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“Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.”

Sajan Oomme, Born on 22 nd March, 1963 in an educated middle class family of farmers in a small
village called Edanadu in Alleppey District of Kerala. My village is one of the most beautiful island in
Kerala. He is the 2 nd last of the 7 children to my parents Mr. M.C. Oommen and Mother Mrs.
Thankamma Oommen. Mother passed away in 1991 at the age of 60 and father passed away in
2002 at the age of 85.

He married to Nainu who is also a Lawyer. She was also a lecturer in Vartak College of Vasai. They
are blessed with two sons. Elder son Deepit is now perusing management studies in Canada.
Younger son Akash is perusing 4th year Mechanical Engineering in Canada.


– 1988 to 2006, Profession

Joined the Bar on September 1988 and joined the office of Barrister G.V.Parmar. Worked under him for one year handling various Civil and criminal cases all over Mumbai. In 1999 started independent practice by starting a Law Firm called LAW CHAMBERS. Practiced in the Bombay City Civil Court, Bombay Small Causes Court and Bombay High Court.

In 1989 he was appointed as a part time lecturer in Siddharth College of Law and continued till 1999

Thereafter in 2002 started a legal firm called LEGA APEX.

Since 2006 till date  practice exclusively in the Family matters in Family Court, Bombay High Court and Supreme Court of India

  • Useless laws weaken the necessary laws.
         TO WHOM SO EVER IT MAY CONCERN I have known Mr. Advocate Shri Sajan Oommen, when I was Principal Judge of Family Court, Bandra. He was at that time the President of the Bar Association. I found him to be an energetic, hard working and a frank talking individual. He is a well read and competent and capable lawyer as he had appeared in matters before me. He has also made great efforts in Lok-Aadalat matters and had taken great interest in settling cases. As an individual I found him to be absolutely down to earth, polite, decent in his talk with judges and brother / sister advocates. Wish him all the best in the future years to come. sign
    Komal Mehta
  • Useless laws weaken the necessary laws.
         I Ms Kshema Mohan, Principal of an International School Bangalore came into contact with Mr Oommen a couple of years back. First day of our meeting itself proved to be a great relief as and when I Interacted with him I knew that he is a wonderful human being besides being an eminent lawyer. I must say that there is a very effective councilor in him because talking to him gave me a lot of confidence and erased most of the 'question marks' I had in my mind. He is not only a remarkable lawyer but also very warm person who took care of all the odd moments in our life and I feel very happy to say that he made all the legal processes so easy for us. We are and will always be grateful to him for all what he did to us. I wish all the best to him and may God help him to continue the way he is for ever. sign
    Rohinton R. Vachha
  • Useless laws weaken the necessary laws.
         I have been knowing Mr. Sajan Oommen since the past several years. He has been a good human being and a very good lawyer. He really works hard on his matter and strives to get justice to his client. If need be, he helps in working out matters for settlement, thereby saving time and money of the litigant. Mr. Oommen has appeared before me several times, while I was the principal judge of the family court. I would be failing in my Testimonial, if I do not express the inherent quality of Leadership in Mr. Oommen. He has a good command over the Bar Association and is patient with the complaints of the Members. He has been pro-active in resolving the grievances of the Bar Members. I have no hesitation in expressing my view that Mr. Sajan Oommen is a very good Lawyer and a very capable leader of the Bar Association of the Family Court at Bandra Mumbai. sign
    Laxmi Rao


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