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As an experienced writer with publications in prestigious institutions such as Oxford University and the London School of Economics, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. My passion for research and writing has led me to explore diverse topics ranging from economics and politics to literature and the arts. With a keen eye for detail and a dedication to producing high-quality work, I strive to engage and inform my readers through insightful analysis and compelling storytelling. Whether it's through academic papers, journalistic articles, or creative writing, my goal is to make a meaningful impact in the world of literature and beyond.
I am a diligent and ambitious individual currently pursuing a degree in Law. I am in the final year of my graduation, which is a testament to my perseverance and dedication toward achieving my goals.
My passion for the field of law and writing is evident from the various internships and publications that I have completed in different law firms and on reputed platforms. These internships have provided you with practical exposure and hands-on experience, which is essential for a successful career in law. My willingness to learn and eagerness to apply this knowledge in real-world scenarios make me stand out as a potential asset to any organization. My experience in the legal field, Research Writing, and academic qualifications will undoubtedly help any employer in achieving the desired goals.
An annual report ‘Free to Think 2021’ was released which factually mirrored the academic freedom that is under attack globally, including in India. Deliberating upon this report, I wish to analyze the current situation of academic freedom in India which not only includes wrongful detention of students and scholars but also their prosecution under anti-terrorism laws.
The Indian media has never been in the best of shape and its rank of 142 out of 180 countries in the 2019 Global Freedom Press Index further corroborates this assertion. However, in the past four to five months Indian Journalism has somehow found a new low. My article, while deliberating upon the factual situations analyzes the current scenario and the future it leads to. Also, there is no denial of the fact that the government plays a major role in this style of media representation.
A total of 198 workers lost their lives during all 4 phases of the lockdown. As per a report by the International Labor Organization and Asian Development Bank, 41 lacks Indian youth lost their jobs owing to the Pandemic. Human Rights Watch reported that more than 1.5 billion students are out of school already. Incidents of communal violence and religious discrimination in the country have ballooned since the outbreak of the coronavirus. This paper in detail discusses the failure of government.
Privacy is a fundamental right and it needs a robust legal framework for its protection. in 2018, the European Union enacted the General Data Protection Regulation placed certain limits on organizations concerning the processing and handling of personal data. In the same year, there was a revelation of a data breach by Facebook and Cambridge Analytica to influence voting outcomes in several countries. This article is a critique of a bill called “Personal Data Protection [‘PDP’] Bill, 2019.
I worked on a diverse range of matters related to commercial and criminal litigation, Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996; Companies Act, 2013; Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002, as well as matrimonial matters relating to Domestic Violence, Divorce, and Maintenance. I regularly visited the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi, the Hon’ble Rouse Avenue District Court Complex, the National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission (NCDRC), and other District Courts of Delhi with our team for assistance
Company: Vardharma Chambers, New Delhi
I worked there from 1/2023 until 2/2023
As a student editor, I was responsible for assisting with the publication process of the journal. This includes reviewing and editing articles submitted by authors, communicating with authors and editors, and working with the editorial board to ensure the quality of the publication. Working as a student editor in the Journal of Corporate Law and Policy can provide valuable experience in the fields of publishing and corporate law. It can also help to develop skills in teamwork and communication.
Company: Indian Journal of Corporate Law and Policy
I worked there from 5/2021 until 7/2021
Assisted in various cases relating to Insolvency and Bankruptcy laws. Prepared case briefs on cases pertaining to Arbitration, IBC, Taxation, and IPR. Researched on topics varying from contract law, IPR, Taxation, Corporate Governance & Restructuring, and Insolvency & Bankruptcy.
Company: AMLegals, A Full-Service Law Firm, Ahmedabad
I worked there from 10/2019 until 11/2019
I worked as a freelancer for a platform called Writerbay where I took upon various requests from clients for the completion of various assignments that included topics of law, Economics, Literature, Geography, etc. My work varied from writing small articles to completing a long research paper. I gained a lot of experience in the field of freelancing and how to approach a given task so that the client is fully satisfied withe the work.
I worked there from 3/2022 until 7/2022