Dr. Moiz Tundawala completed his doctoral studies at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences and successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled ‘In the shadow of swaraj: constituent power and the Indian political’ in April 2019. Before this in 2011-12, Moiz read for his LLM at the School of Oriental and African Studies and received the best dissertation prize alongwith Distinction in all the courses that he registered for. He had earlier completed his BA, LLB (Hons) from the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences in 2010 with a CGPA of 6.28 out of 7. All through his academic career, Moiz has been a recipient of prestigious scholarships including a fully-funded scholarship from the LSE for PhD, Felix scholarship for his Masters at SOAS and a Microsoft Intellectual Property scholarship during the final year at the WBNUJS.
Moiz has already involved himself in rigorous teaching and research activities in various institutions including the LSE, WBNUJS and the National Law University, Delhi. He mainly works in the intersection of Indian constitutional thought, legal and political theory, modern intellectual history and comparative public law.