An activist, advocate and academician
Prashant is an advocate with iJustice, the legal advocacy intiative of CCS. Before joining iJustice, he assisted in cases involving cycle rickshaw pullers and recently at iJustice, he got a judgment in favour of street vendors from Rajasthan High Court at Jaipur for implementation of the new law. A gold medalist in the LL.M. program at Jindal Global Law School, he has a keen interest in regulatory frameworks. Some of his publications include –– ‘Regulatory barriers to litigation in India’ in Asian Journal of Law and Economics, “Time for Manushi-II” in the Student Law Journal of NLU- Delhi and ‘RTE-another license raaj’ in Auro Law Journal (best paper – professional category). Prashant been a resource person for several Public Policy workshops and policy internship programs, he has also taught a course ‘Law and Public Policy’ at NUJS, Kolkata, a top law school in India.