Sruthi is a Student Staff Editor at Just Security and a first-year law student at Yale Law School. She is currently a member of the Police, Law, and Policy Clinic, an Articles Editor for the Yale Law and Policy Review, conducts research in constitutional law, and worked on the Kashmir Land Rights Projects for the Lowenstein Human Rights Project.
Prior to law school, Sruthi spent two years working as an Honors Intern at the Department of Justice, focusing on National Security and Counterterrorism Issues. Sruthi is interested in exploring implications of machine learning in warfare, international humanitarian law, international human rights law, counterterrorism issues, intersection of cybersecurity and international law, and the legal, ethical, and practical dimensions of interrogation. She holds BAs in Statistics and International Studies and an MA in Military Ethics for Case Western Reserve University.