A Conversation with Prof Arjya Majumdar- Childhood Aspirations, Growing up in Calcutta, Superheroes, Meteoric Career Highs and More

Prof. Arjya Majumdar started teaching at the Jindal Global Law School after a seven-year stint in corporate law. Today he is the Director of Academic Planning, Coordination and Interdisciplinary, as well as the Director of Admissions and Outreach at JGU. Once an “aspiring tram driver” now puts students in the Continue Reading

Prof. Lipika Kamra on her journey from research in Maoist regions of West Bengal to Oxford University to Jindal School of Liberal Arts & Humanities

We are the sum of our lived-in experiences and how we respond to them. That’s certainly true of Prof. Lipika Kamra, who was impacted by the conversations around gender and patriarchy during her college days. Today, the Assistant Professor, Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities focuses her research on Continue Reading

Prof. Danish Sheikh of JGLS Talks About his Work in the Fight against Section 377 and Describes the Scope of the Revolutionary Supreme Court Judgement

“History owes the LGBT community an apology for their sufferings,” said Justice Indu Malhotra, a part of the five-judge bench, which delivered the landmark judgement to decriminalize homosexuality in India. The battle against the draconian section 377 went on for decades. From the petitioners, lawyers in the court, activists and Continue Reading

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