I graduated from SOAS with a LLM in Environmental Law in 2006. The courses were as varied as the experiences and perspectives of the conveners and my classmates, and the discussions inside and outside the classroom at SOAS were enriching. My time at SOAS has definitely shaped the trajectory of my career. After graduation, I interned with Capacity Global and Friends of the Earth, two environmental organisations in London with a focus on domestic issues, and then I pursued an MSc in Environmental Policy and Regulation from the London School of Economics. From 2009 to 2011, I worked at the National University of Singapore, first with the Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law and then with the Institute of Water Policy at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy with a focus on climate change and water-related issues in Southeast Asia respectively. Since 2011, I have been associated with the Environmental Law Research Society, New Delhi where I work on water and sanitation law and policy, besides collaborating with other law researchers on other aspects of environmental law in India. As of 2014, I have returned to SOAS as a doctoral candidate in the School of Law.