Lalit Mohan Sharma
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|24th Chief Justice of India|
|Nominated by||Collegium of judges headed by CJI R M Lodha|
|Appointed by||President Pranab Mukherjee|
|Preceded by||M.H. Kania|
|Succeeded by||M.N. Venkatachaliah|
February 28, 1928 |
Lalit Mohan Sharma (February 12, 1928 – November 3, 2008) was the 24th Chief Justice of India. He was the son of L.N. Sinha, former Attorney General of India. He served as Chief Justice of India from November 18, 1992 until February 11, 1993.
Passed B.A. Hons. (Patna University ) in 1946. Passed B.L. (Patna University) in 1948. Enrolled as articled clerk in High Court, Patna in 1949. Started practice in High Court, Patna as an Advocate – Feb. 6, 1950. Enrolled as Supreme Court Advocate – March 6, 1957. Later nominated as Senior Advocate. Took charge (oath) as Judge, Patna High Court on April 12, 1973. 
He retired from the judicial service on Feb. 11, 1993.
Family and early life
Lalit Mohan Sharma was born on February 12, 1928 in the village of Musi (Belaganj, Gaya, Bihar). His father, Lal Narayan Sinha, was the Attorney General of India during the Prime Minister-ship of Indira Gandhi and Solicitor General of India from July 17, 1972 until April 5, 1977.
- "Lalit Mohan Sharma passes away". The Hindu. 2008-11-03. Retrieved 2008-11-04.
Madhukar Hiralal Kania
|Chief Justice of India
18 November 1992 – 11 February 1993
Manepalli Narayana Rao Venkatachaliah
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