- 12 Jul 2020
- 1 min read
India kept improvising during coronavirus. Age of Pandemics needs a new public health law
An up-to-date legal framework will ensure there is no misuse of police power and human rights are protected
This opinion was published in ThePrint on July 12, 2020.
About the Authors
Kim D’Souza is a Research Fellow at Vidhi. She is currently working on research relating to public health legislation. Prior to Vidhi, Kim worked in real estate and conveyancing law and general corporate advisory for six years, as well as advising organizations in the social sector on contracts and regulatory compliance. She has an LL.B. from Government Law College, Mumbai, and a Bachelor’s in Life Sciences and Biochemistry from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai.
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