Anupriya Dhonchak (Batch of 2021) has been awarded the Rhodes Scholarship for the year 2021, and will start her studies at the University of Oxford next year.
Anupriya has worked on action-oriented policy projects concerning rights of survivors of sexual violence, women prisoners and issues of reproductive justice. She has been published by the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law and Justice and recently, co-authored a book chapter with Prof Carys Craig on a feminist reimagination of moral rights in copyright law. Currently, she is a fellow at SpicyIP and a teaching assistant for Intellectual Property at NLUD. She is interested in the intersection of issues of equality law and free speech with intellectual property.
This is the second Rhodes Scholarship being awarded to NLU Delhi. In 2016, Ms. Rishika Sahgal (Batch of 2015) went to the University of Oxford as the first recipient of the Rhodes Scholarship from NLU Delhi. She is currently reading for the D.Phil. in Law at the University of Oxford.”