Ms. Sanjana Bharadwaj

Ms. Sanjana Bharadwaj

Assistant Professor of Law
Emailsanjana.bharadwaj@mitwpu.edu.in

Bio

Ms. Sanjana Bharadwaj has pursued her Bachelors (BBA. LL.B(Hons)) from MATS Law School, MATS University Raipur. Thereafter, she pursued her Master’s degree in Law from the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) the University of Law, Hyderabad in 2019. She cleared her NET examination in July 2019. Pursuant to joining the School of Law, MIT-WPU, she was an Asst. Prof at Department of Law, Savitriabi Phule Pune University, Pune.

She has a keen interest in legal research. The title of her dissertation submitted in NALSAR was “An Ethnographic Analysis of Educational Language Rights of Ethnic Minorities in India”.

She has interned with reputed legal firms and organisations like DSK Legal, Centre of World Trade Organisation, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi; National Green Tribunal, New Delhi; State Human Rights Commission, Rostrum Legal Academy and Child Rights and You (CRY), Bangalore.

She has presented numerous papers in National and International conferences and participated in National Moot court competitions and Debates. The following are a few of her paper publications:

  1. Role of Informed Consent in Clinical Trials”, Indian Journal of Legal Philosophy,” Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2015 ISSN: 2347-4963
  2. “Canons of Judicial Ethics: Comparative Analysis of India with the USA”, , MATS Law Journal, Volume II, Issue II, February 2016, ISSN 2250-3889
  3. Open Defecation and the Problems encountered: An Indian Perspective, MATS Law Journal, Volume II, Issue I, ISSN 2250-3889
  4. “Re-Conceptualizing The Rights Of Indigenous People Displaced Through Uranium Mining: An Analysis Of State Chhattisgarh”, Volume 3, Issue 3 of International Journal of Law Management & Humanities (ISSN 2581-5369)
  5. “The Need For Regulation Of Equity Crowdfunding In India”, International Journal Of Advanced Research (IJAR) (ISSN 2320-5407)
  6. Re-Conceptualizing the Right of Animals With Reference To ‘Uncontrolled Breeding’: An Indian Perspective, Volume 3, Issue 4 of International Journal of Law Management & Humanities, Pg 1241-1248 (ISSN 2581-5369)

Book Chapter:

  1. Hanging By A Right: An Analysis of Overcrowding In Jails vis-a-vis Right To Health, Juristische (A peer-reviewed book)

Her areas of interest are Animal laws, Constitutional law, Legal History and Taxation laws.