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Namden Chophel ’03 admitted to Supreme Court of India

25 May Namden Chophel ’03 admitted to Supreme Court of India

Namdol Chophel ’03 has been admitted to the Supreme Court of India. Here at Woodstock we take great pride in both celebrating and communicating our alumni achievements. We are delighted to announce to the Woodstock community Namdol’s wonderful achievement. After graduating from Woodstock School, Namdol took a break from studies and was involved in several projects in Bali, Indonesia. On her return, she completed a Bachelors degree in English Literature from Delhi University after which she attained an LLB degree from Campus Law Centre, also at Delhi University. She then took membership under the Delhi Bar Association, and undertook the recent All India Bar Examination. She recently has been appointed junior Advocate in the Supreme Court of India.

In the Whispering Pine of 2003 Namdol wrote of her time at Woodstock and her relationship with her teachers and mentors. “Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for a while and leave footprints on our hearts and we are never,ever the same”

Namdol’s proud parents are long serving staff at Woodstock, Thupten and Dolma Chophel.

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