Pallavi agarwal

Pallavi agarwal

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I am Pallavi Agarwal, a 1st year LLB student from Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), Sonipat. In law school, I have had a chance to learn and gain expertise in different areas of law, and moreover, had a great opportunity to learn the practical aspect of law by actively studying various case laws, precedents, along with application of various codes and statues. I have previously interned at Legum Consultants, Delhi, under advocate Asit Kumar Roy. During my internship, I was involved in legal research and the procedure of police investigation, from complaint to charge sheet and various aspects of criminal court proceedings including summoning and art of recording statements.

Growing up, I was a very ignorant and self-absorbed person. Law school opened my eyes to the problematic aspects our society is dealing with. Studying subjects like Family Law and Criminal Law made me realize how patriarchal our laws are and that this calls for urgent change and attention. This intrigued me and pushed me to be more empathic and sensitive towards socio-legal activities around us.

There are deeply entrenched patriarchal standards set and adhered by our society and they are unfortunately reflected in our legislative statutes, frameworks and judicial precedents. Family laws in India reflect gender bias and fluctuating fortunes of women in Indian courts. Reading articles written by the renowned women’s rights lawyer, Flavia Agnes has inspired me to look at criminal and family laws and cases through a feminist lens.

I have also always been passionate about movies related to crimes. TV shows like ‘How to get away with murder’ still is one of my favorites. Being a law student, I tend to connect and relate my legal knowledge with the content I consume.

The Movie ‘Psycho’ and the concept of the central character having dissociative personality disorder, intrigued me. Curiosity over the criminal liability of people possessing

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