International Bridges to Justice is led by a group of over 65 employees, interns and volunteers throughout the world. Browse through the staff working at our headquarters office in Geneva and our seven regional offices situated in Asia and Africa.
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New Delhi: PT-62/17, Kalkaji, New Delhi, INDIA 110019
Ajay Verma – IBJ Fellow, Delhi
Since receiving his law degree and accreditation in 2001, Ajay Verma has been providing free legal assistance to the poorest communities in Delhi through his own private practice. As a practicing advocate before the Supreme Court of India and Delhi High Court, Ajay has a strong passion in litigation. Ajay has been frequently recognized as a dynamic, young leader in the field of criminal justice by The High Court of Delhi. To this end, he has been appointed to the Panel Counsel for the Government of India, the Panel Counsel for the Delhi High Court Legal Service Committee, and as the national representative for the Young Lawyer Committee of the International Bar Association. Ajay works closely with the Delhi Legal Services Authority, and is a member of several international bar associations such as the American Bar Association, International Bar Association (IBA), National Association of Criminal Defence Lawyers (NACDL) and Union internationale des Avocats (UIA). Additionally, he has been associated with many nongovernmental organizations such as Amnesty International India, American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch.
Pallavi Saxena - Legal Research Assistant
Pallavi graduated with B.B.A LL.B double-degree in 2010 from Symbiosis Law School, Pune and has since been involved with the NGO sector. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Criminal Law and Human Rights from the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. Prior to joining the Duty Lawyers Project in February 2012, Pallavi worked as an intern at IBJ from November 2011 – January 2012. Her association with legal aid has been nominal so far, but she wants to be actively involved in the process of ensuring access to justice and delivery of fair trial to individuals undergoing detention. Pallavi is interested in policy research of issues related to human rights, particularly of women and children. Pallavi loves to travel and is an avid reader.
Meena – Intern
Meena is an office assistant of IBJ INDIA's Delhi office. She graduated with a B.A degree from University of Delhi in the Year 2004. She is a qualified computer Operator and Programming Assistant. She manages day to day affairs of the Delhi Office besides the administrative work. Prior to IBJ she has worked as an Office Assistant in a Law firm.
Auriane Mouret - Intern
Auriane graduated from the “Institut d’Etudes Politiques” of Bordeaux (French Institute of Political Science) in November 2011, with a specialization in public law. Passionate about the justice issue and human rights, she was involved in several French non-governmental organizations along with her studies. She volunteered for three years with the French NGO “GENEPI”, leading art workshops with inmates and awareness campaign about prisons and the judicial system as a local group coordinator. Eager to learn more about India and to become a lawyer, she started working with IBJ from February 2013.
Tushar Kanti Mandal – Volunteer Photojournalist
Working as full time Senior Software Analyst with Dell Services at Noida for almost Four Years, Tushar has a passion in photography. Tushar has been associated with IBJ India Since June 2011 and contributed his time to cover IBJ India's activities. Before his association with IBJ India Tushar has also volunteered for various social causes, Of these the major work done were photo essays for UNV in collaboration with a Delhi Based NGO Joining Hands and preparation of Photo Calendars for an NGO Bal Sahyog.
Ajay Raghav – Volunteer Lawyer
Ajay Raghav started practicing as a lawyer in 2005 as a trial courts lawyer. He has more than six years of experience in handling both civil and criminal cases in the District courts of Delhi. He has also handled Writ Petitions, Public Interest Litigations, civil as well as criminal cases in Delhi High Court and is volunteering with IBJ as a duty lawyer since September 2011. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Delhi University and L.L.M from Veer Kunwar Singh University from Ara, Bihar.
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The powerful story of a #detainee freed after 8 years, thanks to IBJ#JusticeMakers: http://youtu.be/aMPhaJUfLCA