Meet The Team
Lakshay's love for work is rivaled only by his love for fitness and coffee. Wearing confidence with pride, he is unafraid of taking risks and believes passionately in the ideas he brings to people. A voracious reader, he enjoys reading scientific non-fiction the most. Is ever ready for coffee and car drives.
A final year student course at Gujarat National Law University, she has obtained training in Bharatnatyam and spend her free time setting up choreographies. She enjoys reading and writing poetry. She also loves exploring new touristy places with her favourite friends and family. Her close friends call her a grammar Nazi when she shamelessly correct their grammatical errors. She also takes a keen interest in sociological issues that challenge women in India and around the world and wishes to contribute towards elevating their position in society to that which they truly deserve. She aims to achieve this by not only empowering women but also by educating the men who surround them, of the role they ought to play.
He is a final year law student pursuing B.Com. LL.B. (Hons.) course at Gujarat National Law University. His hobbies include exploring biographies as well as auto-biographies of legal luminaries. He believes that as a lawyer, one needs to get into the intricacies of the issues involved and being fascinated by the same, he always strives to resolve issues rather than postponing them for future action.
A final year student at Gujarat National law University, Gandhinagar pursuing
BA LLB (hons.)
She is a creativity enthusiast and an avid reader, mostly delving into a lot of classics, mythology as well as new age fiction.
Human rights has always caught her interest since the very beginning as it is something that she can relate to on a personal level.
A third year law student at Gujarat National Law University.
Apart from being a champion in daydreaming, she finds adventure between the pages of books. She is inclined towards non-fiction. Her all time favourite author is Jean Sasson, who retells heart-wrenching tales of women across the middle east. Is driven to work for social causes and aspires to make a difference in every tinie-tiny way possible
Prakhar is pursuing B.A. LL.B from Gujarat National Law University.
Apart from being very enthusiastic about International Politics and its impact on Human Rights Law, he stays up to date with cyber-laws. His love for driving maybe matched only by his love for dogs. Unarguably, he displays a whole new skill-set when put under pressure.
A Third Year Law Student from Gujarat National Law University, she is a proud pseudo-South Indian who has spent half of her life explaining to voluntary listeners that we do not survive solely on banana products. She has always enjoyed a good read irrespective of the genre but the book Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northup has touched her heart in more ways than one. A staunch believer of equity over equality and of objectivity over generality, the rights of downtrodden, especially women, have always stirred a string within her .
Currently pursuing B.Com LL.B. (Hons.) from Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar.
Her passion for human rights stems from the numerous UNHRC Committees she headed and was a part of in Senior school. She has interest in analyzing the pressing issues our country faces and implications of the same. A big rom-com buff, can be spotted binging on cooking videos or flipping through the pages of The Economist.
Vimlendu Agarwal is pursuing B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) at Gujarat National Law University; his interest draws its character by sharing inputs in multiple domains ranging from business commercial laws to social and civil liberties. Apart from classrooms reading books and sports has always fascinated him.
Prapti is a third-year law student at Institute of Law, Nirma University (ILNU). She is a polyglot who enjoys learning new languages and bird-watching. She engages in activities that entail exploration of domestic and international policy making and is interested in analyzing their interconnections with criminal and human rights laws, since she has a predilection for research and writing.
Navya Saxena is a third-year law student, pursuing B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) at National Law Institute University, Bhopal. She displays a penchant for international commercial arbitration, public international law and humanitarian law. Besides law, she spends her time reading Russian literature and English classics, and is
particularly captivated by different genres of music ranging from Led Zeppelin to Chopin.
Roshni Mulchandani is a Fourth Year Law student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad.
With a keen interest in Mediation and Negotiation, she has been active in the Mediation competitions circuit across law schools and have also won many accolades for the same. She has also been an avid writer on various Socio-Legal themes in India such as Marital Rape, Data Privacy laws in India and the Evidentiary value of DNA, etc. to name a few. She has also been a part of IDIA -Hyderabad chapter for almost 2 years and volunteered to mentor and educate underprivileged kids in India.
Swathi Ashok Nair
Swathi is currently a 9 th Semester BBA.LLB (Hons) student at School of
Legal Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Ernakulam Dist., Kerala. She is a Ph.D aspirant, who is keen to take up LLM in reputed foreign Universities. She has presented a total 13 papers in multiple universities across India in various legal subjects.
Kanak Mishra is a Final Year Law Student from O. P. Jindal Global University. She has secured an admission in the LL.M. (International Laws) Program of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, U.S.A and is scheduled to join in Spring 2021. Her areas of interest are International Human Rights Law (IHRL), International Humanitarian Law (IHL), Environmental Law, International Trade Law and Gender Studies. She believes that her intersectional socio-legal understanding is helping her become a more politically informed individual.
A final year law student at NLSIU, Bangalore with an active interest in the intersection of law, human rights and public policy. He enjoys public speaking and debating, especially on themes centered around identity and socio-economic issues. He has a soft spot for raw emotive art, football and hip-hop.
Amulya is an undergraduate law student at NLIU, Bhopal. With a knack for research and writing , Amulya is interested in finding better and more sustainable solutions for equal development of all individuals. For this, she regularly partakes in opportunities which require research into national and international governance and is keen on exploring their intersections with human rights laws. She has been the member of several editorial boards within her institution that have required her to thoroughly research international and national aspects of human rights. More often than not, you can find her discussing latest pop-culture trends with her friends at the campus Nescafe centre!
Shrirang Ashtaputre is a final year student of ILS Law College Pune and is an enthusiastic academician, boasting 8 Publications and 17 Paper Presentations primarily in the field of human rights and family law at several legal platforms in the country. He is an editor with several legal organizations and also assists others in organizing and managing legal events. He is famous for his contribution to The Saviours (NGO) at Pune and as a National Level Table Tennis Player.
Adyasha Samal is an undergraduate law student at Hidayatullah National Law University. She is interested in human rights, with a focus on issues relating to gender justice. Additionally, she also writes blogs on intellectual property laws. Outside of law school. Adyasha enjoys reading, participating in quizzes, and has a deep interest in history
Currently an under grad. student at Gujarat National Law University,Gandhinagar. His nature to care for others, made him inclined towards social welfare. He firmly believes that the main lesson we need to draw is that working on human rights is not a sport for the short-wind but a marathon.