Prof. Carl Landauer

Prof Carl is an International Lawyer, based at San Francisco. He was a Former Lecturer at UC Berkeley, Former Visiting Assistant Professor, McGill University & Former Lecturer Stanford University. He has taught international legal theory at the University of California Berkeley School of Law. He holds a J.D. degree from Harvard Law School and a Ph.D. degree in History from Yale University. His notable works are published in Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities, Indian Journal of International Law, Leiden Journal of International Law, London Review of International Law and European Journal of International Law.

Dr. Dinesha Samararatne

Dr. Dinesha Samararatne is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Public & International Law at the Faculty of Law. She read for her master’s degree as a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard Law School, MA, USA and she completed her doctoral studies at the University of Colombo. She has also been a Postdoctoral Fellow in the ARC Laureate Program in Comparative Constitutional Law at the University of Melbourne. Her notable works are published in Disability & Society, Journal of Law and Society, Indian Law Review, Sri Lankan Bar Association Law Journal, Asian Journal of Comparative Law, ISIL Yearbook on International Humanitarian and Refugee law, Asian Journal of Law and Society and others. In addition, has previously been Kathleen Fitzpatrick Visiting Fellow at the Centre on Comparative Constitutional Law, University of Melbourne.

Professor Manoj Sinha

Professor Manoj Sinha is a Professor and Director of Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. He was Director, Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi (2006-2009). He has completed Ph.D. in International Law from the Jawaharlal Nehru University, and LL.M. in International Human Rights Law from the University of Nottingham. He was offered visiting Professorship at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Lund, Sweden (2004-2005). He has served an Editorial Board member in the Business and Human Rights Journal (Cambridge University Press, UK). In addition, he has been the General Editor for Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies (Martinus Nijjhof, The Hague). He has also been the Editor of the Journal of Asian Legal Education, Sage Publications. He has published his works in Journal of the National Human Rights Commission of India, ISIL Yearbook of International Humanitarian and Refugee Law, Indian Journal of International Law, Chinese Yearbook of Human Rights, Journal of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict, Review of the International Committee of the Red Cross, International Journal of Minority and Group Rights, Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights and others

Professor Mohammad (Sahab) Shahabuddin

Professor Mohammad (Sahab) Shahabuddin is a Professor of International Law and Human Rights at the University of Birmingham. He is a recipient of the Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship (2018-2020) and the Japan Foundation Fellowship (2016). He is an Editorial Board member of the Asian Journal of International Law. He has authored Ethnicity and International Law: Histories, Politics and Practices (Cambridge University Press, 2016) and Minorities and the Making of Postcolonial States in International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2021). He is also the editor of the Bangladesh and International Law (Routledge, 2021). He is an Editorial Board member of the Asian Journal of International Law. His seminal works are published in African Yearbook of International Law, Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law, International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, Leiden Journal of International Law, and Asian Journal of International Law.

Prof. Prabha Kotiswaran

Prof. Prabha Kotiswaran is a Professor of Law and Social Justice, King’s College London. Previously, she has taught at SOAS, University of London. She holds LL.M. and S.J.D. degrees from Harvard Law School. She has been awarded the Philip Leverhulme Prize in 2014. She is the author of Dangerous Sex, Invisible Labor: Sex Work and the Law in India, published by Princeton University Press and co-published by Oxford University Press, India, which won the SLSA Hart Book Prize for Early Career Academics. She has edited Revisiting the Law and Governance of Trafficking, Forced Labor and Modern Slavery (Cambridge Studies in Law and Society, 2017). She co-authored Governance Feminism: An Introduction (University of Minnesota Press 2018) and co-edited Governance Feminism: Notes from the Field (University of Minnesota Press 2019). She has also co-edited the Routledge Handbook of Law and Society in 2021

Prof. Prabhash Ranjan

Prof. (Dr.) Prabhash Ranjan holds a PhD in law from King’s College London. He studied at King’s College London on a doctoral scholarship. Prabhash studied at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) for LLM on a British Chevening Scholarship. He holds LLB and BA (Hons) in Economics degrees from the University of Delhi. His book, ‘India and Bilateral Investment Treaties: Refusal, Acceptance, Backlash‘ published by Oxford University Press in 2019 is a valuable contribution. He has published in several leading international journals including the Netherlands International Law Review, ICSID Review, Journal of World Trade, Journal of World Investment and Trade, Asian Journal of International Law, Cambridge International Law Journal, George Washington International Law Review, Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business to name a few. He regularly contributes opinion editorials in India’s leading national newspapers like The Hindustan Times and The Indian Express.

Prof. Richard Albert

Prof. Richard Albert is the William Stamps Farish Professor in Law, Professor of Government, and Director of Constitutional Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. He holds law and political science degrees from Yale University, the University of Oxford and Harvard University and formerly served as a law clerk to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada. Professor Albert is co-editor of the Series in Comparative Constitutionalism at Oxford University Press, co-editor of the Series in Comparative Constitutional Change at Routledge, and co-editor of the Hart Studies in Latin American and Caribbean Constitutionalism. He is the author of Constitutional Amendments: Making, Breaking, and Changing Constitutions, published by Oxford University Press in August 2019. He has co-edited several volumes on the study of constitutionalism published by Hart, OUP, CUP, Springer and others.

Prof. Surabhi Ranganathan

Surabhi Ranganathan is a University Senior Lecturer in International Law, a Deputy Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, and a Fellow and Director of Studies in Law at King's College. She is also a fellow of the Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG). Her research explores the histories and politics of international law, with a current focus on the designation, representations and regulation of global commons, especially the deep seabed. One of her notable works is the book titled Strategically Created Treaty Conflicts and the Politics of International Law (Cambridge University Press). She has published widely in journals including the European Journal of International Law, Georgetown Journal of International Law, John Marshall Law Review, Eramus Law Review, American Journal of International Law Unbound, Indian Journal of International Law, American Journal of International Law, British Yearbook of International Law, Leiden Journal of International law and others.

Prof. Thomas Pogge

Prof. Thomas Pogge is the Leitner Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs and Director of the Global Justice Program at Yale University. He has a Ph.D. degree under the supervision of John Rawls from Harvard law School. Besides, he is the Research Director of the Centre for the Study of the Mind in Nature at the University of Oslo, a Professorial Research Fellow at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at Charles Sturt University and Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Central Lancashire's Centre for Professional Ethics. His known works include Global Tax Fairness (Oxford University Press, 2016), Politics as Usual: What Lies behind the Pro-Poor Rhetoric (Polity Press, 2010), World Poverty and Human Rights (Polity Press, 2008), John Rawls: His Life and Theory of Justice (Oxford University Press, 2007) and Freedom from Poverty as a Human Right: Who Owes What to the Very Poor? (Oxford University Press, 2007).

Prof. Umakanth Varottil

Prof. Umakanth Varottil is an Associate Professor at National University of Singapore. His areas of interest are corporate law and governance, mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance. He holds a Ph.D. degree from the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore and an LL.M. degree from the New York University School of Law. He has been a visiting academic at law schools in Australia, India, Italy, New Zealand and United States. He is an editor of the Oxford Business Law Blog, Indian Law Review, Asian Journal of Comparative Law and Singapore Journal of Legal Studies. His notable works are published in European Company and Financial Law Review, Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Berkeley Business Law Journal, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, Indian Law Review and others. He has co-edited Globalisation of Corporate Social Responsibility and its Impact on Corporate Governance (Springer, 2018) and Business Law and the Transition to a Net Zero Economy (Beck - Hart – Nomos, 2021).