Meet The Team
I am a Law Graduate of School of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University) Bangalore. I currently work as the Legal Associate at SmithDehn India, a US-based media and entertainment law company. Being an artist, poet, and social entrepreneur [Managing Trustee at the folk arts organisation-Janapada Kala Sinchana (R.)], Intellectual Property Law is something I truly connect with. My interest in the subject increased after interning at various IP firms. My immense passion in the field of art and culture and the constant proximity with artists made me realize the need to create awareness about IP law within the art community and also the general public. Further, the dynamic nature of IP Law fascinates and challenges me. Hence, this initiative!
Co-founder & Editor-in-Chief
I am a Law Graduate of School of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University), I am currently working as a Legal Associate at Trumarx, a brand management IP firm. I have always been interested in research, especially in the area of IPR. My journey to accumulate more knowledge in this field has led me to pursue numerous courses from internationally accredited universities, such as Harvard University, Hong Kong University, University of California, Berkeley, etc. Further, my work experience in IP has added immense practicality to my otherwise theoretical knowledge on IP. My adoration for research has motivated me to spread awareness and advance quality research culture through this initiative!
I'm a Law Graduate of Mumbai University with a keen interest in IP Law. Fascinated by the interaction of technology, human creativity & law in this niche area, I spent my undergraduate days exploring the subject by pursuing additional courses and internships. I believe the significance of IPR is all set to grow further. However, there is an increasing need to enhance their reach. Being a part of IP Matters helps me fulfil my role in doing the same.
I am a second-year law student pursuing my BBA LLB (Hons.) at School of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru. Having been trained in Carnatic classical music from a young age, I found my passion for intellectual property law connected with music and the arts when I joined university. While I am still constantly discovering the never-ending nuances of IP law, I understand that every individual is capable of original creation and deserves a reliable source from which to gain awareness. My pursuit of the same led me to IP Matters, and I hope to contribute to the cause through my research skills.