Professor Kapur is a Director of the Centre for Feminist Legal Research in New Delhi, India. She is currently the Joseph C. Hostetler-Baker and Hosteteler Professor of Law Endowed Chair at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. She has worked as a practising lawyer in India and been a visiting Professor at the National Law School of India; served as a visiting scholar at Cambridge and Harvard Universities; and was recently the Bertha Wilson Visiting Professor in Human Rights at Dalhousie Law School, Halifax, Canada. She has lectured and published extensively on issues of secularism, freedom of expression, equality and women's rights, including an edited collection entitled Feminist Terrains in Legal Domains: Interdisciplinary Essays on Women and Law, as well as co-authoring Subversive Sites: Feminist Engagements with Law (1996), and Secularism's Last Sigh?: Hinduvata and the (Mis)Rule of Law (1999).