Anupriya Dhonchak

Other affiliations

Feminist Jurisprudence Discussion Group Oxford Law Faculty Oxford Pro Bono Publico Intellectual Property Discussion Group Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre Bonavero Institute of Human Rights


Anupriya Dhonchak is an MPhil in Law candidate, working under the supervision of Prof. Dev Gangjee. Her thesis focuses on a feminist approach to publicity rights in India to deal with unauthorized image distortion, reproduction and circulation concerns in the digital age. She is also a Rhodes Scholar (India and Balliol, 2021). 

Prior to the MPhil in Law, Anupriya read for the Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) programme at University of Oxford and was awarded the Monckton Chambers prize for best performance in Competition Law and Faculty of Law prize for best performance in Comparative Copyright. She also graduated as a Gold Medalist with a dual degree in humanities and law from National Law University, Delhi [B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)]. Post the MPhil, she will be working as a foreign law clerk on the Oxford & Bonavero Human Rights Fellowship at the Supreme Court of Namibia.

At Oxford, Anupriya Co-convenes the Feminist Jurisprudence Discussion Group and has worked for the Oxford IP Research Centre as well as Oxford Pro Bono Publico. She has worked as a Graduate Student Research Assistant to Prof. Ariel Ezrachi for the 'Value of Competition Law Programme' and to Prof. Shazia Choudhry and Prof. Philippa Williams for a project on 'Surviving Violence: Everyday Resilience and Gender Justice in Rural-Urban India.' She is also working on an ongoing project on Non-Personal Data Governance in India with the Centre for Innovation, Intellectual Property & Competition (CIIPC) and  IPR Chair instituted by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India.