Stutee Nag is duly licensed to practice law as an attorney in the courts of India and in the State of New York. She graduated from UILS, Panjab University, India. She has ten years of progressively responsible experience in law including litigation, advisory, negotiation, drafting, research, and analysis. She was a law clerk to Justice M Jeyapaul of the Punjab and Haryana High Court in India. Thereafter, she worked as an associate with a well-recognized law firm in India.
Stutee received her LL.M (IP) from the University of New Hampshire School of Law, where she also served as the Student Governor for her class.
Recent Blog Posts
A CHILD COMES HOME
International Marital Disputes, Section 498A, Right to Travel and the Uncertainty Concerning Anticipatory Bail
Can the Passport of a Non-Resident Indian be Impounded based on a complaint under section 498A of the Indian Penal Code?
Compulsory Registration of NRI Marriages: What could it mean for NRI husbands?