Chamarty Sai Sumana

Sumana, Chamarty Sai


Chamarty Sai Sumana studied BBA, LL.B,(2015-2020), at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. She has enrolled as advocate with the State Bar Council of Telangana, India in 2020. She also worked as associate trainee for around six months with Daksha Legal in Bangalore, India, before joining the WTI.

Her past internship experiences were with various firms, In-House and Advocates like NTPC Ltd(HQ, Noida), Clarus Law Associates, Spectrum legal, Singhania and Partners, LLP; Lawyers Transcontinental, Daksha Legal, Banglore. During these internships, she has worked with various aspects of law in India such as Trade and Investment Law, IPR, Company Law, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, drafting of agreements, drafting of written statements and plaints.

During her bachelors, she actively participated in presentations and publications of short research papers where few of them are Emotional Imbalance- the trouble maker for trade war nations published at IIFT Blash club, Kolkata; Teesta River Dispute at NALSAR University; Marital rape at Subharathi University, Meerut and Constitutionalism at Osmania University, Hyderabad.

She has also worked as editor for journals like International Journal of Law and Management, and Quarterly Law Review of Indian Constitutional Law. During her Bachelors, she also actively participated in moot courts and also participated in Yashwanthrao Chavan National Moot court competition at Pune, India.

Apart from this, she is very much interested in International Trade Law and willing to continue working in the same field in her near future with International Organizations and Law firms. She is also further interested in pursuing a PhD in the field of International Trade Law.

Sumana is currently an intern at UNCITRAL. She also interned at South Centre, Geneva to expand her practical knowledge in International Trade Law. Sumana was also vested with a Luzius Wasescha internship scholarship issued by the Global Impact Association for the entire duration of her internship at the South Centre, Geneva. She took part in the prestigious John H Jackson moot court competition from WTI.