Designation: Teaching Assistant (Law)
Qualifications: LL.M, NLU Delhi; B.A. LL.B. (Hons.), NUJS, Kolkata
Bhavna is currently pursuing her PhD from NUSRL in the area of regulatory challenges to the protection of privacy in cyberspace. She is an alumna of Brown University, Rhode Island’s, BIARI, 2015 on Governance and Development in the Era of Globalization.
She has an LL.M from National Law University, Delhi, (2014) and a B.A (Hons.) LL.B from WB NUJS, Kolkata, (2013) where her dissertation was focussed on examining how law constructs sexuality; specifically how law as an institution understands, creates and regulates “women”. Prior to commencing her Doctoral research degree she spent two years as a Graduate Fellow at Azim Premji University, Bangalore with the School for Policy and Governance, where she also codeveloped a course on ‘Law, Technology and Citizenship’, and assisted with courses on Law and Governance, Gender and Development, Law and Justice. She also acted as Co-Director for the Law and Governance Clinics. She was recently recognised as Best Participant at the Three Day Professional Certificate Course on Privacy and Data Protection Laws organised by NLSIU, Bangalore in 2018.
She has interned at top-tier corporate law firms, boutique law firms, NGOs, Policy Think Tanks, independent law offices, and served as a Law Trainee under a (then) sitting judge of the Supreme Court.