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EDITORIAL BOARD

The Editorial Board for Law and Policy Review is comprised of students from National Law University Odisha, Cuttack and West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, India.

Editor-in-Chief
Vegadarshi K, currently studying at National Law University Odisha, has a keen interest in international law and international relations. He is also working extensively on international space law and also runs his own blog ‘Space Law Review’. Recently he has been elected as a prospective member at the International Institute of Space Law (IISL), France. He has also functioned as an Editor for Volume III of NLUO Law Journal and is currently an Editor for NLUO Journal of Corporate Law and Policy.
Editors
Anmol Gupta is a second year student from NLUO, pursuing B.A. LL.B.. She likes reading and writing poetry and runs her own poetry blog. Interested in environmental law, human rights law and international relations, Anmol wishes to pursue policy research at some level in the future and hopes to be a part of meaningful social change in the country.
Kushagra Goyal, currently a Student at National Law University Odisha, has a keen interest in Constitutional and Administrative Law. He is a strong supporter of Democratic deliberations for reformative measure in sphere of Legislation. For him the vision of India as a superpower is only possible via means of strong administrative reforms.
Namrata Sadhnani is currently studying at West Bengal National University of Jurisdical Sciences. Her area of interest are Human Rights and Constitutional law. She is a regular blogger for Society for Engagement with Literary Arts, and shows keen interest in mooting activities at law school.
Nithin R Vasisth, currently pursuing BBA LLB in National law University Odisha, has a keen interest in Commercial laws and allied matters. He is involved in this endeavour as he believes that sound legal system and informed policy making is essential for ensuring justice and progress. He stands in strong support of the need for quality research in this regard.

Shreya Singh, studying at National Law University Odisha, has a keen interest in constitutional law and policy developments. With a vision to work in the Indian Judiciary after her graduation, through her work she aspires to provide the readers with information on various social legal topics that reflect the opinions expressed by intellectuals from all ages and spheres of life.