Read about our Contributors


Please note, contributors on this blog post to express their individual views and opinions. Their posts are in no way reflective of the views or ideologies of their employers, unless specifically stated. 

Anirudh Burman (Blog Administrator. Contact at: aburman@llm12.law.harvard.edu)

Anirudh is a graduate in law from Harvard Law School (LL.M.), and completed his bachelors’ in law from NUJS, Kolkata. He has worked with PRS Legislative Research, Delhi for two years, in addition to a short stint in the law firm Amarchand Mangaldas, Mumbai. He is currently working with the Centre for Policy Research, Chanakyapuri, Delhi. His interests pertain to issues of regulatory governance, and the functioning of government agencies in India.

Kaushiki Sanyal

Kaushiki is a Senior Analyst at the Bharti Institute of Public Policy, Indian School of Business.  She leads the Legislative Research Initiative of the institute.  Previously, she was with PRS Legislative Research for seven years where she analysed key legislation tabled in Parliament, prepared backgrounders and briefed Members of Parliament on various policy issues.  She earned her PhD in International Relations, and MPhil and MA degrees in Political Science from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

Raadhika Gupta

Raadhika is a Research Associate at Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat. She did her B.A., LL.B.(Hons.) from NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad and LL.M. from Harvard Law School. Her areas of interest include legal theory, feminist jurisprudence, constitutional law and sports law.

Bhargavi Zaveri

Bhargavi is a Mumbai-based Solicitor and has an M&A, PE and general corporate practice in India. She is presently part of a research program at Harvard Law School and is researching on investment policy and lawmaking, and the interface between legal professionals and policymakers in India.

Roshni Shanker – ARA Legal Initiative

Roshni Shanker, Sahana Basavaptna and Vasudha Reddy work in Ara Legal Initiative (www.aralegal.in), India’s first and only legal aid program focusing on refugees and asylum-seekers in India. All posts by Roshni will be co-authored by other members of ARA Legal as well. The team members have worked closely with different refugee communities across the world including India, China, Egypt, Mongolia and UAE, and have extensive experience in the area of refugee law and policy.

Vivake Prasad

Vivake is currently a J.D. candidate at NYU School of Law. Previously, he worked at PRS Legislative Research, at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi. He also served for a year as a Indicorps Fellow at a small NGO in Bagar, Rajasthan, working on rural employment issues. He holds a B.S. in Policy & Management and Political Science from Carnegie Mellon University.

Shubho Roy

Shubho works with the National Institute for Public Policy and Finance (NIPFP), Delhi. He was part of the research team of the Financial Sector Legislative Reforms Commission, and works on issues of financial regulation and policy. He completed his B.A.LL.B. from NUJS, Kolkata, and has also worked with Justice Dalveer Bhandari in the Supreme Court of India.

Esha Singh Alagh

Esha Singh Alagh works with Strategic Foresight Group, a think tank that dabbles with International Policy. She has previously worked with PRS Legislative Research and Vayu Aerospace and Defence Journal. She has completed her bachelors in Political Science from Miranda House, University of Delhi. Through her posts, she aims to analyze policy issues closer to home, in India.

Simran Kalra

Harsimran Kalra is a Public Policy Scholar at the Hindu Centre, and an LL.M. candidate at SOAS.  She completed her bachelors’ in law from NUJS, Kolkata. She has two years litigation experience at the Delhi High Court and has worked with PRS Legislative Research, Delhi on accountability and regulatory laws. At the Hindu Centre she is preparing a Report on the role of the Speaker in the Indian Parliament. She is interested in issues relating to civil liberties and democratic governance.

 

Vivake Prasad

Vivake is currently a J.D. candidate at NYU School of Law. Previously, he worked at PRS Legislative Research, at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi. He also served for a year as a Indicorps Fellow at a small NGO in Bagar, Rajasthan, working on rural employment issues. He holds a B.S. in Policy & Management and Political Science from Carnegie Mellon University.

 

2 Responses to “Read about our Contributors”

  1. Avinav Rau April 2, 2014 at 11:52 am #

    I find this blog as a very useful source for undergraduate and post graduate law students. Articles posted on this blog are very much related to the syllabus. Thank you very much.

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  2. Tarsem Sagar September 8, 2015 at 5:34 pm #

    Read today rti brief on Who is Public Authority under the RTI ACT 2005? prepared by Anirudh Burman. The explanation has successfully tried to capture the crux of the issue involved. This kind of brief is indeed eye opener for those who are interested in the Act but do not know the intricacies of the Law.

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