Professor (Dr.) Usha Tandon

Professor (Dr.) Usha Tandon is an eminent Professor of Environmental Law,Population Law,Gender Justice and Family Law. She is the world renowned scholar for her work on human development focusing on environmental protection and women empowerment. Recently (Oct,2015) she has submitted the Country report on International Research Project on Climate Change Commitments:An Ethical Analysis” conducted by University of Auckland,NZ and Widner University,USA with support from IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law and its Specialist Ethical Group.

Her book on Population Law in India is the only book of its kind which covers various population issues through the perspective of law and has been referred extensively in India and abroad. She has authored/edited books on the Climate Change(2016) and Gender Justice(2015). She served on deputation as Director of a Five Year Law School- Vivekananda Law School, GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi (2005). She has been the Fellow of Max Plank Institute for International and Comparative Private Law, Hamburg, Germany,(2011); International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg, France, (2007) and has to her credit Ciedhu which specializes her for the university human rights teaching. She has the honor of being invited by the Centre for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, American University Washington College of Law, USA to pursue research on Human Rights and Women’s Reproductive Health, (2004). She has also been invited by Korea Environment Cooperation to speak on “Green India Mission” in the 6th Policy Consultation Forum of the Seoul Initiative Network on Green Growth: Economic System Economy” in Busan, Republic of Korea,( 2011), organized by Economic and Social Commission of Asia and Pacific (ESCAP) in cooperation with Ministry of Environment of Republic of Korea.

As an expert from India, she participated in the International Symposium in South Korea (August, 2014) , Kathmandu School of Law, Nepal in the deliberations on the curriculum for “Human Rights of Women” (2003). She had been invited by the Royal Court of Bhutan, as a Guest of Honour to participate in the inauguration of new Supreme Court of Bhutan, by Indian Prime Minister on 15th June, 2014.

She has also participated as an expert in the “National Consultation on Strategic Five Year Plan Organised by National Commission for Women, Delhi (2010). She has 39 research papers to her credit published in the journals of international and national repute. Her published work got applauded by the Supreme Court of India (2003). She has presented papers in various countries at International Conferences including USA, France, China, Singapore, Malaysia and Nepal. She has been supervising research work for LL.M. and PhD scholars and has successfully completed the research projects sanctioned by the University Grants Commission, Delhi and the National Commission for Women, Delhi. One of her research studies on Women and Population has been published by the National Commission for Women (2010). Recently, she has submitted the research report on Honour Killings in Northern India to National Commission for Women (Feb 15, 2012). She holds professional memberships with Population Association of America, MD, USA; South Asian Law Schools Forum for Human Rights (founder member) Kathmandu; All India Law Teachers Congress, New Delhi (founder member); Indian Law Institute, New Delhi (life member) Institute for Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies, New Delhi (life member) and Indian Society for International Law, New Delhi. Currently she is legal advisor for Delhi University Women’s Association (2011-13); Member (legal) University Unit Complaint Committee Against Sexual Harassment, Faculty of Science, University of Delhi, Editor-in-Chief of Journal of the Campus Law Centre and Member, Editorial Board of US-China Law Review.

She has successfully organised, as the Professor-in-Charge CLC, National Seminar on Gender Justice (8th March, 2014) , International Conference on Climate Change (25th-27th April, 2014), in which fourteen countries across the world participated and another International Conference on “Combating Human Trafficking with Special Reference to Women and Children” (13th -15th February, 2015), “Conservation of Bio Diversity and Sustainable Energy : Law and Practice”(12th-14th February,2016) in which various countries across the world participated.She is presently the Professor-in-Charge of CLC.


Professor Subash C. Raina is born and brought up in the State of J & K (Kashmir). He had his B.Sc. (Biology) from Kashmir University in 1973. He joined Aligarh Muslim University wherefrom he obtained his Graduate and Post-Graduate Degrees in Law. Professor Raina served as a teacher at Faculty of Law, Aligarh from 1979-80, he later joined University of Jammu and was there upto 1997. It is in 1997 Professor Raina joined University of Delhi as Associate Professor and was elevated to Professorship in July, 1998. Since then, he is at Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi, Delhi.

Professor Raina has been to Max-Plank Institute at Frieburg in 2009 and 2010 as an Expert in the area of Criminology. Professor Raina has been awarded the best Social Scientist award “Harish Chander Haikarwal Award” by Indian Society of Criminology in 2006. Professor Raina was selected by the University Grants Commission in 1994 as a “ Career Awardee” under Young Talented Researchers in the country.

Professor Raina has written two books, completed 4 Post-Doctoral Research Projects and published 15 Papers, besides he has guided good number of Ph.D. Scholars, 14 of his Scholars have been awarded Degree of Doctorate in Law till 2014. Professor Raina is specialised in Criminal Law and Criminology. Besides, he has good expertise in Research Methodology.

Prof. Raina is presently the Vice-Chancellor, NLU Shimla.


Professor J.L.Kaul, is currently working as Vice-Chancellor, H.N.B. Garhwal (Central University), Srinagar, Uttrakhand. He was also the Vice Chancellor of Vikram Law University, Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh). He is a Fellow of Institute of Globalization and International Relations, Maastricht University. He is also a visiting fellow, Bangor School of Law, Wales, England. He is member governing Council, Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi. He is heading the All India Law Teachers Congress also.

He has completed his studies from Delhi University and Punjab University, Chandigarh, India. He has also worked in Punjab University and Rohtak University, prior to joining University of Delhi in 1997. Professor Kaul has teaching and research experience of more than 30 years. Professor Kaul specializes in the field of Constitutional Law, International Law and International Trade Law. His research interests include Human Rights and international trade law.

Professor Kaul has edited books on “Human Rights: Issues and Perspectives” (1995), and on “Good Governance and Human Rights” (2008). He is currently supervising two research projects on “Socio-economic Rights and Globalization” (UGC funded) and “India’s Bilateral Trade Agreements” (Delhi University funded).He has to his credit more than 25 published research articles and book reviews. He has also to his credit more than 30 addresses in different fields of Constitutional Law and Human rights, at various forums, universities and colleges in India and abroad. He was a special invitee to IGIR sponsored workshop in Tokyo in June 2010, where he spoke on India’s Liberalization Schemes. His recent engagement was at the Bangor University Law School, Republic of Wales, July 2012, where he lectured on India and International Law. He is a Special Invitee from India to Harvard Overseas Asia Week, Dubai (August, 2013).

Professor Kaul was awarded The Hague External Fellowship (1990) and is also a recipient of Fellowship from International Institute of Public Law and International Law, Thessaloniki, Greece (1990).

Professor Kaul was Director, National Law College, Gurgaon, India (2005). He is a Visiting Faculty member of Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi, and Indian Law Institute, New Delhi where he lectures on Human Rights, International law and International trade law. He is also a Visiting Faculty of Institute of Criminology, New Delhi, India where he lectures on Human rights. Professor Kaul is associated with many Universities in India in various capacities.


Professor Kamala Sankaran teaches Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence at the Campus Law Centre. She has been Research Professor at the Indian Law Institute and was earlier at the Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia. Her research interests include constitutional law, international labour standards, and the regulation of work. She is currently working on the areas of the informal economy and law, and equality and discrimination issues in South Asia.

Prof. Sankaran has taught at the University of Sydney Law School, University of Sydney and delivered lectures/talks at various international and national universities and institutions such as the University of Cape Town and the Georgetown University Law Center.

Professor Kamala Sankaran has been a Fellow, Stellenbosch Institute of Advanced Study, South Africa, Visiting South Asian Research Fellow, School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies, Oxford University, and a Visiting Scholar and recipient of the Fulbright Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship at the Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C. She has been involved in national and international research projects in the areas of informal economy, comparative constitutional law etc.

She has been an invited plenary speaker in international conferences and presented papers at several national and international conferences/seminars both within India and abroad including the Indian Society for Labour Economics, Indian Society for International Law, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, International Association of Law Schools General Assembly, Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford University, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin etc.

Prof. Sankaran has published widely in several international and national journals. Prof. Sankaran has also authored various books and is a contributor to the Halsbury’s Laws of India. Her recent books include Affirmative Action: A View from the Global South  (Dupper and Sankaran eds.) (SunMedia, Stellenbosch, 2014) and Challenging the Legal Boundaries of Work Regulation, (Fudge, McCrystal and Sankaran eds.)(Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2012).

Prof. Sankaran has served as the Dean, Legal Affairs, University of Delhi. Prof. Kamala Sankaran has been a member of various official committees has also served as a member of the Delhi High Court Legal Service Committee and the Delhi State Legal Services Authority. Prof Sankaran has been Editor of the Delhi Law Review, Convenor, Legal Literacy Application Course, BA Programme, University of Delhi.


Dr. Alka Chawla is a Ph.D. in Copyright Law from the University of Delhi. She has been teaching Intellectual property, Administrative Law and Jurisprudence in Faculty of Law, University of Delhi for last twenty five years. Earlier she did research work for four years in the National Institute for Public Finance and Policy. Dr. Chawla has given presentations on IPRs in The George Washington University, US; University of Edinburgh, UK ; ESCP, Paris , Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, Switzerland , etc. and to high powered delegations from China and Afghanistan.

Dr. Chawla has been a resource person for seminars, workshops and courses conducted by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), US Patent and Trademark Office, University Grants Commission (UGC), University of Delhi, Ministry of MSME, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Indian Law Institute, FICCI , Police Training Institute, Training Institute for Central Excise and Customs Officers, Haryana Institute of Public Administration , etc.

Dr. Chawla has authored a number of articles and research papers and made presentations at National and International conferences and workshops. Dr. Chawla has authored two books, namely, "Copyright and Related Rights : National and International Perspectives" and "Law of Copyright : Comparative Perspectives". She has written a well acknowledged report on "Counterfeiting and Piracy in India", for Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), a leading think tank of Europe. A research project was also undertaken by her on behalf of University of Delhi on "Private -Public Partnership in Higher Education".

She is member of Delhi High Court Legal Services Committee, Human Ethics Committee, University of Delhi and Delhi University Community Radio Committee. She is an advisor to FICCI Education Centre, CII Education Centre, National Institute of Intellectual Property and Indian National Bar Association .


Dr. Raman Mittal teaches Law at University of Delhi. Prior to that he has worked at the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. He holds LL.M. and Ph.D. from Panjab University, Chandigarh together with M.S.S. from International Space University, France. His research interests include Intellectual Property, Contract and International Laws.

He has published extensively in national and international journals and has also authored many books. Dr. Mittal has visited various national and international legal institutions in the capacity of visiting faculty; the prominent being Max Planck Institute of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, Munich and University of Washington, Seattle. Dr. Mittal has advised the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India in treaty negotiations and has been a member of the Drafting Committee that was tasked with the drafting of Copyright Rules, 2013.


Mr. Sunil Kumar Gupta is an Associate Professor at the Campus Law Centre , University of Delhi and has been teaching for the last 36 years. Family law and Labour law are his major areas of teaching interests.


Dr. Vandana is an Associate Professor at the Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi and has been teaching for the last 21 years. While criminal law and family law remain her major areas of teaching interests. She has done her doctoral research on sexual violence against women. Being keenly interested in gender studies she has delivered several lectures as visiting faculty for specialized courses and training programmes focusing on gender issues, at the University of Delhi and other national institutions and NGO’S.

After completing the specialized course in law teaching from Cardiff University UK, she has contributed as a Project Coordinator to the cascading programme in India on law teaching and legal research skill, a joint effort of University of Delhi and Cardiff University in collaboration with the British Council, Delhi. She has written many Articles in law journals of international repute. . She has also authored a book entitled “Sexual Violence Against Women: Penal Law and Human Rights Perspectives” (Lexis Nexis Butterworths Publication).


Dr. Gunjan Gupta is an Associate Professor at the Campus Law Centre. She is LL.M. from Faculty of Law Delhi University and a Ph.D on the topic “The Law Relating to Dishonour of Cheques, including Electronic Cheque; A Socio Legal Study” from Faculty of Law, Delhi University. She has been teaching Law of Evidence and Elements of Indian Legal system for the last eighteen years. Dr. Gunjan Gupta is the member of Admission Committee, Faculty of Law since 2012.

She has been the Editor of the Journal of Campus Law Centre (JCLC). She has also delivered lectures on law of Evidence and Negotiable Instrument Act in Innovative Institute of Education and Technology, Greater Noida. She has given training on Legal Education organized by CLC in collaboration with Delhi Traffic Police. Dr. Gunjan Gupta has number of research papers to her credit in journals of national repute and has presented papers at National Seminars. Dr.Gunjan Gupta has authored Seven books, prominent among them are “Dishonour of Cheques” Gupta, Gunjan and Rajesh Gupta, 2004, 3rd Edition, Bharat Law and “Law of Notices”, Gunjan and Rajesh Gupta, 2001 Bharat Law.


Ms. Neha is an Assistant Professor. She has done B.A. LL.B From Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak and LL.M. from Kurukshestra University, Kurukshestra with specialization in corporate Law and Family Law. She is pursuing PhD on the topic "Legal Protection of Persons with Physical Disabilities: National and International Perspectives" from University of Delhi. She has attended many national and international seminars and conferences. Her areas of interest include Family Law, Law of contract and Criminology.

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