Human rights, gender and the law, mass crimes and international law, international human rights law, international criminal law, witness protection, laws related to communal and caste-based violence, laws related to rights of adivasis, laws related to violence against women, family law, and clinical legal education.
Honors and Awards
- British Chevening Scholarship on Human Rights
- Communication and Advocacy Skills
- Constitutional Law
- Legal Clinics and Clinical Methodology
- Social Exclusion and the Law
- Introduction to Law and Legal Methods
- Group Inequality and Inclusive Policy
|1998 ‐ 1999||LL.M. in International Human Rights, The University of Nottingham ‐ School of Law|
|1996 ‐ 1998||LL.M. in Family Law & Human Rights, UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI ‐ Department of Law|
|1989 ‐ 1994||B.A. LL.B. (Hons.), National Law School of India University, Bengaluru|
|2014||Ph. D. (ongoing), National Law School of India University, Bengaluru|
Human Rights (39)
Contribution to Book
Integrating Victims' Rights in the Indian Legal Framework
Pursuing Elusive Justice: Mass Crimes in India and the Relevance of International Standards (2013)
The article advocates an integration of victims' rights within the Indian legal framework, to be balanced with the rights of ...
When 'Protector' Becomes the Perpetrator: Justice vs Impunity
The Official Blog of the Gender Violence Research and Information Taskforce at Prajnya Initiatives (2012)
The article discusses gender-based violence against women by state actors and the ensuing impunity for the same in India. It ...
Summary Observations by an Independent team of Women Professionals
An Assessment of the Impact of the Salwa Judum on the Lives of Adivasi Women (2008)
These are the summary observations made by a team of women professionals that visited Dantewada & Bijapur Districts of Chhattisgarh ...