Anuja works in the Commercial, Trademarks, and Privacy Group at Inventus Law. At Inventus, she drafts commercial agreements, advices clients on compliance with varied privacy and data protection laws, drafts privacy policies, terms of use and terms of service, and provides support on various intellectual property matters. She is extremely passionate about the interplay between IP, privacy and technology.

Prior to joining Inventus Law, Anuja worked at a top tier intellectual property law firm in India where she assisted clients globally on a myriad of projects related to trademarks law, copyright law, IP due diligence, customs enforcement, anti-counterfeiting, media and entertainment law, data protection and
privacy laws, domain name disputes, and drafted several commercial contracts.

She earned an LL.B. (J.D. equivalent) degree from Government Law College, Mumbai and an LL.M. degree from University of California, Berkeley School of Law, with Pro Bono Honors and a Certificate of Specialisation in Law and Technology. During law school, Anuja had the opportunity to work with the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California on a pro bono project called the Digital Rights Project where she conducted policy research related to consumer data protection and compliance under California consumer privacy laws. At Berkeley Law, Anuja co-founded an organization called B-LIT – Legal Innovation and Technology @ Berkeley, which focuses on legal
informatics and introducing Berkeley students to new technologies used in legal practice in the 21 st century. She was also the LL.M. representative for an organization called PrivLab – Privacy Law at Berkeley. Anuja is currently carrying out research related to AI & Ethics with the AITruth organization and has several publications related IP law and technology. In her free time Anuja loves reading, travelling, checking out the best dive spots and experimenting with new cuisines. Anuja is fluent in English, Hindi and Gujarati.