Subimal Chandra Roy (1912-1971) was a Bengali Indian jurist, who served as a judge in the Supreme Court of India.
Early life and education
He was born on 29 May 1912. He was educated at the Presidency College, and the Scottish Church College, both within the University of Calcutta during 1928 and 1932. Thereafter he studied at the University College London (1932–35), and subsequently studied at the Lincoln's Inn (1936–37), from where he passed his Barrister-at-Law examination in January 1937.
He started out by practising as an advocate of the Calcutta High Court from 1937 to June 1971. He was for many years, Senior Counsel, of the Government of India in the Calcutta High Court. He was one of the first three original side practitioners to be designated Senior Advocates under s.16(2) of the Advocates Act in 1968. For many years a trustee of the Deshbandhu Memorial Trust and many other Trusts. He served as Judge at the Supreme Court of India from 19 July 1971 to 12 November 1971.
He died on 12 November 1971.
- Buchanan, Prizeman
- Certificate of Honour by the Council of Legal Education
- Langdon Medal