Anujaya Krishna is currently working as a legal practitioner and legal knowledge consultant in India. She has been associated with the Sports Law team at Duane Morris and Selvam LLP, Singapore. She has authored a book entitled Sports Law and most recently got published in the Handbook on Sports Law. She has been keenly interested in Sports Law since her college days, and has several publications to her credit, in national journals as well as in international ones, such as the journal of the International Association of Sports Law, Greece.
She completed her integrated Bachelor’s degree (B.A.LL.B. (Hons.)) from National Law Institute University, Bhopal and pursued a Master’s in Law from the University of Hamburg through the Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding-Dr. Angela Merkel Scholarship by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Her Bachelor’s thesis focused on Sports Law in India while her Master’s thesis was based on a comparison of the governance of sports leagues in Europe and in India.
- The state of Sri Lankan cricket: corruption, sanctions and amnesty
- How cricket is tackling racism: A review of the ICC’s Anti-Racism Policy and Conciliation Process
- Prioritising player safety: The ICC’s new regulations for cricket helmets
- Restoring a fair balance: Should the MCC do more to regulate the size of cricket bats?
- “Throwing” down the gauntlet: What constitutes an illegal delivery in cricket?