After completing LLB from the National Law University Odisha, Ankita practiced at the Gauhati High Court for a year. At iProbono, she provides legal support to the litigation and transactional projects; she is also involved in research and outreach.
Country Representative and Equality Law Director, Sri Lanka
Having spearheaded a number of global initiatives promoting equality and human rights over the span of 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
Legal Analyst, 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.
Legal Analyst, 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.
A lawyer in Quinn Emanuel's London office, Chintan heads iProbono's public and administrative law projects. His academic credentials include a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge on Judicial Review in India and UK.
Board Director, United Kingdom
A Chartered Accountant with experience of 37 years, Douglas is a Trustee at iProbono. He is also the Operations Director and Director on Board at Fieldfisher Waterhouse LLP, besides being a Trustee at The Rule of Law Expertise Program.
Chair, Board of Trustees, United Kingdom
A retired solicitor, Ellen is iProbono's Board of Directors Chair in UK. In the past, she has been a Trustee of various charities and the Chair of The Bell Education Trust.
A sociologist, innovator, and a British human rights lawyer, Emma specialises in Access to Justice, Child Rights, and the Right to Health. Her role involves developing iProbono's network in the Southeast Asia region.
Through visual art and urban research work, Himani focuses on building inclusive spaces and communities. Her studio practice explores cities, spaces, politics, material and travel, aimed at strengthening communities and education.
Program Analyst, India
After graduating from National Law University Odisha, Karuvaki worked in the development sector in the area of health and environment for over 5 years. At iProbono, she is closely involved with litigation cases, research, and outreach.
Junior Program Analyst, Sri Lanka
An LLB graduate from the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, Kaveesha specialised in International Law and Human Rights. She is a passionate human rights activist, with a focus on Equality for all, and the protection of women and children against violence.
South Asia Regional Director
With over 10 years of experience in human rights law and a social anthropology degree, Mariam leads iProbono's work across South Asia, managing programs, operations, and people.
South Asia Program Analyst
A lawyer specialised in human rights and transitional justice, Meenakshi plays an integral role in streamlining iProbono's South Asia work. She closely assists the South Asia Regional Director and the regional Program Analysts on the Access to Justice Program.
A lawyer with more than 28 years of experience, Prasanna is on iProbono India's Board of Directors since 2016. He is a member of the Corporate Laws Committee of FICCI and was recognised as one of India's Top 50 lawyers in 2010.
An Advocate at the Lahore High Court, Naima is currently developing iProbono's projects within Pakistan, along with her own law practice. Her area of expertise includes Commercial Arbitration, ADR, Human Rights and Civil Law.
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 Analyst, India
A lawyer with experience in court procedures as well as corporate structures, Priya provides legal support to the litigation and transactional projects at iProbono. She is also involved in research and outreach to our partner lawyers and organisations.
Regional Advisor, Latin America
As Regional Coordinator for iProbono's work in Latin America, Raquel helps in mapping and implementing our network expansion strategy. Her work includes outreach to lawyers, law firms and social organisations in the region.
Advocacy and Visual Assets Officer
A professional photographer with an eye for detail, Richa is instrumental in building iProbono's visual assets library, which captures the human element to our work. Her work also includes publishing content to our social media and website.
Board Director, United Kingdom
Besides acting as the Global Head of Business Affairs at Syco - Simon Cowell’s production company, Roger is the Director on Board of iProbono UK. He has been involved in pro bono work for the last 8 years.
Operations Executive, India
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.
Senior Program Consultant
An Intellectual Property lawyer and one of the first members of iProbono's team in Delhi, Saurabh has been instrumental in building our Child Rights Program from the ground up. His work includes managing projects and coordinating workshops.
As the Founder and CEO of STIR Education, Sharath advises iProbono on Child Rights and funding strategies. He has previously served as the CEO of GlobalGiving, and as the Head of Social Ventures at eBay, UK.
After completing her Masters at SOAS University of London, Shaveena went on to become iProbono’s Program Analyst for Bangladesh. Her work includes identifying and enabling quality legal assistance for NGOs and social enterprises.
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'.
Board Director, India
Qualified as a Lawyer and Company Secretary, Sumit has extensive experience in carrying out legal and secretarial due diligence, in both Indian and overseas companies.
A leading IP lawyer practicing in the Supreme Court of India and Delhi High Court, Swathi co-founded iProbono India in 2011. She received her Masters degree from Columbia Law School, which she attended on a Harlan Fiske Scholarship.
Senior Communications and Advocacy Officer
A marketing and communications professional with over 8 years of experience, Swati plays a key role in iProbono's branding, awareness and campaigning efforts. Her work involves design, content creation, social media and website management.
Program Analyst, India
Apart from providing legal support to our different litigation and transactional projects, Yashaswini also focuses her interests to conduct legal research and engage with communications and outreach programs with our partner organisations and lawyers.
Head of Advisory Council, India
Besides heading iProbono’s Advisory Council in India, Zhooben is also the Managing Director of Mahindra Partners. He has played an active part in advising iProbono's finance, legal, HR, marketing and strategic functions.