Nikhil had a dream of creating a one-stop platform for all the IPR and InfoTech Laws enthusiasts. He shall always remain grateful to his mentor and guide Mr. Rodney D. Ryder for his constant support and belief in making his dream turn to reality. Nikhil, is a firm believer of Dreaming- Hoping- Working-Achieving.
Nikhil, holds a diploma in Cyber Laws from Government Law College, Mumbai and Asian School of Cyber Laws, Pune and a Certification in Intellectual Property and Competition Law from the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry [FICCI], New Delhi. He also has a certification in Blockchain and the law from Enhelion Knowledge Ventures Pvt. Ltd. under his belt. He assisted in developing a certificate course on Artificial Intelligence and the Law for Enhelion.
Nikhil got his first book- Internet Law: Regulating Cyberspace and Emerging Technologies published at the age of twenty-three. He Co-Authored the book with Shri Rodney D. Ryder and the Foreword to the book is penned by Hon’ble Justice (Retd.) Shri Dipak Misra, Former Chief Justice of India.
Editor, Information Technology
An about-to-be-engineer who stumbled in the field of law, Gyan has a keen interest in the evolution of New-Age Technology and Cyber Laws. He has a knack in accoutering himself with factual and unprejudiced arguments over a myriad of issues. He particularly loves to dwell upon the intersection of technology and laws; and its impact on society.
Gyan hold a certification in Law and Public Policy from Centre for Civil Society, New Delhi; and has completed ‘Winter Course on International Law and National Security’ by Indian Society of International Law. He has also assisted in developing a certificate course on Artificial Intelligence and the Law for Enhelion.
Gyan has worked as a Research Assistant on a project with The Dialogue and Freidrich-Ebert-Stiftung on Industrial Revolution 4.0 and Impact on Automotive Sector in India. He has also contributed to the World Bank’s study on Equality of Oppurtunity for Sexual and Gender Minorities.
Editor, Intellectual Property Rights
Shashwat is an experimentalist who believes in realism and empiricism, he is fascinated by disciplines like IP, Technology Law, Competition Law, Cyber Governance, Arts and their influence in human life. He has authored several articles in various legal websites and blogs and has also served as Editor of NILS India Chapter. In his “other life” he likes painting and sketching.
Intern Manager and Content Regulator
Shivansh, is a keen leaner, Shivansh is especially inclined towards the intricacies of Tech and Competition Law. Lately, he has also developed a keen interest towards IPR law, and is always trying to study the amalgamation of Tech in IPR, which he believes is the future. He likes to keep up with the various happenings around the world, and understand the technological perspectives behind such happenings. Fair to say, he is a tech nerd of a sort.
He holds a certification by WIPO, on a distant learning course on the basics of Intellectual Property Law. He is also pursuing a course on IPR and Competition law by FICCI, and has presented papers relating to IPR and Competition Law, at UPES, Dehradun and MNLU, Mumbai. He also has various PILs to his name on varying social causes, including the installation of web cams throughout the city of Prayagraj, to ensure the safety of women, and upgradation of the cyber security system of the city, all of which have received critical acclaim from various media houses. He has also worked as a legal researcher with ‘The Pioneer.’
Rohit is a practicing advocate at Delhi. Beginning as a tech learner, Rohit always had a keen interest in computer forensics and information security. Building upon these fundamentals, he has undertaken extensive research on various techno-legal topics and continues his pursuit to bridge the gap between Information Technology and law.
Akanksha has a keen interest in Intellectual Property Rights and Competition law. Currently, she is also pursuing a certification in competition law. Akanksha has always been inquisitive to learn new things. She is really passionate about what she does. Other than academics, she also loves music and dance (kathak) and holds a senior diploma in both.
Shivani Choudhary believes that when you learn something new, learning curve is one of the requirements to actual learning and it does not mean that you should quit. She is an aspiring law student who is exploring different areas of law and tech. She is especially inclined towards Tech and Competition law including Intellectual Property Rights.