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 Ms. Richa Chaudhary

Ms. Richa Chaudhary
Head,Cultural & Sports Activity
Head, Students Relations
Assistant Professor
Education :
MBA, LL.M, B.ALL.B (Pursuing Ph.D)
Email :
hod.llb@lloydlawcollege.edu.in
Phone No :
01206406203

Ms Richa Chaudhary is currently working as Assistant Professor at Lloyd Law College and Head of Cultural and Students Relations Cell.

She has worked with Senior Advocate Dr. Eklavya Bhansali, Jodhpur High Court in 2010. She completed her Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Jodhpur University specializing in Constitutional Law and Human Rights and B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) From Translam College of Law, Meerut.

MBA in Human Resource Development. She has presented various National and International papers and attended various Conferences.

Administrative Law

Environmental Law

Nbratural Resources Law

Property

    Published a research paper on “Intellectual Property Issue In Cyberspace “in BT's International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

    (ISSN 2278-1595) June 2014

    Published a research paper on “Sexual Harassment At Work place Problem and Prospective” in Journal of Minorities Rights, A.K Law Academy Pune

    ( ISSN 2229-3663)

    Published a research paper on “Comparative Study on Impact of Value Added Tax (Vat) Implementation in India” in VSRD International Journal in Business and Management Research.

    Published a research paper on “Surrogacy in India dangling between thin lines of

    Legality and Illegality” in VSRD International Journal of Justice and Legal Studies.



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