Sanjivini Raina is currently Assistant Professor at Law Centre-I, University of Delhi. She has fifteen years plus experience of teaching graduate and post graduate students.
Her area of interests are Intellectual Property Law, Competition Law and Mercantile Law. Her thesis was on the “Interface Between IPR and Competition Laws with Special Reference on Pharmaceutical Patenting in India”
She did her Ph.D. and LL.M. from the Faculty of Law, J.M.I securing first rank with gold medal. She also has done postgraduate diploma in Cyber and Internet Related Laws from Indian Law Institute with special merit award. She has presented her work at national and international conferences and also delivered special invitee lecturers at Delhi Judicial Academy, Indian Law Institute, Institute of Company Secretaries of India, Haryana Institute of Public Administration and VV Giri National Labour Institute. She has authored various articles in journal and contributed chapters in books.
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Contextualizing Legal Education during the Pandemic
Intellectual Property Rights and Human Rights: An Introduction
SHYAM D. NANDAN
Shyam D. Nandan is an Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India. He has an experience of 12 years at the Bar. He specialises in Civil and Commercial Laws coupled with more diverse interests as an academic. He also specialises in Civil trial and arbitrations.
He earned his B.A.,LL.B (Hons) Degree from the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (WB NUJS, West Bengal), Kolkata and LL.M. from the Indian Law Institute (ILI), Delhi. He has been actively contributing to academic research and teaching. He was awarded the M K Nambiar Memorial Gold Medal for Best Researcher by the Indian Law Institute in 2007.
He has delivered lectures on subjects and topics including Maritime Law, International Commercial Law and Civil Procedure as Guest Faculty to imminent institutions such as the Indian Law Institute, TERI University Etc.
His recent publications include three chapters on “Bail under Special Legislations”, "Anticipatory Bail" , and "Cancellation of Bail" in Bail: Law and Practice in India, Book Publication of the Indian Law Institute, Delhi.
ISBN 978-81-927926-6-8 .
Advocate Nandan can be reached at
Dr. Rabindra Kr. Pathak teaches at National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi. He has been an alumnus of Campus Law Centre, Delhi University and Indian Law Institute, New Delhi.
His area of interests primarily include human rights, constitutional law and legal theory.
His recent publications include the book titled Judicial Process by Thomson Reuters, 2019.
Dr. Nupur Chowdhury is Assistant Professor of Law at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi, India. She completed her B.A. (Hons.) in Political Science (LSR, Delhi University); LL.B. from (Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law) Delhi University, LL.M. in International and European Law, University of Amsterdam and PhD in Law and Regulation from University of Twente, Netherlands. Prior to this she was an Assistant Professor at the Jindal Global Law School and Associate Fellow at the Resources and Global Security Division, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).
She teaches courses on Political Science, Constitutional History, Research Methodology, Environmental law and Law and Technology. She has undertaken research projects in natural resources law, environment impact assessment, health regulation and regulation of emerging technologies. She is a member of the IUCN Commission on Environmental Law and of the TERI Institutional Ethics Committee.
Dr. Jupi Gogoi is Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. She completed her LL.M. from Indian Law Institute with specialisation in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Human Rights Law and her Ph.D. from Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) on the topic “The Protection of Agricultural and Natural Goods under the GI Act, 1999: A Socio-Legal Study with Special Reference to the State of Assam”. Before joining University of Delhi in 2018, she worked as Assistant Professor in the Indian Law Institute for six years.
Her areas of interest are IPR and Human Rights Law. She has made many academic contributions in critical areas of law and her writings have found place in reputed journals including CSIR-Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Review, Banaras Law Journal etc., newpapers like The Hindu, Assam Tribune as well as blogs like Spicyip(the leading IPR blog in India) . She has also co-edited a book on ‘IPR and Human Rights with Special Emphasis on India’ (Indian Law Institute Publications, New Delhi, 2018).
Nidhi Srivastava is a PhD Scholar at the Energy Studies Programme, SIS, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
She obtained B.A. (Hons.) in English Literature (Miranda House, Delhi University); LL.B. (Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, Delhi University); and LL.M. in Energy and Environmental Law (Catholic University (KU) Leuven, Belgium).
Nidhi has over ten years of experience of legal and policy research on issues relating to environment, natural resources, energy, technology regulation, and sustainability. Nidhi has worked with institutes such as The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and Centre for Environmental Law, WWF India. Thereafter, she has been a freelance legal researcher and consultant. She is also a guest faculty at the Centre for Post Graduate Legal Studies, TERI School of Advanced Studies and Honorary Fellow at Centre for Multilevel Federalism. She is a member of IUCN Commission on Environmental Law.
Ram Dulari Patel is a research scholar at Human Rights Studies Programme/ School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She is currently working on her thesis "Redressal Mechanism under the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women; A study of the Efficacy of the Optional Protocol".
Ram Dulari has done her M.Phil on "Inter-Governmental Negotiations at the United Nations General Assembly on the Security Council Reform; 2008-15" from the Center for the International Politics, Organisation & Disarmament (CIPOD), School of International Studies, JNU.
Kirat has done her M.A in Philosophy from the University of Delhi. Her areas of research interest include gender studies and environmental justice. She has also worked on Sartre’s Existentialism, John Rawl’s Theory of Justice, and selected works of Alan Turing.
She has nine years of experience as a Content Creator with leading organizations including MyGov, Ixigo etc. She is currently a Freelance Content Creator and Editor.
Anandita Yadav is a lawyer and has been guest faculty at Delhi Metropolitan Education Law School in the past. She completed her LL.B. from Delhi University and subsequently LL.M. from Indian Law Institute, Delhi. Her interest in theory and jurisprudence stems from her graduate degree in political science whereas criminal law, criminology and comparative studies are some of her other areas of specialisation.
Presently, her doctoral thesis on 'hate speech' has been submitted that seeks to rationalise the contested concept. As a legal researcher, her publications in leading journals and books cover a myriad range of legal issues including that of hate speech.