We are a small team of talented students with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to working with you.
Editor in Chief
Abhilasha, a hard working and determined individual, has been a part of the Mapping ADR team for 2 years. Her drive to keep improving and ensuring better quality work is what is always appreciated. She has interned with law firms like Phoenix Legal and AZB & Partners under their arbitration teams. Apart from her interest in ADR, she is also a professional dancer and a national level chess player.
Co-Editor in Chief
Adrija Bhowal has written various articles on corporate governance and alternative dispute resolution that have been published in leading blogs and journals. Additionally she has also had the opportunity to interact and work with the LCIA arbitrators. She has been a part of the Mapping of ADR team in the past year. She has a keen interest in writing and research and does not fail to deliver and shine.
Karan Himatsingka is a fourth-year student of the BBA LLB program at Jindal Global Law School. He has a keen interest in international commercial arbitration and attempts to view it through a human rights lens. He was the Runners-Up at the 16th Willem C. Vis East International Commercial Arbitration Moot. He likes to read and travel in his free time.
Aarya Pachisia, a 4th year law student at Jindal Global Law School, has been a part of Mapping ADR for over 2 years. She is extremely interested in the field of International Commercial Arbitration. Apart from ADR, she enjoy writing articles on technology law and the developments in the same. She is an extremely sweet and humble individual and loves to converse about any and all intellectual conversations.
Jayanth is a final year law student at JGLS. He’s been in the ADR society for the past three years at JGU through which he’s been to a couple of competitions. He has also done ancilliary programs/an internship related to ADR and says he has found the entire system quite interesting and novel. He is a fan of writing/editing in general and is currently also an editor for the JGU Music Society’s Blog. In his free time he’s a musician and a songwriter for New York based songwriting firm ‘Songlorious’.
Harshita, a third year law student with a passion for ADR and a flair for writing. Her mild OCD makes her do well in academic work never loses points in editing. Her ability to manage stress and produce work that doesn’t drop below her personal standards, not only amuses her but also adds a feather in her cap of situations overcomed.
Deokinandan Sharma, a third-year law student. He is intrigued by the growing horizons of Alternate Dispute Resolution in our society and a believer of the fact that one never stops learning. He is also fond of writing and researching. Since he is just in his third year he is looking forward to having experience in the various fields of law.
Tawishi is a fourth year B.B.A., LL.B. student at Jindal Global Law School. She is highly inclined towards ADR mechanisms in general and arbitration in particular. Her other areas of interest being competition law and corporate law. When she is not reading, writing or researching, she can be found binge watching crime thrillers. She aims to learn and grow mutually with her team.