Sanskriti Sanghi graduated in 2020 with First Class Honours and as a recipient of the Jennings Prize from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, where she read for a Masters in Law (LL.M.), specializing in International Law. While reading for her Masters, Sanskriti was also engaged as a research assistant on a chapter pertaining to the ‘protection of children from arbitrary deprivation of life’ for a book slated to be published by Cambridge University Press and part of the research team on the ‘Action on Armed Violence’ at the Cambridge Pro Bono Project.
Prior to pursuing graduate education at the University of Cambridge, Sanskriti was an undergraduate student at the Gujarat National Law University (GNLU). She graduated from GNLU in 2019, where she was an Aditya Birla Scholar (2014-19) as well as a member of the tGELF leaders’ forum (2014-19). She was also conferred with 8 gold medals and a certification of ranking first in order of merit at the Convocation Ceremony conducted by GNLU in 2020. During her time at GNLU, Sanskriti was the Student Convenor for the GNLU Centre for Law and Society, a research centre which undertook cutting edge socio-legal research, active casework, and provided legal aid.
Presently, she is a Lecturer at the Jindal Global Law School. She is also a Co-Lead for the research cycle on Digital Constitutionalism at the Institute for Internet and the Just Society (Berlin), a Legal Researcher at the Columbia Global Freedom of Expression (New York), and a Contributor to the Feminist Judgments Initiative (India). Her work has been published in reputed journals and blogs and she has also been engaged in an editorial capacity with the Cambridge International Law Journal, GNLU Journal of Law, Development and Politics, and the GNLU Law and Society Review.