Studying in Tel Aviv: An Insider's Perspective
Get an insider's perspective on what it's like to study at Tel Aviv University. The speakers for the session are Pulkit Mogra and Shardool Kulkarni, respectively an alumnus and current student of the LLM program at TAU.
Time & Location
Jan 09, 2022, 7:00 PM GMT+5:30
About the session
Speakers: Pulkit Mogra is a PhD in Law candidate at the University of Ottawa’s Centre for Law, Technology and Society. He obtained an LL.M. from Tel Aviv University in 2019 with a specialization in Law and Technology. His focus areas tend to be Privacy law, Data protection law, Law of AI and Robotics and Cybersecurity. Pulkit obtained his bachelor’s degree in law from O.P. Jindal Global University, India. After obtaining an LL.M., Pulkit worked as an Assistant Professor at the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India, where he undertook teaching and research. Shardool Kulkarni is an LL.M. candidate specializing in International Law and Human Rights at Tel Aviv University. After obtaining his bachelor's degree in law from SVKM’s Pravin Gandhi College of Law, University of Mumbai, in 2019, he worked as a Junior Advocate in the Chambers of Dr. Abhinav Chandrachud. Shardool's papers have been published in several national and international journals including Secularism and Nonreligion, Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, NLSIU-Bangalore’s In Law Magazine, Supreme Court Cases’ Practical Lawyer, etc. He has also written for newspapers and blogs including the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog, Columbia University’s Rights Views Blog and the Millennium Post, among others. At the age of eighteen, he was invited to depose before the Joint Committee of Parliament on the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (Second Amendment) Bill, on the basis of a memorandum submitted by him. He was also cited as a legal expert who submitted written views in the 87th Report of the Rajya Sabha, Parliament of India, on ‘Inordinate Delay in Filling up the Vacancies in the Supreme Court and High Courts’.