Raunak Sood is a fourth-year student reading for a degree in law at Gujarat National Law University, India. He has a keen interest in human rights, politics, history, and economics and enjoys football as well as philosophy. Internship experiences at Human Rights Law Network (HRLN), under Hon’ble Mr. Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva at the Delhi High Court, and under numerous lawyers have contributed to piquing his curiosity about social and cultural realities. He serves as Associate Editor of the GNLU Journal of Law and Economics, Editor for the GNLU Journal of Law, Development and Politics, and is the Secretary of the Progressive Constitutional Law Society. Currently, he is also involved as a Research and Drafting Volunteer at Parichay, which is a collaborative legal aid clinic for NRC (National Register of Citizens) Appeals in Assam and as a Research Assistant at Feminist Judgments Initiative, India. He has written for Oxford Human Rights Hub on the migration crisis in Northeast India. He hopes to work towards a more just, humane and empathetic society and wishes to see systemic change in the make-up of institutions, with due regard for diversity, tolerance and liberal thought.