Aditya Verma
Assistant Professor

Mr. Aditya Verma is a qualified academician in the field of law. His research interest primarily lies in Constitutional law, Privacy laws, Criminology and criminal law reforms. He is a committed academician with a vision of making legal education more accessible to everyone across socio-economic barriers. He holds earnest belief in the Constitution of India and professes the same. He holds keen interest in legal research, debating, mooting and public speaking.
He has submitted his LL.M. Dissertation on ‘The Right to be forgotten in India’. He is currently working on his doctoral topic ‘The New Gold rush: Proposing A Legal Structure To Regulate The Use Of Personal Data For Commercial Purposes In India’.

Qualification

  • Pursuing Ph.D from the Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia Delhi
  • LL.M from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala (2018-19)
  • BA LLB from Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam (2013-18)

Experience

With an experience of two years he is also a volunteer in providing coaching students for CLAT PG entrance examination.

Professional Achievement

Qualified UGC NET in the year 2019, 2020 and 2021 respectively.

Publications

  • A Case comment on ‘Prakash v. State: A tale of federal friction in ‘Courtroom No. 1 2018 and 2019’, Book by DME, Noida and published by Thomson Reuters (ISBN: 978-81-947922-4-6)
  • An Article titled ‘Analysing The Right To Be Forgotten In The Context Of Privacy Rights’ in An Appraisal of the Contemporary Indian Legal Landscape, 2020, Book by DME, Noida and published by Thomson Reuters (ISBN: 978-81-947723-1-6)
  • A Case comment on ‘Romila Thapar V. Union Of India’ in ‘Courtroom No. 1 2018 and 2019’, Book by DME, Noida and published by Thomson Reuters (ISBN: 978-81-947922-4-6)
  • An article titled ‘Counterbalancing the Right to Privacy and State Surveillance in India’ in GIBS Law Journal, Year 2020, Volume-3, Issue-1 (February) [ISSN (Print): 2582-4627]
  • An Article titled “Transitioning from Real to Virtual Education: a Right of All or a Privilege of Few’’ in Youth Voice Journal: Critical youth voices on the Covid 19 pandemic: International perspectives, pp. 22- 33. ISBN (ONLINE): 978-1-911634-37-9]
  • Presented a paper in the International Conference on Comparative law organized by school of business and law in 2021, Edith Cowan University, western Australia, titled “Freedom of Speech through the Prism of National Security : A comparative analysis of India and USA”

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