Senior lawyer and former solicitor general of India, Harish Salve, married London artist Caroline Brossard in a private ceremony at a London church on Wednesday. The 65-year-old lawyer remarried after being separated from his first wife Meenakshi in June this year. They have been married for 38 years and have two daughters.
Born in Maharashtra in 1955, Harish Salve was the son of NKP Salve, a chartered accountant and associate of the Congress party. Harish Salve pursued his LLB at Nagpur University. He was appointed Senior Counsel by the Delhi High Court in 1992. He was Solicitor General of India from 1999 to 2002.
Salve’s name is associated with a number of high-profile cases around the country. Harish Salve represented India before the International Court of Justice in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case in May 2017. Tata Group and ITC Limited are among its clients.
Salve was baptized two years ago. According to a Mumbai Mirror report, Salve said he has been attending church for the past two years. Senior lawyer Harish Salve has been appointed Queen’s Counsel (QC), the highest professional title in the Bar of England and Wales. His appointment followed after his name was on the UK Justice Department’s designated “silks” list on January 13.
Caroline Brossard is 56 years old and has an 18 year old daughter from her first marriage. Harish Salve met Caroline Brossard at an artistic event.