Dayaar SinglaStudent Editor-in-Chief
Vishal RakhechaStudent Editor-in-Chief
Bhavisha SharmaLegal Editor
DGV RithvikTechnical Editor
Gayatri GuptaLegal Editor
Krishna MohanSocial Media Editor
Mohini ParghiLegal Editor
Mustafa RajkotwalaLegal Editor
V.Shanthan ReddyAssociate Technical Editor
Chitranksha KumariLegal Reporter
Sahil AggarwalLegal Reporter
Mariyam MayanLegal Reporter
Shravani ShendyeLegal Reporter
Dayaar is a final year student at NALSAR. He is deeply interested in public policy, technology laws and gooey chocolate cakes. He co-founded the NALSAR Litigation & Advocacy Project, which has worked on Foreigners Tribunals in Assam, fake news & disinformation amongst other issues. He also serves as the Editor of the Indian Journal of Intellectual Property Law. He was invited to testify before the US Trade Representative for the 2019 Special 301 Report, for which he received SCU Law Dean’s Special Travel Grant. He can be found @dayaar_s reminiscing about the pre-lockdown times at NALSAR when he could crib to more people.
Vishal Rakhecha is a fifth-year law student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. He is deeply interested in technology and IP law. He is also a Public Resource Fellow with public.resource.org. He is most comfortable sitting in the library sipping tea, while listening to a podcast or Pakistani Rock.
- Vishal Rakhecha: Shweta Rao
Bhavisha is a penultimate year law student at NALSAR. She joined LAOT as a Legal Reporter as another enthusiastic first-year who wanted to do everything. However, now she is deeply interested in Human Rights Law with key emphasis on Women Rights. Since 2019, she has attempted to reduce her carbon footprint and hasn’t used single-use plastics like straws, cups etc. She can be found ravishing cheesy pastas in aesthetic cafes (or alternatively during lockdown on her phone she watches food videos and cries).
DGV Rithvik is a third-year student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. His areas of interest include Public Policy, Linguistic Human Rights and has a great interest in technology. He maintains two of the University’s website – NALSAR eLibrary and NALSAR Forums. In his free time, you can either find him listening to music or of course – in the University’s IT Department.
Gayatri is a fourth-year student at NALSAR University of Law. She has a keen interest in Refugee laws, Constitutional Law, and public health laws. These days, she can be found chilling with doggos and honing her binge-watching skills.
Krishna is a final-year student at NALSAR University of Law. A member of the University’s Committee on Constitutional Amendments, her areas of interest include Constitutional Law, Gender and Law, Dalit rights and criminal justice reform. Her time, when not consumed by law school, was mostly spent on twitter, reddit, tumblr (.. you name it!), so she decided to put it to productive use for LAOT and.. 280 characters up!
Mohini is a 4th year student at NALSAR University of Law. She takes an avid interest in antitrust and technology laws, public law, and telling people what to do. Her greatest ambition is to earn enough to be able to own and play as many musical instruments as possible.
Mustafa is a third-year student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. His research interests include public policy, intellectual property laws and human rights discourse. He likes reading about religion and philosophy in his free time. Furthermore, he is passionate about theatre, singing and cooking.
Shanthan is a third-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.
Chitranksha is a third-year student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. Her areas of interest include Human Rights Law and Criminological Psychology, and she aspires to work in these fields in the future.
Sahil is second-year student at NALSAR. He is an enthusiast exploring the different dimensions of public law, to find the best field for himself. He is also interested in sports and books.
Mariyam is a second-year student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. Her areas of interest include Public International Law, Criminal Law and Minority Rights. She also likes writing, dancing and exploring new food. When not doing any of these, she can be found in a quite corner, sipping on coffee and listening to a weird mix of Tchaikovsky and Malayalam Indie.
Shravani is a third year student at NALSAR. She is interested in ADR, Environmental Law and Insolvency Law. Academic writing and legal research comprise her other relevant interests. To pursue her passion for climate action she has co-founded the NALSAR Green Collective in 2020. She is born in a nuclear Maharashtrian family and is a trained kathak dancer. She also writes poetry, reads mostly fiction and likes to workout in her spare time. One can find her poems and dance videos on her instagram handle.
We would like to thank Benjamin Vanlalvena for setting up this website and Anushree Verma for designing the logo.