Anushree is a fourth-year law student at Nalsar University of Law, Hyderabad. She’s deeply interested in public policy, constitutional law and criminal law and their intersection. She also works as a Death Penalty Research Fellow with Project 39A. In her free time, she can be found complaining about the lack of free time or arguing for the superiority of fiction over non-fiction
Shravani Shendye is a final year student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. She was earlier associated with LAOT as its Legal Reporter (2020-21) and Editor (2021-22). She has a keen interest in public law and its sociological intersections. Her primary interests pertain to public policy and the intersectional discourse surrounding human rights. She is born in a nuclear Maharashtrian family and is a trained Kathak dancer. She also writes poetry, reads mostly fiction, likes to watch anime, and prefers to stay active in her spare time.
Eeshan is a fourth-year student at NALSAR. He’s deeply passionate about Constitutional Law and socio-legal issues. His days lack predictability, pendulating between productivity and procrastination. His interests are known to change from time to time, varying from sports to abstract art to the outdoors.
Sukrut is a third-year student at NALSAR. He is really passionate about constitutional law, politics and Bollywood.
Utkarsh Mani Tripathi
Utkarsh Mani Tripathi is a fourth-year law student at NALSAR, Hyderabad. His areas of interest are constitutional law, the humanities, and how they coalesce. Previously, he edited the University’s constitutional law journal and organized lectures on public policy. He hopes to build on LAOT’s celebrated spirit of collegiality done well.
V Shanthan Reddy
Shanthan is a fourth-year law student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. His areas of interest include Constitutional, Commercial, and International Laws. He loves watching football and reading books. He likes to spend his free time developing new skills. He was also a tech editor of the LAOT Blog from 2020-21
Goyam is a second-year law student at NALSAR. He is passionate about Public Policy, Constitutional law and Criminal law. In his leisure, he can be found reading about recent legal & policy issues and loves to indulge in engaging conversations about them
Kartik is a second year student at NALSAR University of Law. He is keenly interested in public and constitutional law. He sees scholarship around public law as a tool to make people aware about their rights.
Ishika Garg is a third year student at NALSAR. She has a keen interest in Constitutional Law and the socio-political impact of the same. She can either be seen walking around campus clicking the most random pictures, or binge watching in the library.
Nishka is a second year student at NALSAR university of Law, Hyderabad. Her areas of interest are human rights law, constitutional law and international law. In her free time, she can be found making canvas painting or binge-watching the office for the nth time!
DGV Rithvik is a final-year student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. His areas of interest include Public Policy, Urban Transit and (maybe) Intellectual Property Law. He has been the Convenor of the college’s Academic Committee for two years and the Library Committee for three years. He maintains two of the University’s websites – NALSAR eLibrary and NALSAR Forums. In his free time, you can either find him pacing up and down the Library or of-course, in the IT Department.
Avani Vijay is a 2nd-year student at NALSAR. Her areas of interest are Constitutional law, Criminal Law, and International law. When she’s not on Live Law, she can be found reading up on Art, Architecture, or History and musing over paintings and painters.
Suhani Paruvelly is a third-year student at NALSAR, who is still figuring out what they are doing here. At the moment, they are interested in Contract Law and Jurisprudence. In their free time, they like to lift, go for walks to see frogs, and vehemently recommend TV shows to friends.
Himanshu Mehra is a third-year student. He is into politics and he enjoys reading political history and dramas. You will always find him clicking aesthetic pictures of nature. In his free time, he loves to cycle and travel. He has set the goal of covering all of India before turning 23.
Lakshya is a second-year student at NALSAR University of Law. He has a deep interest in Intellectual Property Law. He never leaves any opportunity where the scope of law and creativity exists. He is a music enthusiast and can be found exploring genres, producing music, or beatboxing in his free time.
Yashashwini Santuka is a fourth-year law student at NALSAR. She is interested in Constitutional law, Technology law and Public Policy.