Research Assistant
University of Cambridge
 
Background

I am an India qualified lawyer with a year-long post qualification experience in government trade policy. I completed my LL.M. (2019-20) with a special focus on law and technology from the University of Cambridge as a Cambridge Trust scholar. Continuing my research at the Centre for Business Research, I am trying to answer the broader question of whether law is computable and scan media narratives about the future of AI and law. I am also appointed as a research fellow at the Singapore Management University (2020-21) where I explore the practical implications of technology integration in mediation and other alternative dispute resolution processes.

Research interests
  • Impact of AI on law
  • Data governance and privacy
  • Theory of legal evolution
  • International economic laws
  • Alternative dispute resolution
Research articles

Strategising Protectionism: Analysis of India’s Regulation of Anti-Dumping Duty Circumvention’, 10:2 Trade Law and Development 417 (Dec 2018)

Books

Anti-Dumping in the Globalized World: Law and Practice of Anti-Dumping Duty Circumvention, Wolters Kluwer (2019)

Policy publications

‘Top Down v. Bottom Up Convergence in International Law: An International Intellectual Property Law Perspective’, Cambridge International Law Journal Blog, http://cilj.co.uk/ (forthcoming in Dec 2020)

‘Spotlight on WTO’s Appellate Body Crises’, E-International Relations, https://www.e-ir.info/ (7 Sept 2019)