Aman Kumar

Aman Kumar did his LL.M. in International Law from the South Asian University, New Delhi. He has done his B.A.LL.B. with honors in ‘International Law’ and ‘Human Rights’ from National Law University, Assam. His recent publication is ‘A relook at the Principle of Uti-Possidetis in the context of the Indo-Nepal border dispute’ published in Jindal Global Law Review. His article ‘Resolving the “Dispute” Under Article 119(1) of the Rome Statute’ is published in Asian Journal of International Law (2020). His article ‘Trial as a Tool of Colonialism: The 1858 Trial of Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar’ is published in the International Criminal Law Review (2021). Currently, he is on the Editorial Board of Asia-blogs. He also runs his own international law blog (Indian Blog of International Law). He is interested in decolonising international law. Currently, he is working on ‘Turn towards History of India and International Law’, ‘The 1857 ‘War’ between British and the Mughal Empire’, ‘Ambiguous status of India in the writing of Westlake’ etc.

Amit K. Sinha

Amit Kumar Sinha is Assistant Professor at Law Centre-1, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. Prior to joining the University of Delhi, he was employed with the School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India. His areas of interest include International Economic Law and International Arbitration. He has obtained LL.M. in International Legal Studies from the Faculty of Legal Studies, South Asian University, New Delhi and B.A.LL.B. (Hons) from Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur. He was awarded 2nd prize in Asian Journal of International Law Young Scholars Prize 2019 for his paper “Non-Precluded Measures Provisions in Bilateral Invetsment Treaty of South Asian Countries”.

Anumeha Mishra

Anumeha Mishra is an Assistant Professor at Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. She has been teaching law since July 2017. Her areas of interest are public law and legal theory. She has worked as a Consultant at the Law Commission of India and has contributed to several Reports including the ‘Report on Hate Speech’, ‘Report on Gambling and Betting in India’ and ‘Consultation Paper on Sedition’. She has also assisted the Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India in legal projects

Ashit K. Srivastava

Ashit, is an Assistant Professor of Law at National Law University-Jabalpur. Previously he had two teaching experiences in National Law University, Odisha and Amity Law School, Lucknow. His area of specialization is Constitutional Law, Data Protection Law and more broadly in the discipline of Law & Technology. With major publications coming within the discipline of data protection, digital Constitutionalism, in his recent publication on Blockchain & Data Protection (Reconciling Blockchain and Data Protection Regimes’, Commentary, Economic & Political Weekly, Volume 40) he has emphasized on the nuanced relationship between Data Protection and Blockchain and how does the discipline overlap each other

Danushka Medawatte

Danushka S. Medawatte is a Senior Lecturer attached to the Department of Public & International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Colombo. She is the Course Director for International Human Rights at the postgraduate level and is also on the teaching faculty of the Masters in Human Rights and Democratisation programme of the University of Colombo. She authored the CEDAW Interim Report on behalf of Ministry of Women, Sri Lanka in 2019. Her notable works are published in California Western International Law Journal, Florida Journal of International Law, Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law, Bar Association Law Journal of Sri Lanka and others.

Kalana Senaratne

Dr. Kalana Senaratne holds LL.B. and LL.M. degrees from the University of London, and a Ph.D. in international law from the University of Hong Kong. He is the author of Internal Self-Determination in International Law: History, Theory, and Practice, published by Cambridge University Press in 2021. Senaratne is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Law, University of Peradeniya. He received his primary and secondary education at S. Thomas' College, Mount Lavinia. His distinguished works are published in Asian Journal of International Law, Hong Kong Law Journal, and Indian Journal of International Law.

Manwendra K. Tiwari

Dr. Manwendra Kumar Tiwari has been teaching in the National Law Universities since 2008. He has served the Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur for two years and Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow for nine years as an Assistant Professor of Law before joining the Dharmashastra National Law University as an Associate Professor of Law in October, 2019. He completed his LL.B. from the Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi and LL.M. from the Indian Law Institute (ILI), New Delhi. He was awarded the degree of Ph.D. in law by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow. Dr. Manwendra has published several articles and chapters in the reputed national journals and edited books respectively. His recent article titled 'Of Semiotics, the Marginalised and Laws During the Lockdown in India' was published in International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique in 2022. He has also authored modules in e-PG Pathshala portal of UGC in the subjects of Law and Criminology. He is a regular opinion piece contributor in Livelaw, The Wire and other web portals. His areas of interest are Jurisprudence, and Comparative Constitutional Law.

Neeraj Tiwari

Mr. Tiwari has begun his academic career from Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur. After teaching in HNLU for nearly two academic years he joined the National Judicial Academy, Bhopal in the year 2012. In the National Judicial Academy, he performed the task of conceptualizing academic programs for judges, conducting research in criminal justice, taking interactive sessions and coordinating programs for the Judges of Indian Judiciary. At NLUD, Mr. Tiwari is teaching Criminal Law to undergraduate and postgraduate students. He has also introduced a seminar course on Advanced Criminal Procedure for under-graduate students. Mr. Tiwari is associated with UGC ePG Pathshala Project on Law and Criminology in the capacity of Paper Coordinator. He has successfully coordinated two papers on 'Criminal Justice Administration' and 'Penology and Sentencing'.

Besides organizing various Seminars and Conferences he has also presented papers in various Seminars and Conferences. Mr. Tiwari is pursuing his academic and research work in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Administration. Presently he is pursuing his doctoral work on the topic ‘Role of Magistracy at Pre-trial Stage under Indian Criminal Justice System’ from National Law University Delhi.

Rashwet Shrinkhal

Rashwet Shrinkhal is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Human Rights, BBAU, Lucknow. His areas of interest are Legal Fundamentals and Public Law. Previously, he worked as an Assistant Professor of Law at the Department of Contemporary and Tribal Customary Law, Central University of Jharkhand at Ranchi. He has completed LL.M. from Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University. Besides, he has done M.Phil. and Ph.D. from Jawaharlal Nehru University. His notable works are published in Indian Journal of International Law, The Oriental Anthropologist and the AlterNative.

Rohini Sen

Rohini Sen is an Assistant Professor, Assistant Dean (International Collaborations) and Assistant Director, Centre for Human Rights Studies at the Jindal Global Law School, O.P Jindal Global University. Rohini has obtained an LL.M. in International Law from the University of Leeds and an Undergraduate Degree of B.Sc.LL.B. Law from Gujarat National Law University. She is pursuing her PhD from the School of Law, University of Warwick as a Chancellor’s Scholar. Rohini’s broad research interests are Critical International Law, pedagogy, post-colonial feminism, queer theory, Marxism and intersection of international law and history. Her prestigious works are published Journal of University of Wisconsin Law School, Journal of International Law, Belgian Journal of International Law, Feminista Journal, European Journal of Legal Studies and others.

Prof. Sandeepa Bhatt

Dr. Bhat joined NUJS as Assistant Professor (Law) in 2007 after having worked as Lecturer at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore and researching a major project on space law for ISRO. Currently, he is a Professor (Law) at NUJS. Dr. Bhat has obtained LL.B. degree from Mangalore University by securing Third Rank and Gold Medal. He has completed Masters Degree with International Law and Business and Trade Law as specialization from University of Mysore. He was the University topper and Gold Medallist for his LL.M. He has done his Ph.D. on 'The Legal Status of the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies - Implications of the Concept of Common Heritage of Mankind'. Dr. Bhat is also a member of the International Institute of Space Law, France. His distinguished works are published in Journal of Space Law, Kathmandu School of Law Review, Sri Lanka Journal of International Law, Asia Pacific Journal of Health Law & Ethics, International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies, Annals of Air and Space Law, International Journal of Law and Policy Review, Asian Journal of Air and Space Law and others.

Shailesh Kumar

Shailesh Kumar is an author, researcher, and teacher of public law. Presently, he is a DPhil candidate and a Commonwealth Scholar (funded by the UK govt.) working at the School of Law, Birkbeck College, University of London. He is a recipient of the Prof. Ronnie Warrington Graduate Teaching Assistantship. As an Associate Tutor, he has taught Criminal Law and Constitutional & Administrative Law to undergraduate and postgraduate law students at Birkbeck Law School, London. He is also a Senior Editor of the Birkbeck Law Review, London, and a Research Assistant at the department of criminology at Birkbeck. His research interests are Criminology & Social Policy, Socio-legal Studies, Legal Anthropology, Law & Visual Cultures, Constitutional & Administrative Law, and Social Research Methods. His notable works are published in NLSIU Journal of Law & Public Policy, International Journal Constitutional Law Blog, Contexto Internacional, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, Palgrave International Handbook of Youth Imprisonment, Routledge International Handbook of Penal Abolition and others.

Shree Agnihotri

Shree Agnihotri is a PhD candidate at the law department of LSE, where she is in receipt of the LSE PHD Studentship. She has a background in law, holding degrees from Dr. RMLNLU (Lucknow, India) and NYU (New York, USA), where she read for BA LLB (Hons.) and LLM (Legal Theory) respectively. Her research at LSE attempts to derive from Hannah Arendt's work a constitutional theory capable of acknowledging the relationship between law, political morality and politics.

Shubhangi Agarwalla

Ms Shubhangi Agarwalla is an Indian law graduate currently working as a Legal Assistant at the International Law Commission (ILC). She is an enthusiast of International law and has previously engaged with various UN Bodies, Chair of the International Law Commission and the Max Planck Institute of International Law. Currently, she engages in International dispute settlements. She has represented India in three WTO disputes and was the youngest ever to present oral arguments before the WTO Panel in India - ICT Tariffs. She is also the founder of International Law and the Global South Blog.