Mohd Imran (Founder)
Mohd Imran is pursuing LLM from South Asian University, New Delhi (sponsored by SAARC countries). He completed B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) from Aligarh Muslim University, Murshidabad Centre (W.B.). He has worked as Researcher at Indian National Bar Association on project titled “Criminal Justice Administration. He has also served as Student Reporter and the Chair-Person of Editorial Committee at Section for Law Students, Indian National Bar Association. He had been very active in his faculty and was Member of Law Society (2016) and Secretary of Law Society (2018). He has got several articles published in reputed law journals such as Indian Bar Review, IUP Law Review etc. He has been co-editor of two books; Access to Justice: Need for Reforms (published by Faculty of Law, AMU Murshidabad Centre), and Technology-Based Violence Against Women published by RIGI Publication as a project with “Kal Ki Soch.” He has a deep interest in legal and social research work and his areas of interests include; International Law, Parliamentary Studies, Elections Law, Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence etc.
Avantika Bannerjee (Co-Founder)
Avantika Banerjee has completed B.A.LL.B(H) with specialization in corporate laws from Central University of South Bihar. She practices in National Company Law Tribunal, Allahabad and the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad. Her areas of interests includes taxation, companies law, insolvency and bankruptcy etc.
Rida Ahmad (Co-Founder)
Rida Ahmad is a B.A.L.L.B. (Hons.) graduate from Aligarh Muslim University, Murshidabad Centre (WB). She heads “ISLR’s National Awareness Program on the Constitution and Constitutional Values.” She has organised workshop on the above theme in different school of India’s one of the poorest district (Murshidabad, WB). She is committed to the sustainable and inclusive education of all and the empowerment of under-privileged students.
Abhishek Jain (Member)
He is currently pursuing BA., LLB Hons from National Law University, Delhi (NLUD). He is deeply interested in stakeholder theory and its role in better policy making. He has extensively worked with the Pre-Legislative Consultation Policy, and is interested in policy analysis. He is engaged with multiple NGOs and aspires to become a social entrepreneur. Abhishek is associated with ISLR since September 2019. He joined ISLR as Associate Editor and served as the Editor-in-Chief of ISLR from December 2019 to May 2021. Even after completion of his tenure as Editor-in-Chief, Abhishek works with ISLR as core team member and contributes in the growth of ISLR. He is currently working on an edited book titled “Age of Majority.”