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Ace lawyer Harish Salve marries UK artist Caroline Brossard

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India’s former solicitor general, senior advocate Harish Salve, married a London-based artist on Wednesday thereby beginning a new chapter in his life. The 65-year-old lawyer divorced his wife for 38 years Meenakshi Salve in June 2020.

Harish Salve, who lives in North London, married Caroline Brossard (56) in a church. Reports suggest that the wedding was attended by only 15 guests, as per the rule in London due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

While Brossard looked elegant and beautiful in a white wedding gown, Salve donned a three-piece suit for the ceremony.

As per reports, the couple got married after seeing each other for around a year. They had first met at an art event.

Brossard grew up in the United Kingdom and has an 18-year old daughter. She has a Masters in Fine Arts degree from Chelsea School of Arts, UAL. Salve has two daughters—Saanya and Sakshi—with his former wife Meenakshi.

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While talking about the factors that bind the couple even stronger, Salve had earlier said he and Brossard share a passion for art, theatre and classical music.

Harish Salve is one of the top lawyers in India

One of the busiest lawyers during the lockdown, Harish Salve appeared before the Supreme Court in some high-profile matters, including the one in which he represented Facebook vice president Ajit Mohan in a case against the Delhi Legislative Assembly. He argued in these matters through video conferencing from London.

Raised in Maharashtra’s Nagpur, Salve’s father NKP Salve was a chartered accountant and was associated with the Congress party.

Harish Salve pursued his LL.B. from the Nagpur University. In 1992, the Delhi High Court designated Harish Salve as a senior advocate. He was the Solicitor General for India from 1999-2002.

In 2013, Salve was called to Blackstone Chambers. And later that year, he was appointed to the English Bar.

Salve’s name also featured on the list of silk appointments, which was unveiled by the UK Ministry of Justice in January. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in the same month.

 

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