Anuj Puri

Postdoctoral researcher – Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT)



In October 2022, Dr. Anuj Puri joined the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT) as a Postdoctoral researcher where he works with Prof. Dr. Esther Keymolen on devising self-regulatory strategies for responsible and trustworthy Artificial Intelligence. His research will focus on the social, ethical and legal aspects of AI. At the University of St Andrews, Anuj was an interdisciplinary PhD student based at the Department of Philosophy and the School of Management. His doctoral research focused on the group right to privacy. He was also a research fellow in AI and the Rule of Law at the Bingham Centre for Rule of Law. He completed his LL.M. from Columbia University School of Law. Prior to commencing his doctoral research, Anuj practiced Constitutional Law before the Supreme Court of India. He was also a visiting faculty at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Shillong and the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) Hyderabad.


Puri, Anuj. 2021. ‘A Theory of Group Privacy.’ Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy. 30: 477-538. Available here.

Puri, Anuj. “Moral Imitation: Can an algorithm really be ethical?” Rutgers. L. Rec. 48. Forthcoming 2020. Available here.

Puri, Anuj. 2018. “The Meaning of Rights.” John Marshall Law Review 51 (1): 503-528. Available here.

Puri, Anuj. 2016. “The Meaning of Law.” John Marshall Law Review 49 (4): 1077-1102. Available here.