Harikartik Ramesh

Harikartik Ramesh

Assistant Lecturer

B.A. LL.B. (National Law University, Delhi);

LL.M. (University of Cambridge)

Harikartik completed their B.A. LL.B. (Hons) degree from National Law University, Delhi in 2022. Additionally, they secured the Vice Chancellor’s Medal for Best Male Student of the course They had the opportunity to be a teaching assistant in the subjects of Family Law and Constitutional Law, and throughout their time in undergraduate work, they conducted research in topics related to privacy, free speech, gender rights and family law. They completed their LL.M. from Cambridge in 2023, where they are studying courses related to international human rights law, criminal justice and human rights and legislation. Additionally, during their LLM, they wrote their dissertation on the Impact of Autonomy and Equality on Indian Family Laws.

Harikartik has worked extensively with research and policy centres through their collaborations with the Centre for Communication Governance in NLUD, on work related to privacy and freedom on the internet in India, and with the Centre for Women and Law in NLSIU Bangalore, on work related to queer rights, age-discrimination and family law.

They strongly believe that academic literature must be freely available to students, especially those situated in the Global South and have therefore published in journals and blogs which are publicly available without paywalls. These include the Blog of the Centre for Internet and Society, the Indian Constitutional Law and Philosophy Blog, and the NLIU Law Review.

Their area of interest lies in, constitutional law, family law, privacy, equality, and feminism’s engagement with the law.