K. Chandra & Co. was established in 1976, in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. As an experienced sole proprietorship, we have consistently maintained our tradition of treating each and every client with equal importance. Our doors have always been open to those seeking legal assistance, no matter how big or small the matter.
Today, our portfolio comprises both individual and corporate clients based in Malaysia and abroad. As we continue to grow and explore new opportunities, we remain committed to providing legal services of the highest quality to all our clients, current and new.
OUR CORE VALUES
Integrity and loyalty are core values that have been associated with K. Chandra & Co. since our early days. These values inspire us to serve our clients' interests and assist them through their legal challenges. Above all, we look to build strong working relationships with our clients.
Though the landscape of KL has changed since we engaged our very first client, our values and professional ethics have stayed constant. That is our assurance to every client who places their trust in K. Chandra & Co. and engages in our legal services.
K. CHANDRA KURUP (1944 - 2016)
K. Chandra Kurup completed his LL.B (Hons) degree at the University of Singapore and was called to the Malayan Bar in 1971. His early years of practice was under the guidance of Dato’ S.P. Seenivasagam at the legal firm of Dato’ S.P. Seenivasagam & Co. in Jalan Hang Lekiu, Kuala Lumpur. It was not long after that K. Chandra established his own firm, K. Chandra & Co. in 1976, having gained invaluable experience from his years with Dato’ S.P. Seenivasagam.
Having been in practice for over 40 years, K. Chandra's areas of expertise included both conveyancing and litigation. He handled a wide array of cases that includes criminal law, family law, probate and trusts, personal injury, company and commercial disputes, employment and conveyancing. He is also a registered Patent and Trademark agent.
K. Chandra was the Chairman of the Selangor and Federal Territory Bar Committee in 1991/92, and was actively involved in the Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee and the Bar Council. He also served as one of the Chairmen of the Disciplinary Committees of the Advocates and Solicitors Disciplinary Board.
K. Chandra sadly passed away in 2016*, and is survived by his wife and four children**.