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Aaditya is a candidate for the MPhil in Law under the supervision of Dr. Andrew Higgins. His research focuses on the fragmentation of territorial jurisdiction in the arrangement of civil courts and its effects on civil procedure.
Prior to the MPhil, Aaditya read for the Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) as a Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation Scholar, studying Commercial Remedies, Conflict of Laws, Corporate Insolvency Law, and Principles of Civil Procedure. He secured a First on the BCL, winning Exeter College's Senior Scholarship for academic excellence as well as the Tobias Law Prize for being the top performing BCL / MJur student in his year from Exeter College.
Aaditya is qualified to practice law in India and has three years of post-qualification experience in civil-commercial dispute resolution. He completed his undergraduate degree (B.A., LL.B. (Hons.)) from National Law University, Delhi.
Aaditya holds a refereed publication on shareholder arbitration as well as positions on the editorial board of two leading commentaries in India (Guide to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (4th Edn.), and Commentary on the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (2nd Edn.)).
Aaditya also currently serves as the Graduate Mooting Assistant at the Faculty. As an undergraduate student, he participated with success in the Vis Moot.