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Ms. Kavita
Member, Anti- Sexual Harassment
Faculty Coordinator
Assistant Professor (Law)
Education :
LL.B, LL.M, UGC-NET
Email :
kavita.singh@lloydlawcollege.edu.in
Phone No :
91-8262940940

Ms. Kavita has done her LL.B. from Faculty of Law, University of Delhi and LL.M. from National Law Institute University, Bhopal with specialization in Human Rights Law. She qualified UGC-NET June, 2014 in Law.

She is also enrolled in Delhi State Bar Council as an Advocate. She has three years working experience as an Assistant Professor (Law). She has been a Faculty-in-charge of the Mooters’ Society, Department of Law (LL.B.-3 Year) and Organized Intra Moot Court Competition, Department of Law (LL.B.-3 Year) in October, 2015.

She has been a Faculty Co-ordinator (Anchoring Committee), Second Prof. N. R. Madhava Menon SAARC Mooting Competition, 2016-2017 organized in Lloyd Law College.

Human Rights Law

Environmental Law

Commercial Law

						 

						
				
				
						 
				
					
						

Participated In International Conference on Intellectual Property Laws at Faculty of Law, Delhi University in 2012.

Participated In Advanced Level Workshop on Intellectual Property Laws and Conference on Legal Education, Rule of Law and Governance at Faculty of Law, Delhi University , 2012.

Volunteered & effectively carried out the Seminar on Small and Medium Enterprises and Copyright Protection and Management of Rights in Digital Environment at Faculty of Law, Delhi University, 2013.

Attended National Workshop on ‘Towards A World Class Law School; A Road Map’, at Lloyd Law College, July 2015.

Attended Panel Discussion on the topic “Law and Technology- Independent or Interdependent?” at India International Centre, Delhi, 2015.

Attended Spoculit Events: International Conference on Law and policy on 22nd -23rd October, 2016 at Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

Wrote LL.M. Dissertation on “ Genetically Modified Crops vis-à-vis Human Rights Protection in India”.

Presented Paper in National Conference “Protection of Marginalized Groups in India” at VIPS, Delhi on the paper titled as “Forest Policy and Rights of Tribal Communities” on 1st April, 2017.

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