I am delighted to introduce Aparna Chandra as a new contributor to the blog. Aparna graduated from the National Law School in 2006 and with a LLM from Yale Law School in 2007. She worked for a couple of years at the National Judicial Academy in Bhopal. Currently, she is a visiting faculty member at the National Law School, Bangalore, and is also working on her JSD at Yale Law School. Her areas of interest include human rights and civil liberties, gender and the law, and judicial process reform. A more extensive biography can be found on the NLS webpage here. She has written numerous articles on the Indian legal system, already made some wonderful comments on the Law and Other Things Blog, and we are very much looking forward to her contributions going forward.
Nick has extensively studied and researched various aspects of legal profession and judicial administration in India. After graduating from Yale Law School in 2006, he spent seven years in South Asia, clerking for Chief Justice Sabharwal of the Indian Supreme Court, and working at Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) in New Delhi on rights litigation involving water and health. He has also taught law at National Law School-Bangalore, Lahore University Management Sciences, and Jindal Global Law School.
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