Krusha Bhatt​

Assistant Lecturer

B.B.A. LL.B. (Auro University);

LL.M (University of East Anglia, UK)

Krusha holds an LL.M in the International Business and Competition Law from the University of East Anglia, UK and she is also a recipient of ‘International Office of Excellence Award scholarship’ for her  higher education from the UK. During her course she volunteered for the ‘Student Staff Liaison Committee’ to create and maintain an environment within which students and staff engage in discussions that aim to bring about demonstrable enhancement of the educational experience. She also secured a work placement with the Spire Solicitors based in Norwich during which she worked in the different corners of law such as Private Client, Commercial Property and Company Law with the exceptionally talented UK qualified solicitors. She is a young member to the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) since 2019 and a distinguished member of International Council of Jurists since 2017.


Krusha graduated from Auro University, Surat in 2018 and has also received merit based scholarship through out the degree. During her BBA- LL.B program she has represented Auro University in several paper presentations and in two National Moot Court Competitions at University Five Year Law College (UFYLC), Jaipur and Baba Saheb Ambedkar Law College, Nagpur. She has also participated in a number of conferences and seminars. She has worked in the capacity of ‘Secretary of the Auro Litigiosus Committee’ the mooting society  in the academic year 2016-17 during which she received the ‘Best Mooter’ award for her exceptionally outstanding performance securing highest scores for both oral rounds and drafting of memorial. As the winner of Intra round of Client Counselling Competition held in Auro University she represented Auro University in the Louis M. brown and Foster S. Mosten International Client Counselling Competition, 2017 at the Symbiosis Law School, Pune.


Her area of interest lies in Competition Law, World Trade Law, Arbitration, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, and Taxation.