Aradhana is a DPhil candidate, with the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford. Her research focuses on rape adjudication in India; she seeks to highlight through her research how culturally dominant notions, underlying preconceptions and prejudices about rape percolate through the talk of these cases in a variety of settings and shape their outcome. Her research is supervised by Professor Laura Hoyano. Prior to the DPhil, she read for the Master of Philosophy in Law (2019) and Bachelor of Civil Law (2018) at the University of Oxford, and the BA LLB (Hons.) at the National Law University, Delhi (India). She was awarded the Modern Law Review Scholarship in 2021 and the Gopal Subramaniam Scholarship (Somerville College, University of Oxford) in 2019. She is Editor of the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog, Associate Editor with the Indian Law Review and was Co-Chairperson of the Oxford Pro Bono Publico (2018-19).