In a truly inspiring real life portrayal of the dreams don't die adage, IDIA Scholar and NLSIU student Yamuna Menon has bagged a staggering eighteen gold medals out of a total of 38 medals up for grabs.She has also emerged as the Class Topper from the Class of 2020..The Law School's Twenty-Eighth Annual Convocation has seen a total of 18 awards go to Menon. Among these are the prizes for the Best Outgoing Student, Best Outgoing Undergraduate Student, and Best Outgoing Female Student, apart from her first rank gold..Menon is part of the IDIA Kerala chapter, and got in touch with the Chapter after coming across a newspaper article on the Trust and its objective to 'Increase Diversity by Increasing Access'..A diligent worker, she broke through the competitive Common Law Admissions Test with the Twenty-Eighth rank and was admitted to the National Law School for its Undergraduate Law Programme. During her period there, she pursued a mix of academic and extracurricular activities. A paper she authored on the exploitative Sumangali scheme in the Tamil Nadu textile industry was published in the Cambridge Law Review. She has also served as Editor-in-Chief of the Indian Journal of International Economic Law..Menon will be attending Trinity College at Cambridge University for her post graduate studies. .To find the entire awards list, visit this link.