Tanisha Papdiwal

Tanisha Papdiwal

Member since: August 25, 2020
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I'am pursuing law from O.P. Jindal Global University. I completed my twelfth grade from Progressive Education School, Indore with 94% from ISC Board. I'm interested in human rights law, constitutional law and public international law and intellectual property law. But Iím still figuring out and trying to explore as many avenues as possible that will help me in deciding what I wish to pursue post my graduation. I was fascinated by the power of the law since my school days and developed a keen interest in this field. From newspaper headlines to bestselling novels to real life experiences, it seemed that lawyers were magicians. As much as I was fascinated by lawyers, I wanted to serve the society. So I felt I should perhaps consider law as a career. Little did I know I would fall head over heels in love with the law the moment I started studying Torts and Contracts in preparation for the law entrance examinations. During college, I have interned under several Advocates and Law firms which helped me evaluate my inherent abilities and potential. Although I have accumulated a foundational knowledge in civil, criminal and constitutional law domain, I think the best way to move forward is to get practical working experience. I wish to learn, up skill, and acquire skills that can shape me as a valued professional in the field of law. This initiative aligns with my passion as I have also worked and volunteered for some similar NGOs. I've always felt a strong urge to do something for the society but didnít know where to start from. I think this lockdown gave me the time to rethink what I always wanted to do and fortunately got the opportunity to volunteer to help the poor people. I didnít even give it a second thought especially at a time when this pandemic induced lockdown has severely affected the vulnerable communities. I worked with JGU-COVID Support Group for two months to raised funds to distribute food, water, medical kits to the neediest people.

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