An avid phiosophy buff and an aspiring lawyer I am a person of varied interests. My interests range from football, international politics, debates, philosophy, coding, to just about anything under the sun. Due to my diverse range of hobbies, most people confuse me for a person who wants to master everything at once, however that is not the case. I believe that by narrowing one's interests down to one passion a person can go more than a mile down the road called life.
When your interests range from international taxation to Nietzsche's philosophy, it becomes difficult to summarise "what motivates you" in a few lines. I always look for something new that can excite me. I have recently come to develop a love for the law and its nuances. The aspect of law that excites me is its cohesive ability to keep society civilised and bolster progress at a level that goes beyond the individual, while also prioritising and ushering individual rights as its foundation.
Being a debater at heart, my expierence revolves around intellectual and verbal extra-curriculars that involve the extensive and creative use of a mix of writing, speaking and convincing skills
Chakraborty and Associates
As one of five legal interns, I drafted various due diligence reports, petitions for loan disputes and gained a lot of experience in the domain of arbitration.
CBSE Eastern Region Science fair
For project Visio a sound-wave powered cane for the visually challenged.
De Facto member
Contributed towards the social inclusion of the mentally challenged children at Manovikas Kendra, Kolkata.
Student Council, DPS Ruby Park
Facilitated the set up of sexual harassment & education body, and the Food Fighters Initiative.
Initially a science student, I am now training to be a lawyer with a specialisation in the domain of International Taxation, and in corporate M&A
Dissecting the psyche of a murderer- The perfect test of insanity
Criminal Law Paper
Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems and the need for humanity in weapons
Legal Ethics Paper
Death Note: A Re-evaluation of vigilante justice
A review of the Atheist's Manifesto