Shreela has read law from Amity Law School, Noida. She also has an honours degree in Economics from Delhi University where her interest in public policy first emerged. She was keenly interested in development economics and competition law. As a research analyst for PwC India’s regulatory division she worked on the electronics sector, advising clients on how to avail benefits of the MSIPS scheme. She also worked with the firm’s anti-dumping vertical.
She is also a Young India Fellow from Ashoka University where she was exposed to a vast range of subjects taught by eminent scholars in public policy, law, economics, psychology and philosophy. Some of her best learning experiences there include Totalitarian Century taught by Dilip Simeon and Leadership and Group Dynamics by Kenwyn Smith.
She has also worked at Lakshmikumaran and Sridharan as a research associate tracking developments in the personal data protection bill and its effects on India’s digital economy. She also advised e-commerce clients on the competition effects in the digital economy brought about by EU’s GDPR and other similar legislations. In law school, she did various internships in litigation and policy and divulged in other interest areas like Intellectual Property Rights and IT Law . At DeepStrat, she has been involved in researching the different facets of various legislations governing the digital economy, such as the digital competition bill, the regulations surrounding online gaming, intermediary liability and user harm. She keenly follows developments in competition law, data governance and e-commerce and how it impacts businesses and other stakeholders. She utilizes her background in economics and law to aid research work and fosters growth of the company. Beyond her professional interests, she is also an excellent sportsperson and has won many medals across a variety of sports, especially in swimming. She also enjoys dancing and reading.