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Climate Change Litigation InitiativeIndia

Shibani Ghosh

Shibani Ghosh is a Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research (CPR), a New Delhi-based think tank, and an Advocate-on-Record, Supreme Court of India. She specialises in environmental law, and appears in cases before the Supreme Court and the National Green Tribunal. At CPR, she researches and writes on issues relating to environmental law, regulation and governance. She has authored several articles, chapters and opinion pieces on environmental issues. She has edited a volume titled 'Indian Environmental Law: Key Concepts and Principles' (Orient Black Swan, 2019) which provides in-depth case-law based analysis of Indian environmental jurisprudence.

Shibani has been a Sustainability Science Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School (2014-2015), and a visiting faculty at the TERI University, New Delhi, and the RICS School of Built Environment, NOIDA, where she taught environmental law. She is a Rhodes Scholar and holds a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) and a Master of Science in Environmental Change and Management (MSc ECM) from the University of Oxford. Her undergraduate degree in law (BA LlB) is from the National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata.

She can be reached at shibanighosh@cprindia.org.