers to Shourav as “first-rate”. He is praised for “his ability to get to the crux of the problem”, his “sharp mind”, and he “looks at things clinically and legally, but also sees what we are trying to do on the business side”.
Chambers Asia-Pacific (2015) notes Shourav’s “forward-thinking attitude” and for being “extremely proactive”.