Academic Tutor & TRIP Fellow
B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) (TNNLU, Tiruchirapalli);
LL.M. (TISS, Mumbai)
Ezhiloviya is an Academic Tutor and Teaching & Research for Intellectual pursuit (TRIP) fellow at Jindal Global Law School. She holds an LL.M in Access to Justice, specializing in International Humanitarian and Refugee Law, summa-cum- laude, from the School of Law, Rights and Constitutional Governance, Tata Institute of Social Sciences in 2020; recently completed a Post Graduate Diploma in International Humanitarian Law from National Academy of Legal Studies and Research in 2020 and B.A. LL.B. (Hons) degree from Tamil Nadu National Law University, Tiruchirappalli in 2019.
She is a volunteer with The RedCycle, a grassroots movement aimed to address different facets of menstruation and to tackle the taboos surrounding menstruation and is currently working on a project aimed at providing Comprehensive Menstrual Health Aid to the marginalized community of Bagarias, titled ‘Apna Time Aayega’. She is also working part- time with Indian Society of Legal Research in the Research and Development Department. Prior to joining JGLS, she worked with My Story As A Woman (MSAAW) Foundation on a policy paper focusing on ‘Violence against Women in Kerala’. She also worked in the Byculla District Prison as a part of fieldwork in Tata Institute of Social Science in the duration of which she was a part of two projects for which reports were submitted to Mr. Deepak Pande [IPS], titled- ‘Right To Fair Trial of Prison Inmates- Issues & Challenges: Examining Efficacy Of State (Maharashtra) Sponsored Legal Aid Lawyers For Fair Trial Of Under Trials Inmates [Female] in Byculla District Prison Mumbai’ and ‘Prison Administration & Prison Labour By Inmates in Byculla District Prison Mumbai, Wages – Challenges & Issues’.
Ezhiloviya is passionate about promoting Refugee Law advocacy in India and actively participates in events that works in this direction. Her research interests lie in the International humanitarian law, Human Rights, Refugee Law, International law of peacekeeping, the law of armed conflict and international criminal law. Her other interests include Dalit rights, prisoners’ rights, and rights of women and the LGBTQIA community. In her free time, she enjoys painting and reading.