Editorial Board

Ria Nair (Editor-in-Chief)
She is a Final Year B.B.A. LL.B (Hons.) student from Amity University, Mumbai. She has special interest in Public Policy and Governance. She has worked in the field of Gender Justice and Empowerment and published her following works: An empirical research titled “Evaluation of the Effect of Protection Orders under the Domestic Violence Act, in the Metropolitan Area of Mumbai” in the e-book named Women’s World: Epitome of 2020 by VidhiAagaz; and article on “The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act – 2020 Violation of Privacy vis-à-vis Securing Human Rights”. She has attended workshops with Centre for Civil Society and worked with various policy issues with Aaweg Charitable Trust, Delhi.

Senior Associate Editors

Sulekha
Sulekha is a legal practitioner passionate about exploring creative pathways to global challenges. Qualified to the Bar, she has  legal and policy experience at various organs of the United Nations including UNEP and OHCHR, the Kofi Annan Foundation, NGO’s  & National Public Institutions. She holds a Master in International Law from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Geneva.

Prerna Deep
Prerna is the recipient of British Council’s Great Scholarship for pursuing LLM in Criminal Law at the University of Edinburgh. She holds LL.B. from Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi and English Honours from Miranda House, University of Delhi. Literature gave this forever bibliophile the wings to follow her heart and Law gave her the strength to believe that she too can change the world. As an avid reader and writer, Prerna has authored several Nationally and Internationally published research papers.

Ayush Malik
Aayush works as Legislative Assistant to a Member of Parliament in the Lok Sabha, as part of the LAMP Fellowship. He has a demonstrated history of working in the public policy industry, and has expertise in legislative and regulatory affairs, parliamentary procedure, and public finance. With an interest in interdisciplinary space of law and governance, he has worked on a range of themes in public law, especially constitution and law of crimes. Previously, he was associated with the insolvency and banking practices of Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas. Aayush is a 2018 law graduate from NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, and is an Aditya Birla Scholar from the 2013 batch.

Blog & Newsletter Editors

Nishtha Chaturvedi
Nishtha will be graduating in 2021 from Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA, affiliated to Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune. Her diverse internships with corporate houses, government bodies and start-ups and under litigators or academicians have resulted in immense insights in varied areas, particularly Corporate Laws, IPR, IT and Media. 

Indrasish
He is is pursuing his B. A L.L. B (Hons.) from National Law University Odisha. He has a special interest in Human Rights, Humanitarian Law, Public International Law and Criminal Law. Accordingly, he has presented and published articles and papers in National/International seminars namely: Indian Law Institute (New Delhi) ‘International Conference on Human Rights and Person with Disabilities’, Amity University ‘International Conference on Human Rights of women, children and sex workers’, MNLU‘National Conference on Gender Justice and Media’ edited books and blogs e.g. Opinio Juris, Jurist Commentary (University of Pittsburgh), International Policy Digest. In pursuance to his interest in policy research, Criminal Law and Human Rights he has interned at the NLUD Centre for Criminology and Victimology and volunteered at the Amnesty International Troll Decoders Project.

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