Ms. Aarthi Rajan

Ms. Aarthi Rajan is a visiting faculty at Symbiosis Law School, Noida. She teaches English subject to BA LLB and BBA LLB students. She graduated in English Literature from Delhi University in the year 1993 and in Law from Cardiff University in the year 2006. She completed the Bar Professional Course from College of Law, Bloomsbury in the year 2007 and then completed pupilage requirement of 1st 6 months as pupil barrister. She shadowed prosecution team in the landmark ‘21/7/2005 attempted suicide bombing’ case - R .V. Ibrahim and others (Woolwich Crown Court, UK). She is currently litigating as Junior Counsel in the Supreme Court and High Court of Delhi with a focus on matters involving taxation, international taxation and arbitration. She has also worked as a Legal Advisor with Trimex International FZE where her role was of advising formation of Indian liaison office as well as to advise on day to day contractual dealings.

She also has prior experience of working as an Associate, Arbitration & Litigation for Fox Mandal Little, Solicitors and Advocates where she used to p­­repare, develop and manage numerous arbitration cases involving the Ministry of Defence, Government of India as well as large public sector undertakings and foreign multinational corporations. 

Ms. Rajan is currently preparing an exhaustive research paper in collaboration with National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on the status of mentally ill under-trial prisoners in India, to present to the Government for legislative reforms.