Ms.Sahana Pal is a Writing Fellow at the TNNLU Centre of Research and Writing since January 2019. An
alumnus of Gujarat National Law University and Queen Mary University of London, her areas of interest
lies broadly in legal research, drafting and the various facets of intellectual property and privacy laws.
She has acted as an Assistant Editor of the Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property (2015-2016) and is currently one of the Editors of the TNNLU Law Review.
Some of her published works include “Current Focus on Family Mediation in UK: How Relevant?” published in International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation & Dispute Management, Vol. 83, No. 2, pg 141-146 (ISSN: 0003-7877) and “Establishing Bias in an Expert Witness: The What, Why and How” published in the International Commentary of Evidence, Vol. 14, Issue 1, pg 43-53 (ISSN: 1554-4567).
Before joining TNNLU she volunteered at “qLegal” - the Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre, London, wherein she worked closely with Associates from prominent UK law firms like Cooley LLP in providing preliminary advice for technology start-ups and entrepreneurs on a range of issues including patent, trade mark and e-commerce laws.
In TNNLU she has taught/will be teaching LLB courses in Professional Ethics, Property Law and Media Laws. She is also the faculty advisor of the TNNLU Photography Club and TNNLU Theatre Club.