Saurabh Kumar is a final year BA LLB (Hons.) student at West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (WBNUJS), Kolkata. He is passionate about child rights and has been part of “The Bridge Project”- collaboration between WBNUJS and Child in Need Institute (CINI) – an NGO that aims to rehabilitate trafficked children. He has also contributed legal articles to various websites.
Varun Varma is from Amity Law School Noida. He is currently in his final year of BBA LLB (H) pursuing a specialization in Business Laws. He has a keen interest in Competition Law, Consumer Law and ADR. He likes to get involved in football and lawn tennis. He likes reading biographies and autobiographies of successful people.
Jayaprada Jayakumar is doing her under graduation in School of law, SASTRA University. Her areas of interests cover Criminal Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law and IPR. She has expressed her opinions on few vital issues through her articles published in reputed websites and publications.Keen political observer and actively takes part in legal aid services conducted by her University.
Miracline Paul Susi is a 4th year law student at School of Law, SASTRA University. Her writing skills may be confirmed from her articles in Kerala High Court Journal, Taxmann and International Journal of Enviro Legal Research.She is deeply passionate about law. She believes that the knowledge in law is vital for all and sundry who is bound by it.
Chinna Abraham is a 4 th year law student pursuing B.A LL.B(Hons) at School Of Law, SASTRA University, Tamil Nadu. Her areas of interest include Criminal Law, Constitutional Law and Arbitration. She has participated in numerous National Moot Court competitions. She does not limit herself to litigation and has also worked with various Firms and NGOs. As an advocate in the making she aims at helping women and underprivileged sections of the society get access to legal aid and attain justice.
Priyanka Priyadarshini is a 4th year student of HNLU, Raipur. Having a keen interest in Commercial Laws and Constitutional Law, she has multiple publications in several peer reviewed journals to her credit and actively participates in moot court competitions. She takes deep interest in legal research and seeks to pursue a career in the same.
Saranya Mishra is currently pursuing her B.A.LL.B.(Hons) degree from ILS Law College, Pune. In a short span of her academic pursuance of law, she has self-taught and gained experience in various fields of law, inter alia Constitution, Taxation, Environmental & Animal Law, Media & Sports Law, International Trade Law and Corporate Law. She has a zeal to work and excel, and her achievements substantiate it. The nature of her activities reflect on her credibility, commitment, multi-tasking skills and passion for law. Her efforts have been praised formally many-a-times at various fora, through recognition, award, letter of commendation, stipend, promotion etc.and informally, when she makes an exception as the youngest.
Shipra is a student of Kiit School of Law, Bhubaneswar having Taxation Law as Honours and has experience in various forums like High Court, The Supreme Court etc. She has worked with eminent dignitaries like Senior Advocate Salman Khursid and Tamal Kanti Mukherjee( Kolkata). She has a wide array of published papers in various journals and universities.
Saransh Chaturvedi is pursuing his Bachelor’s in Law from the prestigious Banaras Hindu University. Participating in more than dozens of National and International Seminar across the country, he feels that deliberation marks how a person thinks in himself and how a person defend himself marks his personality. His core area of interest is Law and Public Policy and have done course in International Law from the prestigious Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi. He has worked in Supreme Court for a month as well as in Allahabad High Court and have done internship in Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. He is the Editor of the book named “Contemporary Issues in Law and Society” and “Contemporary Issues in Indian Society” and has dozens of publication by his name, where research paper ranges from the core issues of Law and Public Policy to Community development to Sustainable Approach.
Vivek Kumar is a student of B.A.LL.B. (Hons.), 6th Semester, School of Law and Governance, Central University of South Bihar, (Gaya), Bihar. He has participated and presented researched paper in various national and International conferences. He has participated in 2016 International Essay contest for young people organized by the GOI Peace Foundation, Tokyo Japan and UNESCO Global Action Programme on Education for Sustainable Development.
Niharika Salar is a 3 rd year BA LLB (Hons) student at National University of Study & Research in Law, Ranchi. Her areas of interest are International Law and Intellectual Property Law. Till date she has done internships at Law Firms, Supreme Court of India, Delhi High Court and NGOs. She has also participated in various Conferences, Moot Court Competitions & Trial Advocacy Competitions.
Aanchal pandey lives by the saying “Life shrinks or expands in proportion with one’s courage. She believes courage is the key to life. She is a learner and always curious to learn more ,everything about this universe.She is more a of person who talks about universe rather than people. Her Articles are knowledgeable, simple and brief which can be enjoyed with a cup of tea.
Aishwarya Himanshu Singh is a self-motivated, aspiring to be researcher. With her first publication at the age of 13, she aspires to excel in the field of legal research and writing. Having had a versatile experience she is currently working on her own venture LEX Cluster.
Pragati Jaiswal is a 2nd year law student pursuing B.A LL.B(Hons) at Bangalore institute of legal studies,Bangalore. Her areas of interest include Criminal Law, family law and Company Law. She has presented a paper in the 2nd International Multidisciplinary Law Conference held at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. She secured 3rd position in the 1st National Online Powerpoint Competition, conducted by Jurisedge. She Volunteered in Lex Fortissimus, BILS 3rd National Moot Court Competition, held in Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies.
Dimple Agarwal is a 2nd year law student pursuing B.A LL.B(Hons) at Bangalore institute of legal studies,Bangalore. Her areas of interest include Criminal Law and Company Law. She has presented a paper in the 2nd International Multidisciplinary Law Conference held at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.She secured 3rd position in the 1st National Online Powerpoint Competition, conducted by Jurisedge.
Sindhuja Krishnamoorthy is currently pursuing 3 rd year BBA.LLB(HONS.), at School of Law, SAVEETHA UNIVERSITY. Her areas of interest over civil law, taxation and Forensic law. She is dedicated to her profession and has a lawyer raised an voice over pertaining legal issues. Mostly, in strong sense her motive to spread legal awareness among the society and she stood forward to conduct Legal aid. Apart from Law school, she actively participated in presentation, seminar, paper publication and also worked in NGOs and Law firms.
Aastha Ananya Srivastava is a curious and a self-motivated girl with great enthusiasm. She is pursuing her five-year integrated law degree from College of Legal Studies, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies(UPES), Dehradun. Currently she is in the 4th Semester of her study, She holds a keen interest in research and editorial work. Company Law, Environmental Law, Civil Law, Human Rights are few of her present interests. Aastha is currently working as Student Ambassador for organizations like Indian National Bar Association and AdvocatesPedia Foundation. She has secured two publications in reputed journals in two year of her study. She is a confident leader, capable of working independently and facing the challenges coming her way by adopting a positive and a practical approach.
Philip Jonathan P, is presently pursuing 2nd Year law at CMR LAW SCHOOL,bangalore. He Has enriched himself in writing articles, publications and presenting papers at various seminars.