Jaideep Singh Lalli

Jaideep Singh Lalli


B.A. LL.B. (Panjab University, Chandigarh, India);

LL.M. (Trinity College, University of Cambridge, UK)

Jaideep Singh Lalli completed his B.A. LL.B. (Hons) with a First Division w/ Distinction at Panjab University, Chandigarh. Throughout his qualifying law degree, he worked with advocates, human rights organisations, and Justices of various courts. Motivated by his interest in comparative law and human rights, he worked with Senior Advocate (Dr.) Menaka Guruswamy, Hon’ble (Dr.) Justice D.Y. Chandrachud (Supreme Court of India), and Hon’ble Justice Sapana Pradhan Malla (Supreme Court of Nepal).

In 2023, he completed his LL.M. from Trinity College (University of Cambridge) with a First Class. At Cambridge, Jaideep studied Criminal Justice & Human Rights Law, Legislation, and Jurisprudence with a dissertation in International Human Rights Law. He was awarded a Trinity College Exam Prize and the Lizette Bentwich Prize for his excellent exam performance. He was further awarded the Cambridge Pro Bono Gold Award for the work he conducted while heading a research project on The Gambia’s gender-based violence law for the Cambridge Pro Bono Project and the World Bank.

Additionally, he has written extensively on issues concerning discrimination law, criminal justice, organised crime, human rights, and land acquisition. His work has been published in: the University of Oxford Human Rights Hub Journal, Statute Law Review (Oxford University Press), NALSAR Student Law Review, Journal of Victimology & Victim Justice, Kathmandu School of Law Review, and others.

Mr. Lalli’s area of interest lies in discrimination law, criminal justice, constitutional law, family law, and strategic human rights litigation.