Ms. Anjali Prabhakaran completed her B.A. LL.B (H.) from the Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi and her LL.M from the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, with a specialization in Human Rights law and Criminal laws. She Ms. Anjali Prabhakaran completed her B.A. LL.B (H.) from the Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi and her LL.M from the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, with a specialization in Human Rights law and Criminal laws.
has been working in the capacity of Assistant Professor in Lloyd Law College since August, 2014. She has been teaching Law of Torts, Public International Law and Human Rights Law to the law students. Ms. Prabhakaran has presented papers relating to various issues relating to Human Rights and Criminal Law at various national and international conferences and has also has a few publications to her credit.
Her master thesis was on the “Right to Development- vis-à-vis the Right to Food, the Right to Education and the Right to Health”. Ms. Prabhakaran has been the co-editor and faculty editor respectively of the annual publications of Lloyd Law College- ‘Lexigentia’ and ‘Lloydians’ since the inception of the journals in 2015.
Public International Law
Human Rights Law
Article titled “Realisation of the Right to Development through the Right to Education” published in the Galgotias Journal of Legal Studies (2014 GJLS Vol. I, No. 2, ISSN. 2321-1997).
Article titled “Right to Development vis- a- vis The Right to Health” in the “Book of Select Papers” of the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi (ISBN No. 978-81-931320-0-5, 2015 ed.)
Attended the “All India Seminar on Judicial Reforms” organized by the Confederation of the Indian Bar in New Delhi in February, 2008.
Attended the “All India Seminar on Judicial Reforms” organized by the Confederation of the Indian Bar in New Delhi in February, 2008
Attended and was a Speaker in the 1st Annual workshop on “Rethinking Intellectual Property Rights – Indian Copyright Law: A Social Perspective” organized by the Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT), in Cochin, Kerala, in March, 2011.
Attended the “Third National Conference on Mediation”, organized jointly by the Mediation & Conciliation Project Committee, Supreme Court of India and the Mediation Monitoring Committees, High Court of Delhi, held in New Delhi in 2012.
Attended the “Legal Aspects of Foreign Direct Investment”, organized by the Confederation of Indian Bar in New Delhi in August, 2012.
Attended the third International Conference addressing the “Human Rights Concerns of Indian Diaspora”, organized by Human Rights Defence International (HRDI) and Global Organization for People of Indian Origin (GOPIO), in New Delhi in January, 2013.
Attended the International Conference on International Law and Intellectual Property Laws, organized jointly by Law Centre-I, University of Delhi and the Indian Institute of International Law in March, 2014.