I am a law student at Presidency University, Bangalore in my second year. While others may want to handle flashy cases that make the news, I want to help people who haven't been given their fair chance in society and that's the reason why I choose to purse my career in this field.
My experience in public interest law firms has brought my attention to cases involving employment discrimination and civil rights violations. Last summer, I was active Member of Research Society, which taught me the importance of research for my client against all odds in future. In my last semester, I got involved with the Elected Captain of Novice Moot Court this organizations which have exposed me to the work lawyers can do to promote education rights
As a second year student, I wrote couple of articles related to Motor Vehicle Act 2020 (Amended) for Legal Service India focusing on strategies for protecting drives rights and easy access of information through application. Because my career goal is to work on traffic issues and make them aware about their surroundings. Eventually, I will be gaining knowledge of how other countries handle these complex issues.
Because of my familiarity with traffic issues and India's Motor Act policies, as well as my research about the Motor Vehicle Act, I would be very happy to work on cases dealing with any related acts or policies but I'd also be delighted at the opportunity to work in any of the areas on which your offices focus, including human rights and disability rights.
Currently, along with my studies I am planning to volunteer for any legal services that are assisting government to improve their policies. I would also enjoy working with solo practitioners and small law firms helping them attract recognition, promotion and visibility to their practises. My desire to become a civil rights attorney has only increased as a result.