Shashi Kant Yadav

Shashi Kant Yadav

Assistant Professor

B.A. LL.B. (University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, India);

LL.M. (National Law University, Jodhpur);

LL.M. (Central European University, Austria);

Ph.D. Candidate (University of Surrey, United Kingdom)

Shashi Kant Yadav is an environment lawyer, and his doctoral research project with the University of Surrey broadly investigates how the law addresses the limitations of science in predicting the impact of energy transitional technologies on climate change mitigation measures.

His doctoral research is funded by the Faculty of Arts and Social Science at the University of Surrey. Before this, he was a visiting researcher with the Centre for Energy, Petroleum, and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) at the University of Dundee, Scotland. He has completed his LL.M. (with distinction) from Central European University (CEU), Austria. CEU fully funded his research-based LL.M. He has taught environmental law, energy transition laws, and land law at Indian and UK universities.

His scholarly work has been published in the Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law, Global Energy and Sustainability Law Journal, and Economic and Political Weekly, among others. His Op-Eds on energy and environment risk regulations have been published in The Conversation (UK), The Ecologist, The Hindu, The Hindu Businessline, and The Statesman, among others.