Academic Tutor & TRIP Fellow
B.A. (University of Mumbai);
LL.B. (New Law College, University of Mumbai);
LL.M. (TISS, Mumbai)
Akshata Ahire was a practicing Advocate in Bombay High Court, and has worked in New Era Juris Law Firm as Jr. Associate. She took up cases related to Human rights and Constitutional law. She received her Bachelor’s of Arts (Philosophy) and later Bachelor’s of Law from University of Mumbai. She also has a Diploma in Human Rights from the same university. Further, Akshata pursued Masters of Law in Access to Justice from Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai. Akshata’s research interest has always been inclined towards minorities rights, intersectionality of gender, women and marginalized women rights, thus selecting her dissertation topic as “Justice for Weak – A myth or reality; an analysis of sexual violence against scheduled caste women in Marathwada.”
Akshata also takes interest in cooking, photography and discussing various views on evolution and anthropology.
She, pictures herself as an author, researcher and an academician and that would be small act of paying back to society.