Nyaaya is made possible with generous support and inspiration from Rohini Nilekani. It is incubated at the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy.
Worked at Vidhi Centre, McKinsey. Studied at Columbia & NLSIU. Srijoni wants to make new connections between law, technology and the non-profit space in India. She will bore you to death on all three, given half a chance.
Worked at Myntra, InfoEdge. Studied at IIT Kharagpur. Kunal wants to work on making technology more open and accessible. He has learnt more about laws in 3 months than he wanted to in a lifetime.
Worked at S&R Associates. Studied at NLSIU. Nidhisha is interested in learning how technology can be used to better access to legal systems and open the path for inclusive citizen participation.
Worked at Centre for Social Justice. Studied at Symbiosis. Sumeysh identifies himself as a social justice lawyer and believes that making laws easier to understand acts as a game-changer in helping people understand their legal rights and duties.
Worked at NCETIS. Studied at IIT Bombay. Ashish is a promoter of the Semantic Web and Open Data Technologies. He wants to make legal data more accessible through the adoption of Semantic Web standards.