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All India Law Teachers Congress
All India Law Teachers Congress
All India Law Teachers Congress
 
All India Law Teachers Congress
All India Law Teachers Congress
 
 
AILTC Office Bearers
 
The General Body of the All India Law Teacher’s Congress (AILTC) have elected the following members of the Executive Council unanimously in its meeting held on 25th July 2015 at the premises of ISIL New Delhi, for two years period.
 
Professor J. L. Kaul (President)
Professor J.L.Kaul, LL.M, Ph.D. is working as a Professor of Law, at University of Delhi, Delhi-7. Prior to joining University of Delhi, he has served at Rohtak Law School and Chandigarh Law School. Professor Kaul was awarded fellowship by Institute of Public and International Law, Thessaloniki and also Hague External Fellowship. He has also served as Director, National Law College, Gurgaon. Professor Kaul has publications in areas of Human Rights and International trade.

He is associated with different law schools in India in various capacities. He is currently teaching International trade and Human Rights at Faculty of Law, University of Delhi.

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Professor Manoj Kumar Sinha ( Secretary )
 
Manoj Kumar Sinha is Professor of Law at WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. He did his Doctorate in International Law from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.. Subsequently, he was awarded the European Commission Scholarship to pursue an LL.M. in International Human Rights Law from the University of Nottingham. In 1998 he attended the 29th session of the International Institute of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France. He has published extensively in the field of international law, international relations, constitutional law, international human rights, humanitarian and refugee laws, in reputed Indian and International Law journals. He was offered prestigious visiting Professorship at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Lund, Sweden, for (2004-2005).

He started his career as Assistant Professor at the Indian Society of International Law (ISIL) and later on promoted to the post of Director of the ISIL in 2006 and served ISIL in same capacity till March 2009. In year 2007, he has been elected as Secretary of All India Law Teachers Congress (AILTC) and again reelected in 2009 for another two years term. He has been regularly delivering lectures at various institutions outside of the university, namely, law colleges in India and abroad, UGC Academic staff College, training programme of Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Environment and Forests.

His recent authored and edited books include: International Law: Issues and Challenges(2009); International Criminal Law: Issues and Challenges;(2009); Global Governance, Human Rights and Development ( 2009); Human Rights and Good Governance: National and International Perspectives (2008); Right to Health in the Context of HIV/AIDS in India and Africa (2007); Enforcement of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: International and National Perspectives( 2006); Humanitarian Intervention by the United Nations (2002); Implementation of Basic Human Rights (2001) and Basic Documents on International Human Rights & Refugee Laws (2001).
 
 
Professor B. C. Nirmal ( Vice President )
 
Prof. B.C.Nirmal, Professor of Law at Law School, Banaras Hindu University (BHU). He has had more than 31 years of experience of teaching for LL.B and LL.M classes, guided and supervised more than 50 LL.M dissertations (mostly on human rights law) and 12 Ph.D. students. He has authored/edited books and published research articles including The Right to Self-Determination in International Law (1999).
   
Dr. D. N. Jauhar ( Vice President )
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Professor Nirmal Chakraborty ( Vice President )
 
After graduating from the University of Calcutta, Dr. Chakrabarti did his LL.B, M.A. (Political Science) and LL.M. (Tort and Crime) from the University of Calcutta and got his Ph.D. from the University of Burdwan on Probation System in the Administration of Criminal Justice in West Bengal.

Immediately after passing LL.M. in 1985 Dr. Chakrabarti joined in West Bengal Education Service and posted as Lecturer in Law in Govt. of West Bengal Hooghly Mohsin College on 5th July, 1985. On 27th November, 1996 he joined in the University of Calcutta as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Law and promoted as Reader in August 1998 and as Professor from 1st Jan. 2007. He also held the post of Head of the Department of Law in the University of Calcutta (2002-2004).

As a prolific writer Dr. Chakrabarti has so far authored seven (7) Books, namely Principles of Legislations and Legislative Drafting, Probation System in the Administration of Criminal Justice, Administration of Criminal Justice: The Correctional Services(in Five Volumes), Law and Child, Gender Justice etc. He has also published more than 50 articles and research papers in various national and international journals such as International Journal of Comparative Criminology and Offender Therapy, New York, Journal of Indian Law Institute, A.I.R., Criminal Law Journal, Indian Journal of Criminology, Journal of Indian Academy of Social Science etc.

Dr. Chakrabarti has established himself as a researcher in the field of Criminology and criminal justice in India. He has successfully guided twelve(12) Ph. D. scholars, mainly in the field of criminal law and criminal justice. He worked as Joint Coordinator of the Calcutta Task Force of the Government of India, Ministry of Law & Justice sponsored Project on Reformulation of Immoral Traffic Prevention Act, 1956 and Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986 conducted by The National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore during 1992-1993. He was Adviser to the Task Force in the area of Criminal Justice and Investigation to the West Bengal Second Police Commission (1997). During August-September 1998 he was invited to act as member of International Panel of Experts by the International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy, Vancouver, Canada and contributed on Draft Resource Manual and Compendium on the Model Strategies and Practical Measures on the Elimination of Violence Against Women (in response to United Nations General Assembly Resolution, December, 1997 No.52/86). Worked as a Member of the Research Team of West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, (NUJS) Kolkata, on the Research Project on Criminal Justice Reform sponsored by Ford Foundation and specially contributed in the area of Prison and Correction. He has also worked as Project Director,West Bengal of the Research Project “Access to Justice by Poor and Disadvantaged People” sponsored by United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in collaboration with Ministry of Law & Justice, Government of India conducted by the National Judicial Academy, Bhopal during July2006-May 2008. At present Dr. Chakrabarti is workings as Principal Investigator in the UGC-UPE Major Research Project on “Use of Forensic Science in the Administration of Justice in India: A Futuristic Study”.

Prof. Chakarabarti was invited as an expert in the World Justice Project sponsored by the American Bar Association in collaboration with 36 other global organizations towards developing a Rule of Law Index 2009 comprising 35 countries. In 2001 The Indian Society of Criminology conferred Fellowship to Dr. Chakrabarti for his contribution in the field of criminology.

Prof. Chakrabarti has participated more than 80 Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops etc. both national and international level. In 2011 he has presented a paper “ Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Children under Indian Juvenile justice System with special reference to Adoption “ in the 141st Congress of Correction of the American Correctional Association held at Kissimmee, Florid, USA on 11th August 2011. Recently he has participated in the Asia-Pacific Law Deans’ Forum 2012, organized by Chulalongkorn University, Law School, Bangkok, Thailand in collaboration with International Association of Law Schools(IALS) during 1-2 March 2012. Presented a paper entitled “The Role of Indian Judiciary on Legislative Drafting and Law Reform” at the 1st Annual Conference of the International Journal of Legislative Drafting and Law Reform, University of London, September 5,2012, UK.
   
Dr. Vageshwari Deswal ( Treasurer )
 
Honorary Executive Council Member
Dr. Anuradha Saibaba
Dr. Rashmi Salpekar
 
Executive Council Members
 
1.
Prof. Subhash Chandra Gupta
2.
Dr. Aftab Alam
3.
Dr. D. N. Mishra
 
Dr. Mishra born in 1964( Bihar) and educated at various Indian universities, namely, Magadh University, Utkal University and University of Merrut. He holds Ph. D. Degree in Law and has been actively involved in teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate levels at S.G. M. college Gaya, Faculty of Commerce, Magadh University and Nawada Vidhi Mahavidyalaya. He has been appointed as Principal in 2002 and also holding the post of the Dean of Faculy of Law at the Magadh University. He is in the panel of various universities as examiners of Ph.D., LL.M./LL.B and also for framing the syllabus for various courses. He has authored two books and published many articles in various journals. Dr.Mishra was recently awarded by Rajiv Gandhi Ceremony. He is Life Member of the Indian Society of International Law, Indian Institute of Public Administration and Life member of the Indian Law Institute.
 
4.
Shri Vinai Kumar Singh
5.
Dr. U. C. Jha
 
Dr U C Jha is an independent researcher in the fields of environmental law, human rights, international humanitarian law and military law. He was awarded Ph D in “Law and Governance” by Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi in 2008. He has served in the Indian Air Force for 24 years and took pre-mature retirement in 2001. He has also worked as Legal Consultant for National Human Rights Commission for more than three years.

Dr Jha is a visiting faculty at a few institutions in New Delhi. He has authored seven books and has published more than 60 articles on subjects relating to environmental law, military law, human rights, international humanitarian and refugee laws
 
6.
Dr. Vaibhav Goyal
7.
Dr. Parven Mishra
8.
Dr. Anurag Deep
9.
Dr. Needhi Saxena
10.
Gulam Yezdani
11.
Sunil Deshta
12.
Golak Prasad Sahoo
   
Editors for the Book
   
1.
Mr. Swapnil Sudhir Bangali
 
Prof. Swapnil Sudhir Bangali completed his LL.B. in 2004 and LL.M. in Constitutional Law and Legal Order in 2006 from Symbiosis. Simultaneously, he completed his DLL, DTL and DIPL. In 2005, he cleared the examination of Judicial Magistrate. Due to his keen interest in academics and research, he joined the Symbiosis Law School, Pune as an Assistant Professor in 2006. In 2006, he passed UGC-NET. He holds the experience of 5 years of teaching various subjects for the BA/BBALL.B. and LL.M. courses including Cyber Laws, Insurance Laws, IPR, Media Laws, Corporate Finance, Law of Evidence and Company Law. He has presented papers on contemporary issues in the field of IP and IT Laws in various national and international seminars and conferences and also published articles in the IPR Chronicle, a refereed journal of Symbiosis Law School, Pune. Currently, he is pursuing Ph.D. in Symbiosis International University.
 
2.
Ms. Aparna Kalita
 
Ms. Aparna Kalita obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Arts with Economics as her area of specialization from University Law College under Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam. She completed her B.Ed degree when she was teaching in a missionary High School “Saint Francis D’ Assisi High School, Guwahati, Assam” after completing her B.A. in Economics from Handique Girl’s College, Guwahati. She has also completed Master’s Degree in Sociology. Also, completed her Masters in business Law from Symbiosis Law School, Pune under the Symbiosis International University, Pune. She has also completed European Legal Studies Cetificate Course and Certificate course on “International Law” (Grade A+) from Symbiosis Law School, Pune. Ms. Aparna Kalita is pursuing PhD under Symbiosis International University, Pune, and Under the Guidance of Dr. Shashikala Gurpur.

Ms. Aparna Kalita has received the Best Actress Award in All India Multilingual drama & Dance Festival, 2003, competition in Patna, Bihar. She was the winner of Best Actress & Best Folk Dance Award, National Level Competition held in Mughalsarai, U.P. in 2000. She is also the 3rd Prize winner in Marathon Race, recently conducted by “DSK TOYOTA” company with the help of Symbiosis Institute of Business Management held on 27th January ‘2008. Recently, She had the honour of being awarded the “Best Solo Dancer in Sanskrutik Mahotsav 2011” organized by Symbiosis International University, Pune on 21st January ‘2011.

She has completed the legal Training i.e. internship with Honorable Supreme Court Justice Dr. Arijit Pasyat for a Month in 2008. She was short listed for Erasmus Mundus Scholarship. She teaches courses on “Law of Contract”, “Special Contract”, “Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Para-legal Services, Legal Action and Social Justice (Practical Training — IV)” and “Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar-Bench Relations (Practical Training III)” to the undergraduates and “Cyber Crimes Related Law” and “Intellectual Property Rights” to Diploma students.

She is the Faculty-in-charge of Extra Curricular Cell, SLS, Pune, one of the Faculty in-charge of “Academic Success Program” SLS, Pune and is a member of the Editorial Board of All India Law Teachers’ Congress, New Delhi.

Ms. Aparna presented a Paper on “Legal protection of Traditional Knowledge in India with special reference to trade Mark: A case study of Mohan Meakin v Scotch whisky and Scotch Whisky Association v. Pravara Sahakar Karkhana” in National Conference organized by the All India Law Teachers’ Congress, New Delhi.

She has served as an in-Charge of the Scout and Guide group of Saint Francis D’ Assisi High School, Guwahati and conducted various Camps for the Scout and guides during summer camp. She has served the orphan children of Pune by teaching 35 orphan children in Pune for two years during 2008 and 2009, appointed by NGO called “Make a Difference” under Human Rights Cell, SLS, Pune.
 
3.
Mr. Joshua N. Aston
 
Prof. Joshua N. Aston obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Arts with Political Science as his area of specialization from Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune. He completed his Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Management from Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Pune; one of India’s most sought after B-Schools and further obtained his Legum Baccalaureus from Balaji Law College, Pune.

Prof. Aston stood first in his college and fifth in the University of Pune, Pune in the LLB examination held in 2006. He went on to do his Legum Magister from the University of Sussex, Brighton, UK wherein he opted for International Criminal Law as his subject of specialization. He had the honour of being awarded the Chancellor’s International Scholarship by the University of Sussex, Brighton for the LLM programme. He completed his Legal Secretarial Diploma from Souters Legal Training Centre, London and is presently pursuing his PhD in Law from Symbiosis International University, Pune.

He served as an Officer in the Royal Naval Reserve, United Kingdom for two years and is presently an Honorary Lieutenant in the Indian Sea Cadet Corps, and is currently the Executive Officer of the Sea Cadet Corps, Pune Unit.
 
4.
Mr. Atmaram Shelke
5.
Mr. Umesh Shrikrishna Aswar
   
Editors for the Newsletter
   
1.
Dr. Anant Joshi
Dr. Anant K. Joshi, LL.M, Ph.D. is working as a Asstt. Professor of Law, at B.J.S.R. Jain Law College, Bikaner-5. Dr. Joshi was awarded fellowship by MDS University, Ajmer, Dr. Joshi has publications in areas of Human Rights and Freedom of Conscience. Recently he has co-editor of Bikaner Law Review a National Level Journal. He had more than 10 years of experience of teaching for LL.B and LL.M classes, guided and supervised more than 50 LL.M dissertations (mostly on human rights & Mercantile law) and 04 Ph.D. students. He has also enrolled 3 Research Scholars. He has published three research articles
 
2.
Ms. Shikha Kamboj
3.
Ms. Kavita Surabhi
Dr. Kavita Surbhi has completed her M.Phil and Ph. D. in Hindi from University of Delhi and LL.B. (Pre.) from Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut. Currently, she works with Amity Law School, Centre-I, Noida as Assistant Professor. She has authored many books and novels in Hindi, namely, Dr. Siddharth, and toro, Kada todo samvedna aur shilp and abhyuday : samvedna ka vikas. Novel Samarpan and nirjala and a book on legal language and legal writing both are under publication. Her writings and stories also published in various reputed magazines.
 
4.
Dr. Shilpa Jain
5.
Mr. Mukesh Nasa
 
 
 
 


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