B.A. LL.B. (Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University);
LL.M. (USG School of Law)
Anmol Diwan works as a Research Associate at Jindal Global Law School. After receiving a scholarship to pursue a master’s degree from the US, he graduated from the University of Southern California- Gould School of Law’s LL.M program in 2018 with a special focus on human rights, global health and civil rights and was awarded for receiving high honours in academics. During this time he was exposed to diverse curriculums and various teaching techniques which helped him to formulate his own teaching pedagogy which is essentially based on humanistic and individualized value-based education.
From May 2018 to July 2019 he gained invaluable practical experience when he was offered the prestigious legal fellowship at University of Southern California’s Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, Program on Global Health and Human Rights. He got the opportunity to work under industry experts such as Professor Sofia Gruskin and Professor Laura Ferguson. He has also worked with multiple international organizations such as the Global Fund for HIV, TB and Malaria, UNDP and WHO and carried out the research, drafting and analysis for their projects such as- Africa Regional Grant on HIV: Removing Legal Barriers and Program to Reduce Human Rights Barriers to HIV, TB and Malaria Services in Kenya and; Project to Formulate Human Rights Standards for Maternal and Neonatal Health in the World. Recognizing the impact of his work he was invited to speak at the Los Angeles Global Health Conference at UCLA in January 2019 as a breakthrough speaker. His most recent research publication is a chapter in the Handbook for Social Justice in Education by Springer US.
Prior to joining Jindal Global Law School he has also worked as a litigation associate with Panicker & Panicker LLP, New Delhi dealing with matters on subjects such as environmental law, consumer protection and bank frauds, while making regular appearance before the Hon’ble Supreme Court, NCDRC and NGT. He genuinely believes in human rights and its potential to ensure dignity & respect for every single individual. His research and interest areas include- human rights education, global health including mental health, access to services and the intersection of law, health & technology.