This opinion was published in The Times of India on March 04, 2021.
About the Authors
Vaidehi is a Senior Resident Fellow working in the area of Judicial Reforms. She has an affinity for large data sets and technology informed policy making and is currently working on issues surrounding judicial transparency and streamlining of dispute resolution. She has a B.A.LLB. (Hons.) degree from Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat and an LLM from the University of California, Berkeley with a focus on jurisprudence and social policy. She has been published in newspapers and digital platforms such as the Hindu, Business Standard and Bloomberg Quint. She has been a substantive editor for the Berkeley Journal for Gender Law and Justice and a contributing author for a book on Sustainable Development Goals. She has previously worked in the chambers of Mr. Gaurab Banerji, Senior Advocate at the Supreme Court of India, assisting in landmark cases in the field of commercial law, arbitration, competition and constitutional law.
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