Sanjana Sinha

Sanjana Sinha

Assistant Lecturer

B.A. LL.B. (O.P. Jindal Global University);

LL.M. (King’s College, London)

Sanjana Sinha completed her undergraduate degree in law from Jindal Global Law School, and then pursued an LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law from King’s College London. She was awarded the Savitri Jindal Studentship for all five years of her undergraduate degree (2016-2021). While at Jindal, she worked as a research intern at the Jindal Centre for Global South (JCGS) and developed an interest in Academia.

As a master’s student, she worked as an advisor at the Protea Clinic – a King’s Legal Clinic Initiative in collaboration with the Hibiscus Foundation and Hammersmith and Fulham Law Centre. This experience enabled her to harness the skill of research and writing. She is passionate about education and wants to shape young minds to take their first real steps into adulthood and develop valuable skills for both their future careers and lives.

She is interested in Intellectual Property Law and is currently researching the Copyrightability of Artificial Intelligence Generated Works (AGW) in different regimes. She is also interested in Public International Law and Feminist Jurisprudence.