Burhan Majid

Burhan Majid is an assistant professor of law at Jamia Hamdard in Delhi, and a doctoral fellow at NALSAR University of Law in Hyderabad. He is a recipient of the Indian Equality Law Fellowship 2022 (University of Oxford) and VRU-WCL Short-Term Fellowship 2023 (Humboldt University, Berlin). His writings have appeared in Verfassungsblog, The India Forum, The Wire, Outlook India and The Quint. He tweets at @burhanmajid.

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