Anusha Madhusudhan

Research Fellow

Ms Anusha Madhusudhan is a lawyer based in New York, who specialises in public international law and international dispute resolution. She has advised governments and other entities on legal and diplomatic issues in her areas of expertise, and was the youngest member of India’s Delegation to the 72nd session of the General Assembly. In 2019, Anusha served in the Chambers of the Presiding Judge of the United Nations International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (UN-IRMCT) in Tanzania, where she worked on landmark cases involving international criminal law. Anusha has worked with leading international law firms, including White and Case LLP in the Middle East, and has also consulted with international non-profit organisations and think tanks globally, including on developing teaching methodology on human rights mechanisms and instruments, and drafting policy briefs to assist regulatory bodies in navigating the intersection of international law and (emerging) cyber norms. She holds a BA.,LLB. (Honours) Degree from the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, India and a Master of Laws degree from New York University, where she was nominated to serve on the Board of the International Law Society.