Contributors

Words are inadequate when it comes to thanking all the people who have generously lent their time and expertise towards making Nyaaya possible. We wouldn’t be able to even begin realizing our mission without your help. Thank you.
  • Aakarshi Agarwal is from NLSIU, Bangalore. She helped us categorize various laws.
  • Abhinav Sekhri is a lawyer practising in Delhi. He helped us improve the guide to the criminal justice system and explain criminal laws.
  • Aditya Singh Chawla is from NLSIU, Bangalore. He helped us categorize various laws and explain criminal laws.
  • Aditya Verma is a lawyer practising in Delhi. He helped us conceptualize the guide to the criminal justice system.
  • Aishwarya Gaur is from NLSIU, Bangalore. She helped us categorize various laws.
  • Akriti Gaur works at the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy. She helped explain education law.
  • Alok Prasanna Kumar worked at the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy and is currently a Visiting Fellow there. He helped us improve explainers on criminal laws.
  • Ameya Bokil works at the Centre for Social Justice, Ahmedabad. He helped us categorise various laws.
  • Anirudh Mudgal is a lawyer practising in Delhi. He helped to improve the guide to the criminal justice system.
  • Anshita Chauhan is from NLSIU, Bangalore. She helped us categorize various laws and explain criminal laws.
  • Devdutta Mukhopadhyay is from the NLU, Delhi. He helped us categorize various laws.
  • Dona Mathew is from Institute of Law, Nirma University. She helped us categorize various laws.
  • Dr Charu Mathur is an Advocate-on-Record at the Supreme Court of India. She helped us improve explainers on social welfare laws.
  • Ganeev Kaur Dhillon is a research assistant at the Centre for Policy Research, Delhi. She helped us update and edit Central laws.
  • Jessamine Mathew is from NUJS, Kolkata. She helped us categorize various laws and explain social welfare laws.
  • Kaushiki Sanyal works at the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy. She helped us improve explainers on criminal laws.
  • Manavi Belgaumkar is a PhD. candidate at the University of Victoria. She helped us update and edit Central laws.
  • Mohit Yadav is from Jindal Global Law School. He helped us design the guide to the criminal justice system.
  • Navaz Kotwal is an independent consultant. She has helped us improve explainers on criminal laws.
  • Neha Singhal works at the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy. She helped us improve explainers on criminal laws.
  • Prakriti Anand is from LSR college in Delhi. She helped us categorize various laws and explain criminal laws.
  • Puneet Dinesh is from the NLU, Delhi. He helped us categorize various laws.
  • Ritu Chandra is a lawyer and designer. She helped design our logo.
  • Rohan Kothari is a practising lawyer based in Delhi. He helped us design the guide to the criminal justice system.
  • Sahithya Murali is from the NUJS, Kolkata She helped us categorize various laws and explain criminal laws.
  • Sanhita Ambast is a lawyer qualified in India. She helped us explain criminal laws.
  • Sanjana Ravjiani is from NLU, Delhi. She has helped us categorize various laws.
  • Shreya Yadav is from NLSIU, Bangalore. She helped us categorize various laws.
  • Shruti Ambast works at the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy. She helped us explain education law.
  • Sulaj Kini is a partner at Bell Paints, Mangalore. She has helped us update and edit Central laws.
  • Surbhi Ajitsaria is from NLSIU, Bangalore. She helped us categorize various laws.
  • Swapnaneel Ray is from the National Institute of Design. He helped us design the website.
  • Tarun Sundaram is from the NLU, Delhi. He helped us categorize various laws.
  • Vartul Srivastava is from the NUJS, Kolkata. He helped us categorize various laws and explain criminal laws.

Acknowledgments

While developing content for explainers on certain criminal and social welfare laws, we have referred to some very useful material made available online by the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative and the Lawyers Collective (Women’s Rights Initiative). To learn more on such topics, please visit http://www.humanrightsinitiative.org/publication and http://www.lawyerscollective.org/category/publications.
We are grateful for the open source tools for legislations developed by the amazing people at the Code for South Africa. You can access and contribute towards improving these tools here: https://github.com/Code4SA/