Geeta Luthra is a Senior Advocate in the Supreme Court of India. She has completed her LL.M and M.Phil in International Relations from the University of Cambridge, U.K and has been practicing law since 1980, in the Supreme Court of Indian and various High Courts of India.

She is the Vice President of the Indian Council of Arbitration FICCI , member ICC India chapter Core committee, member Lawasia and International Association of Family Lawyers. She has appeared as counsel in several landmark cases, and has expertise in myriad facets of law, including Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Arbitration Law, Human Rights, Economic offences under the Prevention of Money Laundering, PMLA Act, Benami transactions and other criminal and appellate remedies before the adjudicating PMLA authorities.

“Truth is a prism, and it has many facets. The facet of one person who is different from 99 others may actually be correct. Certain truths, however are inalienable. Like the right of the person accused to a fair and fair trial- he is innocent until proven guilty” – Geeta Luthra