SCHOOL OF LAW
BMU’s faculty members publish in a wide range of legal aspects. The faculty members have published research papers in national and international journals, authored books, and book chapters in some of the world’s most prestigious publishing houses. The BMU provides facilities and extensive academic freedom to support the research. The faculty members and students are encouraged to collaborate and undertake projects with public, private, and non-profit organizations based in India and across the world.
BMU in association with a renowned partner Vahura conducted a research/survey to share the insights with the stakeholders in the legal value chain. The study titled “Decoding the Next-Gen Legal Professional” (the “Study or Survey” ) sets out to capture the practitioner's perspective of the practice of law and the skills required of lawyers in the rapidly transforming legal environment. BML Munjal University (BMU) and Vahura together curated this Survey in June 2020. In total, 208 legal professionals from leading law firms and in-house legal departments, as well as independent practitioners, shared their perspectives on the impact of technology on the legal profession, the skills and attributes required for the next generation lawyer to survive and thrive in our legal ecosystem. The results of this survey were analyzed in-depth before generating this study built on data insights.
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Faculty publication list with BMU affiliation:
Prof. (Dr.) Nigam NuggehalliBook
- International Taxation: An Indian Perspective, Springer (2020) https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9788132236689
- Chapter on Capital Gains under Indian Tax Treaties in the Post BEPS Era, in Parthasarathy Shome (ed), ‘International Taxation in the Digital Era’, (Oakbridge Publishing, 2020)
- Do We Need to Personalise Legal Education? BW Business World, April 14, 2020, available at http://www.businessworld.in/article/Do-We-Need-To-Personalise-Legal-Education-/14-04-2020-189177/
- Force Majeure and the Indian Contract Act: COVID 19 might open some issues of interpretation, CNBC18.com, April 16, 2020, available at https://www.cnbctv18.com/views/force-majeure-and-the-indian-contract-act-covid-19-might-open-some-issues-of-interpretation-5697991.htm/
- Drone and the Laws: International Response to Rapid Proliferation,Emerald (UK) ISBN 9781800432499 https://books.emeraldinsight.com/page/detail/Drones-and-the-Law/?k=9781800432499
- Autonomous Weapon Systems and Command Responsibility,Florida Journal of International Law, 2020, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p315-337.
- Implementation of International Law in Indian Domestic Legal System, Florida Journal of International Law Vol. 31 97 (2019) ISSN 1556-2670 https://fjil.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/4_Sehrawat_NC.pdf
- Astonishing Contribution by Sir William Jones to Indian Legal System,JOURNAL OF CAMPUS LAW CENTER VOL. VII 85 (2019) http://184.108.40.206/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/JCLC-Vol-VII-Advanced-Online-Issue.pdf
- Chinese Businesses and Transnational Knowledge Transfer under Constrained Environment: Results from the Field in Ghana. Dr. Thomas Ameyaw-Brobbey and Urmi Gupta. African J. of Economic and Sustainable Development. (Forthcoming)
Anubhav Raj Shekhar
- Objections to the abolition of the one year LL.M. programme, Bar and Bench, February, 2021
- DehumanisingDevelopment : Right to Development versus Rights Based Approach to Development, Journal of Human Rights Law and Practice. January, 2020
- How Voting to Pass Farm Bills Was a Vote to Silence the Voices, The Leaflet.December, 2020
- The importance of a relevant Law School Orientation Programme, Bar and Bench. November 2020
- How a benign provision from the Government of India Act, 1935 could 'virtually' hold the government accountable in COVID-19 times, Bar and Bench , June2020
- Defending or Defeating Democracy, Manupatra online. 2014