Mayuri Anupindi is an international human rights and criminal lawyer. She is the Clinical Supervising Attorney and Lecturer in Law at the Stanford International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic. Anupindi has investigated and prosecuted atrocity crimes in South-East Asia on behalf of the United Nations, advised the Australian government on international human rights law and international crime cooperation, and worked with grassroots human rights organizations in the Balkans, Hungary, Myanmar, Central America, the United States, and Papua New Guinea.
Most recently, Anupindi investigated atrocity crimes for the UN Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar. She previously worked for the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee supporting grassroots organizations addressing forced displacement, peace-building, and accountability for atrocity crimes. Prior to this, Anupindi helped prosecute atrocity crimes as part of the UN Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials in Cambodia. Her career began with the Australian government in human rights, extradition and mutual legal assistance.
Anupindi holds a Master of Laws from New York University, and a joint Bachelor of Arts and Law with Honors from the University of Technology, Sydney. She was a Fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights at the Harvard Kennedy School from 2018 to 2019.