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Research Fellow

    Ms. Paiker Nasir






    Ms. Paiker Nasir

    Ms. Paiker Nasir has completed her B.A.LLB (Hons) from National Law Institute University , Bhopal . She has joined NJA on 21st June 2015.
    Prior to this, she was working at Global Lawyers, Advocates and Solicitors, in the capacity of a Senior Associate, where she handled consumer and civil cases and Due Diligence work.

    Before Global Lawyers, she was working with NGO, Sudhar Samiti under the project of Sir Doarabji Tata Trust, on Social Work in Criminal Justice System where initially she joined as a Programme Officer but later on worked as an Executive Director cum Faculty. She was the overall incharge to the project of Sudhar. In this capacity she undertook the programmatic and administrative tasks, prepared project proposals, designed and conducted research work in Criminal Justice System. During her stay with Sudhar, she has also worked for Providing Legal Aid Support, family support and rehabilitation support services to the prisoners at various prisons in M.P. While in the capacity of the Faculty at Sudhar, she took lectures of the trainees, in Criminal Law for the certificate course on “Social Work Intervention in Criminal Justice System.” Prior to this, she has worked for a short duration with Common Wealth Human Rights Initiative [CHRI] in the capacity of Programme Officer – Prison Reforms and handled issues pertaining to the undertrial prisoners.

    Ms.Nasir, has earlier worked with NJA, in the capacity of a Law Associate, 2007-2008. During her stay at NJA she conducted research on aspects of court and case management in the Informal Committee constituted by the Supreme Court of India for suggesting practical measures to the Court and Case Flow Management in India.
    She Coordinated the Orientation Programmes for Newly Appointed Additional District Judges , and also served as one of the Web-Manager for the website of NJA.

    Ms. Nasir, did her internships and clerkship at the Supreme Court of India, National Human Rights Commission and District & Sessions Court, Bhopal


    Judicial Approach Towards Right to Education- National Judicial Academy of India, Study Material For Seminar on “Justice & Poverty: Challenges & Responsibilities of Judging” - August, 2007