Priyanka wishes to pursue a Research-Based LLM in the fields of human rights and constitutional law. Public policy is also something she has been studying in consonance with her legal studies.
In her experience till now, initiating social action, working at NGOs consistently for a specific cause is crucial to this field. This shows that your work is not purely to earn points in your CV but to genuinely serve the marginalized communities.
According to her, apart from that doing fellowships, researching under esteemed scholars who compel you to read up on relevant material is a fantastic way to make you thorough.
1. Name: Graduate Law Conference at McGill University on the theme "Law and the City"
Basis of selection: Selected for my abstract (250 words) on 'discrimination in Indian urban spaces' which deals with manual scavenging laws, sanitation issues in cities, and the consequent poverty and discrimination that the backward classes experience.
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2. Name: IPRC Research Week on Law and Policy hosted by the Dublin City University on the theme 'Migration Laws and Policies'
Basis of selection: I submitted my abstract (500 words) on the title "Analysis of Indian Migration Laws" which deals with the rationale behind the Citizenship Amendment Act, its implementation, and whether it is sustainable under the Indian Constitution.
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June 16, 2021