Marva Khan is an Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) at the Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan. She completed her BA-LL.B from LUMS and LL.M from Harvard Law School on the Fulbright Scholarship. Marva is the Co-founder of the Pakistani Feminist Judgments Project. She is also one of the founding members and the Co-Editor of the LUMS Law Journal, and served as an Article Editor of the Harvard Human Rights Journal. Her main areas of interest include constitutional law, human rights including disability rights, and gender. During her time at LUMS, she has designed and taught the following law electives: Constitutionalization of Gender; Expression Confined; Asking Feminist Questions in Pakistani Courts; and Gender Advocacy Clinic. Other courses taught by her include Constitution and Administrative Law, Constitution (Comparative) Law, Public Law, Introduction to Pakistan Legal System, and Introduction to Legal Reasoning. Marva served as the Director, Lahore Chapter, Harvard Club of Pakistan in 2020-2021. She also served as the Vice President of the LUMS Law Alumni Association in 2017-2018. She has also taught at the Punjab Judicial Academy. In 2020, she completed Asian Development Bank’s Training of Trainers on Gender Sensitization and Harassment.