That patriarchy and biases tend to creep into our everyday lives is not a secret to anybody. But what happens when these biases seep into the functioning of the very body that is supposed to be ensuring that citizens of this country get justice?
In this episode of Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!, our hosts Pragya and Nishtha are joined by Iswarya Subbiah, a lawyer in High Courts and Trial Courts across India, as they delve into understanding the prejudices that play out in court, the gaps in legal education, and the need for reform in our justice system.
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