Country Representative and Equality Law Director, Sri Lanka
Having spearheaded several global initiatives promoting equality and human rights throughout his career, Aritha leads iProbono’s Equality Law work. He ranked #1 in the Financial Times Outstanding list of Top 30 LGBT Future Leaders.
Arpeeta Shams Mizan
Senior Legal Officer, Bangladesh
Apart from active involvement in expanding iProbono’s work in Bangladesh, Arpeeta is also a professor at the University of Dhaka. She is an LLM graduate from Harvard Law School, she works on Human Rights, Colonial Legal History, and Refugee Law.
Junior Program Officer, Nepal
A lawyer with a specialisation in Commercial Law, Bandana provides legal support to the strategic litigation & transactional projects at iProbono, Nepal. She is also involved in research and outreach to our partner lawyers and organisations.
Senior Legal Officer, Nepal
As a human rights lawyer in Nepal, Barun is instrumental in developing iProbono’s work in the country. He handles human rights violations and public interest litigation cases before the Nepal Supreme Court, working alongside LAPSOJ.
With over 13 years experience of working in the legal and charity sector, Binita plays a crucial role in fostering relations with iProbono’s key stakeholders and overseeing our operations. Her role also involves working closely with iProbono's UK office.
India Program Director
Deeksha leads iProbono’s programs work in India and oversees case management. A human rights lawyer who studied law at Cambridge University, Deeksha has experience in civil and criminal litigation as well as refugee law.
Board Director, United Kingdom
A Chartered Accountant with 37 years experience, Douglas has been a Trustee of iProbono since its inception. He is also the Operations Director and member of the Board at Fieldfisher LLP, a European law firm which supports iProbono.
Chair, Board of Trustees, United Kingdom
A retired solicitor, Ellen is iProbono's Board of Directors Chair in the UK. In the past, she has been a Trustee of various charities and the Chair of The Bell Education Trust.
Pakistan Country Representative
A human rights attorney and political activist, Jalila was named in BBC's 100 Women of 2019 and chosen as an International Woman of Courage by the United States Department of State in 2020.
Program Officer, Sri Lanka
An LLB graduate from the University of Peradeniya, Kaveesha specialised in International Law and Human Rights. Her work in Sri Lanka as Program Analyst focuses on building iProbono’s presence through outreach programs and assisting litigation.
Mariam leads iProbono's programs and governance globally. A lawyer with a focus on social justice in South Asia and the UK, she is Trustee at Reunite, international centre for child abduction and on the development board of the Royal Drawing School.
Program Officer, UK
With a Law degree, and experience in both legal and charity sectors, Millie works on iProbono's projects in the UK engaging private practice lawyers and in-house counsel to build a culture of pro bono and strengthen civil society.
Legal Officer, Pakistan
Naima is the Legal Officer in Pakistan for iProbono and is an Advocate at the Lahore High Court. She is currently developing iProbono's in-country projects along with her law practice. Her area of expertise includes commercial arbitration, ADR, human rights and civil law matters.
A user-experience designer, Narayan focuses on iProbono’s website design and functioning. He has worked with iProbono since 2011, starting with the initial website, and continuing to re-design and develop the current site.
Program Manager, South Asia
A lawyer with experience in women's rights litigation, research, and advocacy, Radhika plays an integral role in streamlining iProbono's South Asia work. She assists the Managing Director and supports the work of in-country legal staff.
Senior Advocacy Officer
A professional photographer with an eye for detail, Richa is instrumental in building iProbono's visual library, which captures the human element of our work. Her role includes writing articles, managing social media, maintaining contact database and the website, designing, and establishing a video/podcasts library.
Board Director, United Kingdom
Roger runs his own legal consultancy having previously been General Counsel for CBS Viacom International, Simon Cowell’s production company Syco and PRS for Music. Roger is a Director on the Board of iProbono UK.
A motivated and eager-to-learn young professional, Satish handles the administrative duties at iProbono's Delhi office. As part of his role, he takes care of vendor management, invoicing and office logistics.
Program Manager, Sri Lanka
In addition to managing the iProbono programmes in Sri Lanka, Shevindri is an Attorney-at-Law with experience in criminal litigation who holds a master's in Justice and Criminology. Her areas of interest include gender-based violence and fundamental rights.
Founder and Executive Director
Founding iProbono in 2009, Shireen has worked in law and development across the UK, India and the US. She has been recognised by HM The Queen, the UK Prime Minister and the Asian Women of Achievement, with the Financial Times naming her 'Legal Innovator of the Year'.
Senior Manager - Research and Impact
Supriya is a policy professional with over a decade's experience in research and policy advocacy on global development and human rights. At iProbono, she provides strategic support to strengthen organisational capacity on research, monitoring, and evaluation.
Afghanistan Country Representative
With many years of experience in Human Rights activism, Zakira is part of iProbono’s South Asia Programme with a focus on Afghanistan. Her areas of interest are conflict transformation and transitional justice.
Communications Consultant, Sri Lanka
A civil society advocate, currently pursuing a Bachelor of Laws, Zaahid comes on board as the Communications Consultant for iProbono. His previous work was in advancing accountable governance & civil society engagement.