B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)(Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi);
LL.M. (University of Cambridge)
Raushan pursued her LLM at the University of Cambridge as a Commonwealth Shared Cambridge Trust Scholar with a specialisation in International Law. She completed her integrated Bachelor’s in arts and law from Amity Law School, Delhi, IP University with a focus in international and corporate law. After graduation, she worked with a former union law minister and a Senior Advocate for a period of two years, working in the area of human rights and corporate litigation and policy research. She was instrumental in espousing very important national and international human rights causes like asylum for Rohingyas in India, dignity of the elderly, and the cause of custodial torture. Her major research focus is refugee laws in South Asia and how religion plays an important role for granting asylum in India. She has a host of publications in the area of human rights and technology – often how technology impacts civil and political rights and how it can be leveraged to attain human rights.