After graduating as a gold medalist from law school in India, Ayushi read for her master’s degree at Oxford as a Weidenfeld-Hoffmann scholar, focussing on human rights, equality law, and medical ethics. She was then awarded the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights fellowship to work on improving access to justice for Afro-Colombian communities at DeJusticia, Bogota. Ayushi taught for a while in India and then returned to Oxford to commence her PhD on the equality implications of the use of human enhancement technology. She currently teaches law at Queen’s College, Oxford, serves as the Junior Dean at St. Benet’s Hall, and coordinates the mooting program at the Law Faculty. Ayushi has a keen interest in and has taught painting and mindfulness, as well as poetry to children. She is fluent in English, Hindi, and Urdu, and is proud of having traveled to 25 countries before she turned 25 (Morocco, Macedonia, and Vietnam are her favorites).