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She has also appeared and argued numerous cases involving diverse aspects of constitutional and human rights, including the right to privacy and electoral reforms. As one of the lawyers appearing for the petitioners in the Aadhaar challenge, Ms. Arora highlighted the intersection of technology and surveillance in her arguments before the constitution bench of the Supreme Court.

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Melissa K. Pang Ms. She is also a member of several other committees overseeing compliance, policy and resources, external affairs, constitutional affairs and human rights, Greater China legal affairs and international legal affairs. Her main areas of practice are commercial and civil litigation and property law. In Hong Kong, Ms. With her devotion to public service, Ms. He is now engaged in research concerning constitutionalism and human rights, constitutional supervision and litigation and the other basic theoretical issues about constitutional law. In , Prof. He has visited more than 50 countries until now for academic purpose.

Mukul Rohatgi Mr. Rohatgi was one of the counsel who represented the petitioners in the NavtejJohar case where a Constitution bench of the Supreme Court read down the provisions of S. As Attorney General for India, Mr. He has the unique distinction of having appeared in two unprecedented midnight hearings in the Supreme Court of India, namely, the Yakub Memon case and the Karnataka Assembly no confidence motion case. Nitya Ramakrishnan Ms. Ramakrishnan is a well-known lawyer practising in New Delhi, India. Also reputed for her media-related cases, Ms. Ramakrishnan successfully challenged the censorship imposed on many political documentaries such as Bhopal—Beyond Genocide and Punjab—From Behind the Barricades.

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