Intern and Editorial Assistant, Handbook on MSEs and Human Rights.
Shubham's areas of interest and engagement include rights-based approaches to sports, discrimination law, human rights, and socio-legal studies.
At the Centre for Sport and Human Rights, Shubham is providing editorial and research assistance in relation to the upcoming Handbook on Mega Sport Events and human rights. He is also a Research Fellow at the Sports Law & Policy Centre, India. He focuses on projects aimed at using sports to enhance access and fulfil sustainable development goals. He is also a Legal Advisor (pro-bono) at Fair Game UK, advising on issues concerning the governance and sustainability of football in the UK. In October 2022, he will begin doctoral research at the University of Cambridge. His research will focus on exploring the role of law, regulation, and policy in enhancing access and inclusion in sports, through a case study of Cricket.
Shubham has practiced law in London at Linklaters LLP including as part of their employment law and sports law groups (2019-2021). He is a graduate of the University of Cambridge (LLM, 2019) and the National Law School of India University, Bangalore (BA LLB Hons., 2018).