Rutveek is a B.Tech graduate in Electronics and Telecommunications from VIT, Pune University. Keen on pursuing Law from his final year in B.Tech, he took up Law entrance exams and got admitted to Delhi University, Faculty of Law. Securing a good rank in MH-CET, he joined Government Law College, Mumbai and is in 2nd year of LLB. He is interning at Nagpur High Court since December 2019. He was one of the interns of the first batch of Lawschole internship program. Rutveek is interested in Consumer Laws, Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Rights.
Nishtha Kheria has a keen interest in writing and researching. Her articles as well as research papers have got published in various reputed journals as well as blogs. Some of her publications include in the Journal of International Journal of Advanced legal Research, International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Indian Legal Solution Journal of Criminal and Constitutional Law, Rozedar law Associates, The Opinion, Cup of Court, Indian Review of Advanced Legal Research, The Anar Collective ( london), la Senatus Scriptors, Law Community, All India Legal Forum, Droit Penale Newsletter, Inquisitive Meridian, Law Kit, Law Portal, Search India Legal, Law Schole and Women in law circle London. She is currently holding the position as a student researcher as well as editor at lawschole.
STUDENT LEGAL JOURNALIST
Kareena Wadhwani has a deep-sealed interest in legal Journalism. She has written research papers on subject matters including Constitutional Law, Law of Torts, Law of Contract, etc. She has also presented a paper on "A Critical Analysis of Preamble of Constitution" as well as on "The Applicability of Postbox rule in Digital Era". Besides this, she has also interned at Lawschole where she has explored some theories of Constitutional Law, current socio-legal affairs, landmarks judgments, and wrote blogs. She has also published some of her articles in her college's journal,'The Legal Voice of India' and 'Nyaya Disha.'