Mallika Khathuria (She/Her)

Student, University of Leeds

About Mallika Khathuria

Law student at the University of Leeds, with a passion for Human Rights Law.

I am a/an:

Undergraduate Leadership & Research Scholar


University of Leeds

Laidlaw Cohort Year


Research Topic

Social Work

Area of Expertise

Law Social Sciences

I am from:


I speak:

English Hindi Sindhi

My hobbies/interests are:

Art Badminton Cycling Dance Film & TV Gym Hiking/walking Music Spirituality Theatre Video/filmmaking

I am open to participating in mentoring/buddy programmes


Influencer Of


Channels contributed to:

Scholars' Stories

Rooms participated in:

University of Leeds

Recent Comments

Nov 02, 2023
Replying to Megan Shaw

This is amazing it looks fab! Such an interesting read!

Aw thank you Megan! Loved yours as well x

Jun 29, 2023

This is so well written - kudos to you for summarising the essence of our Oxford trip so well! And thank you for the shoutout - couldn’t have done it without you, and frankly wouldn’t want anyone else 🫢

Jun 27, 2023

Was such a pleasure to attend and couldn’t have done it without you!

Jun 27, 2023
Replying to Sebastian Glasper

We got through it together! Even though we were both scared your constant outgoing and willingness to participate was a great inspiration to me on this trip and it really helped me to see you give it your all! That said I am still going to be avoiding mountains and spiders for a little while πŸ˜‚

Hahaha I agree, some fears are there for a reason πŸ˜† But it was lovely to have you and everyone else be there for me so thank you for that πŸ’•

Jun 26, 2023
Replying to Lily Grace Else

You are so encouraging to those around you, and so selfless! you pushed yourself to climb that mountain not just for yourself but to make it up there as a 'Team',  your willpower to keep going inspired us all to push on.

So grateful to have experienced the trip with you :)

Awww thank you for saying that Lily! My favourite part of the trip was to be able to do it with you 🫢

Jun 26, 2023
Replying to Amarni Newman

It is not being fearless that makes you admirable, it is pushing through and facing the fears that makes you admirable. You also showed kindness and empathy to those around you, and I am glad to be a recipient of that :)

Well put Amarni! Thank you for saying that 🩷

Jun 26, 2023
Replying to Aditya Jindal

Great to see that you have progressed so much! Enjoyed the trip in the company of such courageous and adventurous people like you😊

Thank you Aditya! Couldn’t have done it with a different group of people πŸ’•

Jun 26, 2023

So well said! The most rewarding part of this scholarship is to be able to call you and other scholars in our cohort genuine friends! This is only the beginning 🫢