Natasha Naidu

Natasha is a penultimate year LLB/BA (Development Studies) student at UNSW and this is her third year on the Editorial Board. Her area of interest is in democratic reform and comparative constitutional law in South and Southeast Asia.

Domestically, she has worked as paralegal at a Sydney commercial law firm and as a legal volunteer at the National Children’s and Youth Law Centre. Internationally, she has interned on defence at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and worked for international human rights advisory firm Global Rights Compliance.

Currently, she works as a case reporter for the Oxford Reports on International Law (Criminal Law Module) and as a research assistant to Dr Melissa Crouch. In 2019 she plans to finish her degree on exchange India before spending time undertaking language training and working across India and Myanmar.

Natasha previously co-founded a project which built a school in Cambodia. She has been awarded the Marie Bashir Peace Prize and named Young Person of the Year in the NSW Regional Youth Services Awards in recognition of her efforts. Natasha speaks English and Japanese.