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Cambridge Reproduction


My research interests are largely in reproductive justice, queer theory, and abolition. I have experience working in the areas of critical legal studies, gender and sexual minority rights, feminist legal theories and the intersections of law and marginalization. As part of the Centre for Justice, Law and Society (CJLS), Jindal Global Law School in India, I have worked closely with reproductive rights and abortion rights activists as well as the transgender activists and movements, including advocacy around the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act

I am interested in exploring further abortion rights and the decriminalization of abortion around the world, specifically from an abolitionist perspective. I am passionate about prison and police abolition, as well as criminal law reforms generally, and keen on researching reproductive justice within this context. I am also interested in non-normative family/kinship structures including queer families and alternative modes of parenting.