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NLUJ is equipped with distinguished Professors of national repute with a good mix of highly qualified and experienced young associates. A number of our Faculty members are alumnus from Universities of California, Oxford, Warwick, Sydney, King’s College, London; University College, London; with working experience in foreign Law schools and International Institutions.

The faculty also includes Scholars of Fulbright and other Institutions. In addition NLUJ invites distinguished Professors as visiting faculty for lectures. Under the NLUJ Alumni Visiting Faculty Program, some of our alumni who have acquired higher qualifications from prestigious Institutions and garnered varied experience share their learning on topics of Contemporary interest in law and practice for the benefit of the students.

Vice Chancellor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
School of Insurance
Honorary Professor Emeritus
Prof. (Dr.) K.I. Vibhute
B.Sc. (MU), LL.M. (Pune), Ph.D. (Law)
Professor of Law & Director, Amity Law School Amity University Mumbai
Dr Khushal Vibhute, who is a recipient of distinction at the graduate and post-graduate studies in law and of Fellowships from the Hague Academy of International Law (the Netherlands); the International Institute of Human Rights, Strasburg (France), the UN Human Rights Centre, Geneva (Switzerland), and Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public & International Law, Heidelberg (Germany), is Professor of Law & Director, Amity Law School, Amity University Mumbai, and Honorary Professor Emeritus, National Law University, Jodhpur. Professor Vibhute, whose biographical sketch has been included in Who’s Who in the World (USA:1999-2018); Great Minds of the 21st Century (USA:2001); One Thousand Great Asians (UK:2002); Outstanding Scholars of 21st Century (UK: 2002); Leading Educators of the World (UK:2005), and Who’s Who in Asia (USA:2007; 2017), has been Professor of Law at various Universities of repute in India and abroad, including the University of Pune, Pune (India); National Law University, Jodhpur (India); Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur (India); Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa (Ethiopia); the University of Technology MARA, Shah Alam (Malaysia); National University of Malaysia, Bangi (Malaysia); Sultan Sharif Ali Islamic University, Brunei Darussalam (Brunei), and Bremen University, Bremen (Germany). He has also served as the Head of the Department of Law, University of Pune, Pune, the Director for the Centre for Criminal Law Studies, National Law University, Jodhpur, and the Dean, Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. Prof Vibhute has authored/edited fourteen (14) books, and has also contributed to sixteen (16) anthologies. Many of these publications are published by LexisNexis Butterworths and Eastern Book Company, and are prescribed as textbooks in Indian and foreign Universities. His latest publications are: PSA Pillai’s Criminal Law (LexisNexis Butterworths, 13th edn 2017); Halsbury’s Laws of India (vols 10 & 11): Criminal Law (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2nd edn, 2014/2015), and Halsbury’s Laws of India [vols 12(1) & 12(2)]: Criminal Procedure(LexisNexis Butterworths, 2nd edn, 2016), and D D Basu’s Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 [vol 1 & 2] (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2nd edn, 2017). He has also to his credit, one hundred and seventeen articles (117) in reputed law journals across the globe. He has contributed to the ILI’s prestigious Annual Survey of Indian Law.
He has also participated, with papers, in more than seventy (70) international and national conferences. Professor Vibhute has/is worked/working on academic bodies (like Board of Studies & Academic Council) of a number of Universities/Institutes in India. He has travelled on academic assignments to the Netherlands; France; Switzerland; Germany; Hong Kong; Italy; Ethiopia; Malaysia; Singapore; Brunei, and USA. Professor Vibhute is/was a member of the Editorial/Advisory Boards of the Journal of the Indian Law Institute; Asian Yearbook of International Law; Scholasticus; International Journal of Criminal Justice Science; Ethiopian Journal of Legal Education, and International Journal of Law and Policy. He is a life member of the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi; Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi; Environmental Scientists Association of India; International Jurists Organization (Asia); South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology; Indian Society of Criminology; Indian Society of Victimology, and IUCN Academy of Environmental Law, Ottawa, Canada. He is the Vice-President of the Indian Society of Victimology (ISV).

Prof. C. Rajkumar
Vice Chancellor, Jindal University

Prof. Kumar is a versatile academician, presently Vice-Chancellor of the O. P.Jindal Global University in NCR region. He has worked as a Faculty Member at City University of Hongkong and studied extensively in UK as a Rhodes Scholar. He completed his L.L.M from Harvard University.  Prof. Kumar's areas of specialization include human rights, comparative Constitutional Law, corruption and governance, terrorism and national security. He has published extensively in a number of International journals and Law Reviews. His  three  co-edited  books  are  Human  Rights  and  Development:  Law,  Policy  and  Governance  (2006)  published  by  LexisNexis,  Butterworths;  Tsunami  and  Disaster Management:  Law  and  Governance  (2006)  published  by  Sweet  &  Maxwell  Thomson;  and  Human  Rights,  Justice  and  Constitutional Empowerment (2007) published by the Oxford University Press (OUP). He has contributed shorter articles in newspapers and magazines published from Hong Kong, India and the UK, which include, South China Morning Post, The Standard, Frontline, The Hindu, The Pioneer and Open Democracy. He has been a Consultant to the United Nations University, Tokyo; United Nations Development Programme (UNDP); and the International Council for Human Rights Policy (ICHRP), Geneva. He has advised the Commission in investigating Allegations of Bribery or Corruption (CIABOC) in Sri Lanka and the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in India on issues relating to corruption and good governance.

Prof. K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai
Former Director, ILI
Prof. Pillai is one of the foremost legal academicians in India today. He was awarded Baboo Piarelal Memorial Prize and Law Union Prize of the Delhi University for securing first position in the LL.M. examination. He was awarded a fellowship to complete his LLM and SJD at the University of Michigan, USA. He has extensively researched on Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Human Rights. He is the Founder Director of NUALS. He has been the Director of Indian Law Institute, Delhi from 2004 to 2009. He has published in many journals, authored 3 books and is currently reviewing Prof. R.V. Kelkar's books on Criminal Law. He has also been the  editor of CULR and JILI. He is associated with almost all Law schools of eminence in India.

Prof. Lakshmi Jambholkar
Former Professor of Law, Delhi University

Prof. Jambholkar is one of the most respected names in legal studies and research with more than 37 years of teaching experience and more than 40 years of research output. She has worked with renowned institutions such as University of Delhi, IIFT, ICADR as a  faculty member, conducting workshops and guiding research. She has also worked on research projects for NCW (NRI marriages) and Law Commission (Child Custody). She is now delivering extensive lectures all over India in prominent Law schools in the sphere of Private International Law and mediating in many ADR cases. She has the honorary membership of many eminent bodies like   Indian Society of International Law, Indian Law Institute, Indian Council of Arbitration, International Council of Consultants, National Legal Services Authority, Govt. Of India, Panel of Conciliators of International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution, Gender Advisory Group, Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs, Govt. of India, Law Commission of India. She is the Chief Editor of Indian Society of International Law Year Book of Humanitarian and Refugee Law ( 2001- 2005 ); Editor, Indian Journal of International Law; and Member Editorial Board, Journal of International Council of Consultants. She has received accolades and rewards in the form of 20th Karnataka State Sammelan Award : Samman Patra in the recognition of her services in the area of legal studies, 2003 and Jewel of India Award, by International Business Council, 2004.

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