Five young women lawyers have been named by Forbes India magazine in their annual 30 Under 30 list..The five, who have been recognized for their contributions to the field of Law, Policy and Politics are Guneet Kaur, Isha Khandelwal and Parijata Bhardwaj, co-founders of the Jagdalpur Legal Aid Group in Chhattisgarh; and Shreya Rastogi and Lubhyathi Rangarajan, activists at National Law University Delhi’s Death Penalty Litigation Clinic..Forbes India annually releases its list of the 30 most promising people under the age of 30 in 12 different fields, including Art & Culture, Science and Entertainment. Describing their picks for the Law, Policy and Politics category, Forbes India said on their website,.“Our spunkiest listees, indisputably, are young lawyers—all women—who have made it their job to fix the ills of the legal system. Guneet Kaur (24), Isha Khandelwal (25) and Parijata Bhardwaj (26), co-founders of Jagdalpur Legal Aid Group, have set up shop in the Maoist-hit areas of Chhattisgarh, helping hapless undertrials fight the soaring incarceration rates. In the nation’s capital, Shreya Rastogi (24) and Lubhyathi Rangarajan (27) offer legal representation to death row inmates in an attempt to commute their sentences.”.Guneet is a graduate of Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur and holds an LL.M. from University of California, Berkeley. Isha graduated from Delhi’s Faculty of Law and Parijata is a product of Symbiosis Law School, Pune..Shreya is an alumnus of National Law University Delhi, whereas Lubhyathi is a Symbiosis and UCLA Berkeley grad..The methodology of compiling the list involved interviews with sources across relevant categories and studies of databases and media coverage, invitation of applications, and spreading the word through social media..Image taken from here.