Writers – 2019

2019 has been a difficult year for us. We directed most of our resources to other activities of the NGO, resulting in a consequential inactivity on ‘The Law Blog’. We are grateful to the writers who stood by us in these difficult times.

Advik Rijul Jha

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Advik Rijul Jha is a Fourth Year (BA LLB) student at Jindal Global Law School, OP Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana.

Antonio F. Valiente

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After his graduation from American University’s Washington College of Law, Miami attorney Antonio F. Valiente, Esq. began his legal career at the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office. There, he gained valuable insight and extensive experience over the course of six+ years. Between his time at the Public Defender’s Office & since founding Valiente Law, he’s tried close to 50 felony jury trials as lead counsel, dozens of misdemeanor jury trials, taken over one thousand depositions, & dozens of juvenile trials/adjudicatory hearings. Mr. Valiente’s experience encompasses everything from minor traffic-related misdemeanors to serious first-degree murder charges. Since 2015, Mr. Valiente has expanded his practice to handle all types of family law matters – from divorce and child custody cases to paternity and same-sex adoptions. Having the opportunity to work with & learn from some of the best and most experienced family law attorneys in the State, Mr. Valiente now provides his family law clients with the same excellent representation he is known for providing his client’s accused of state & federal criminal offenses.

Ashna D

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Ashna D is a third-year law undergraduate at the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS), Kochi. She is passionate about criminal law, human rights law, and family law, and writes mostly at the intersection of law and social issues.

Isha Goel


Isha Goel is a second-year law student from National Law University, Delhi. She has a keen interest in commercial laws and is an arbitration enthusiast.

Maladi Pranay


Maladi Pranay is a 2nd year law student, pursuing BA LLB (Hons.) at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. He enjoys reading, and watching and playing cricket in his free time.

Nitesh Mishra


Nitesh Mishra is a second-year law student from National Law University, Delhi. His keen interests lie in criminal law and IPR. He is an active legal blogger and also a Student Fellow at Centre for Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition (CIIPC).

Paras Ahuja


Paras Ahuja is a third-year law undergraduate at the National Law University, Jodhpur. She has immense interest in the field of Constitutional law and writes generally on the intersection of law and social issues.

Priyanka Dhage


Priyanka Dhage is a second-year student from NALSAR University of Law. She is an ADR enthusiast with a special interest in the field of negotiation and arbitration. She also loves to dance and travel.

Rajat Sinha

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Rajat Sinha is a 5th Semester student of National Law University, Jodhpur. He takes an avid interest in Constitutional Law. He is also an Advisor of the Constitutional Law Society in his college.

Rakesh Vashi


Rakesh is a Law Student at iilsindia and like to write about topics related to law.

Rashi Rawat


Rashi Rawat is a second-year student from Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar pursuing B.A. LLB (Hons.). She has a keen interest in Competition law, Intellectual Property Rights, Family Law, Public International law and Human Rights law. She is also a member of the Editorial Board of the GNLU Journal of Law and Economics and keeps herself updated with the role that law and economics play in improving the efficiency of laws. Being a staunch feminist, she loves to read and research about contemporary issues revolving around women empowerment.  She’s a huge Potterhead and firmly believes in the saying, “It is our choices that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.”

Rishab Aggarwal


Rishab is a third-year law student from Gujarat National Law University. He is the Editor of International Review of Human Rights law and was adjudged Best Student Advocate at the Symbiosis International Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition 2019. He has interned under Hon’ble Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court and Senior Advocate Geeta Luthra.

Tripp Wiles


Attorney Tripp Wiles is the founder of Wiles Law Firm, LLC. Tripp was born in Charleston, South Carolina. He graduated from The Citadel with a B.A. in Political Science and holds an M.A. from Hawaii Pacific University in Diplomacy and Military Studies. Tripp earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. Over the past decade, Tripp has assisted hundreds of individuals in protecting their families and preserving their legacies through customized estate plans. Tripp enjoys spending time with his wife and their three children.

William Ward


William Ward is chief content editor and copy writer at Brown Stone Law Firm. He is best known for his informative law related blogs and articles about the trends of law industry and how one cope up various law challenges. He has been regularly publishing various blogs on multiple law related topics which are frequently asked.

Yash Saxena


Yash is a student of law at Campus Law Centre, Delhi University. He is an avid reader and has a wealth of content creation and editing experience behind him. A meritorious student with impressive academic credentials, he believes that the only limit to what we can achieve is our imagination. Apart from reading, he loves photography, travelling, and playing the guitar and the clarinet.



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