Abhinav Mehrotra

Abhinav Mehrotra

Assistant Professor, Jindal Global Law School, India;

Assistant Director, Centre for the Study of United Nations, JGU.

LL.M. International Human Rights | (University of Leeds | U.K.);

LL.B. | (O.P. Jindal Global University | INDIA)

: amehrotra@jgu.edu.in

Prof. Abhinav holds an LL.M. in International Human Rights Law from the University of Leeds and an LL.B. degree from O.P. Jindal Global University. He regularly writes on contemporary significant issues and has been published on various reputed platforms nationally and internationally. In the past, he has worked as Law clerk-cum-Research Assistant under Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw in the Delhi High Court. He also has experience working as a researcher with People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), Jaipur, where he was involved with issues related to the right to education, prison reforms and homelessness. During his LL.M. program, he was appointed as School Representative for the School of Law, University of Leeds. His research interests include International Law, Human Rights Law, UN studies, Refugee law, Child Rights and Transitional Justice. Besides academics, he enjoys playing cricket , and has represented Rajasthan State Cricket Team at under 16 and under 19 levels.

Journal Articles

  • Published Article titled “Access To Internet As A Human Right – Justification And Comparative Study” in Comparative Law Review published by Faculty of Law and Administration at Nicolaus Copernicus University ,Poland. https://apcz.umk.pl/CLR/article/view/33864/30860
  • Published Article titled Need for a National Legislation on Refugees in India at 75   in India Quarterly Journal  published by Indian Council of World Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Published article titled “Crawford, Twail, And Sovereign Equality Of States : Similarity And Differences” in Australian Year Book of International Law volume 40 (2022)
  • Published Article titled “Myanmar :-A Case for Right to Democracy to be a Human Right” in Cambridge International Law Journal .
  • Accepted for Publication Book chapter titled “Can The European Mechanisms On Human Rights Serve As A Model In The Context Of South Asia?” in  the edited volume “Future of European Studies in Asia” by


  • Public International Law
  • Human Rights Law and Theory
  • Law of Crimes.
  • Legal Research and Methodology
  • Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing


  • Law and Practice of the United Nations
  • International Criminal Law
  • International Criminal Court