Sumi Dhanarajan

Sumi Dhanarajan
  • Graduate Student, School of Law
    National University of Singapore

LLB, University of Durham; MA in Understanding and Securing Human Rights, University of London; LLM in Asian Legal Studies and PhD candidate in Law, National University of Singapore. 1998, called to the Bar. International development practitioner specializing in the impacts of the private sector on human rights and poverty reduction. Former: Senior legal adviser to Hong Kong Democratic Party's legislative councillors; human rights officer, Malaysian Bar Council; Policy Adviser on the Private Sector for 10 years with Oxfam GB, latterly as Head, Private Sector Advocacy Team. 2009-11, led a research and educational programme on the Public Roles of the Private Sector, Centre on Asia and Globalisation, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Currently, Research Associate, Centre on Asian Legal Studies. Member: Council of Advisors, SustainAbility; Editorial Board, Journal of Human Rights Practice; Gray's Inn. Research Associate, METEOS. Founding Trustee, Business and Human Rights Resource Centre.