Yashasvi Kanodia is currently pursuing her B.B.A., L.L.B (Hons.) from NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law and is in her second year of the study. Her research inclinations include feminine jurisprudence, human rights advocacy and criminal design. She has also developed a keen interest in the field of Intellectual Property Rights, in particular, owing to her summer internship at an IPR firm. She has presented her research paper entitled “Race, Gender & Battered Women Syndrome: The Urgent Desideratum for India to Recognize it” in a conference organized by the International Council of Jurists & Dr. Adish Aggarwala Law Chambers from 20-22 May 2020. She has also authored the paper entitled “Evolution of Laws Governing Pandemics in South Asia: India and a Comparative Analysis with Neighboring Countries; Pakistan, Sri Lanka & Nepal” which has been published in UGC CARE’s Tathapi Journal. Her publications also include “The Impact of Product Diversification Strategy on Brand Loyalty: A Case Study” which has been published in Volume 8, Issue 3 of MERC Global’s International Journal of Management (UGC Approved). Alongside, she has a number of blog articles and posts on socio-legal issues to her name. She has previously conducted rigorous research for organisations such as Cisco thingQbator, IIT BHU and Praja Foundation which deal with mental health policies and the intersection between law and public policy respectively.