Prof. Srujana Bej

Prof. Srujana Bej

Assistant Professor

B.A. LL.B. (NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad);

LL.M. Candidate (Harvard University)

Srujana Bej earned her undergraduate degree in law from NALSAR University in 2019 and graduated with a master’s degree in law from Harvard Law School in 2023. Her interests lie in property law, land laws, spatial justice, critical caste studies, and socio-legal research.

In the past, Srujana researched the right to food and worked as a researcher for the Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project, where she studied the casteist frameworks of India’s criminal justice system. Her writings have been published by Orient Blackswan, Economic and Political Weekly, and The Indian Express.

Srujana’s master’s thesis was selected for presentation at the 9th Annual Michigan Junior Scholars Conference. Her research on Aadhaar’s implications on the right to food, supervised by Prof. Reetika Khera, has been cited by both the Supreme Court of India and the Indian Parliament.

Srujana believes in facilitating collaborative commons-based learning in the classroom and encourages her students to adopt interdisciplinary approaches.