JSM & SPILS Fellow, Stanford Law School, Counsel, Supreme Court of India
Nidhi works at Stanford Law School and graduated as a Gold Medalist in B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from KIIT School of Law, Odisha. She has read for MSc Law & Finance on full scholarship as Weidenfeld-Hoffmann & Chevening Scholar at Faculty of Law, University of Oxford. She is an alumna of Harvard Kennedy School of Government where she has studied Public Policy. She holds an M.A. in Economics for Competition Law from King’s College, London. Continuing with her interest in antitrust laws, she is enrolled as a JSM & SPILS Fellowship recipient at Stanford Law School, USA where she specialises in Law, Science & Technology.
She is currently a practising Counsel before the Supreme Court of India and an empanelled lawyer with the Delhi High Court, where she engages in both Civil and Criminal litigation and has a decade of legal experience. She also served as a Deputy Director for Centre for Competition Law & Policy (CCLP) at GLA University and an Adjunct Faculty in Law & Economics at NLSIU, Bangalore, NALSAR, Hyderabad & NUJS, Kolkata and also trains the IAS Officers (civil servants & diplomats) of India at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie. She is a Frédéric Bastiat Fellow at Mercatus Center, George Mason University, USA.
She has been enlisted as Top Individual Lawyer by Forbes India Legal Powerlist 2022, ‘Most Admired Global Indians’, 2022 by Passion Vista, Unified Brandz, awarded the ‘Lex Falcon’ award for emerging lawyers of India 2022, ‘Indian Achiever’s Award’ 2022 and ‘Women’s Achiever Award’ 2022 and ‘Research Excellence Award, 2022’ for contribution in legal practice and academics.
She has presented her work on Competition laws at Harvard Law School, Oxford, Cambridge, Columbia, Yale, Stanford, World Bank, World Trade Organisation & United Nations. Recently she delivered a keynote speech on Competition issues at Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India & on Privacy Issues at the United Nations Internet Governance Forum, Poland and Africa.