Rishab Raturi MILE 15
Rishab is a qualified lawyer from India with an undergraduate degree in law and social sciences with a specialisation in international law and global governance from the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, India. At law school, he participated in and won several national and international moot court, client counselling and negotiation competitions. Prior to joining the MILE, Rishab worked as a research fellow at the Centre for International Trade and Economic Laws at O.P. Jindal Global University (India). His primary responsibility was to monitor the trade policies of India’s key economic partners, which are Brazil, China, European Union, Japan, the Russian Federation and United States. These observations were documented as reports that have been recommended by the Indian Ministry of Commerce. He also assisted in drafting 3rd party submissions to the World Trade Organization. Besides this policy-oriented professional experience, Rishab also has academic experience. He was the research associate editor of an issue of the Jindal Global Law Journal and a teaching assistant to James J. Nedumpara, professor of international investment arbitration law. At the MILE, Rishab seeks to gain a detailed understanding of trade and investment law. Rishab is the recipient of various scholarships such as the R.D. Sethna Scholarship, Shirin Bai Neterwala Trust Scholarship, Sir Ratan Tata Trust and Oikos International Scholarship. His areas of interest are WTO law, trade remedies, international investment arbitration and public international law. In addition to this, he is also passionate about disability law and policy, having associated himself with various disability-related movements in India. Rishab is a keen football enthusiast, has acted in various theatrical productions, and is presently teaching himself the guitar with the ambition of becoming the best guitarist in the world.