Rinzin Wangdi was appointed as an Associate Professor of Law at Jigme Singye Wangchuck School of Law in January 2017. He completed his B.A. in Buddhist Philosophy from the institute of Nga-gyur Nyingma, Mysore, India and the P.G. Diploma in National Language course in 1998. Rinzin served as Drangpon Rabjam at the Judiciary, before which he worked as Chief Research Officer at the High Court. He served a total of five years at the Supreme Court and seven years at the High Court. During his tenure with the Judiciary, Rinzin contributed to the development of judicial forms as a part of reforming the judicial procedures. He also taught Dzongkha grammar, poetry and Bhutanese Laws to Bench Clerk trainees. He has published several books such as the Legal Dictionary, Building the Supreme Court, Source of Law and Court Crest – Judiciary of Bhutan. He resides at the NPPF colony with his wife and six children.