Kashish Aneja is a consultant at the O’Neill Institute, where he utilizes his global legal expertise to support the development of the COVID-19 Law Lab and the HIV Policy Lab.
Aneja has worked on projects with the World Health Organization, the Centre for Reproductive Rights in Washington, D.C., GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance in Geneva, the Public Health Foundation of India in New Delhi, and the Centre for International Trade and Economic Laws in New Delhi. Aneja has also served as a judicial law clerk and research assistant for Justice Dr. A. K. Sikri at the Supreme Court of India. In this position, he assisted in a wide array of matters concerning constitutional law, human rights, privacy law, and commercial law, and in notable judgments including legalizing passive euthanasia and challenge to the AADHAR scheme. He is also the co-founder of the Society for Democratic Rights in New Delhi.
Aneja holds an LL.M. in global health law and international institutions from Georgetown University Law Center. He was awarded the Georgetown University Global Health Law Scholar award for his master’s program. Aneja also holds a postgraduate diploma in medical law and ethics from the National Law School of India University and a B.A. LL.B. from the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi, India. He is admitted to the Bar Council of Delhi and is a member of the Supreme Court of India Bar Association.