Swasti Gupta

Swasti Gupta

Assistant Professor

Assistant Director and Assistant Dean [Centre for Post-Graduate Legal Studies]

L.L.M [University of Hamburg, Erasmus University Rotterdam]

M.A. [University of Vienna]

B.A. LLB (Hons.) [Jindal Global University, India]

Swasti Gupta is an Assistant Professor of law and Assistant Director at the Centre for Post-Graduate Legal Studies. Holding an LL.M from the University of Hamburg and Erasmus University Rotterdam, along with a Master of Arts degree from the University of Vienna, she brings a rich international perspective to her academic and professional endeavors.

Swasti’s academic journey began at Jindal Global Law School, where she earned her B.A. LLB (Hons.) on the Savitri Jindal Scholarship. She furthered her education through the renowned European Master’s in Law and Economics program, supported by the Holland Scholarship and Erasmus+ Grant.

She has published with and attended conferences at various national and international fora of repute on topical issues of law and technology such as the 17th OECD Global Competition Summit, BRICS Competition Law and Policy Centre, Gates Open Research, Oxford Business Law Blog, PRIME Finance Annual Conference at the Hague.

Swasti’s scholarly interests lie at the nexus of law and technology, with a focus on intellectual property, privacy, data protection, and competition law. She has been involved in policy advocacy aimed at fostering innovation and competition, particularly within the realms of digital payments, competition legislation, and privacy frameworks in India.

  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Law of Contracts
  • Standard Essential Patents and Competition Law
Articles/ Reports

Google’s tryst with antitrust: comparative perspectives from the EU and the US through a legal and economic lens (2023). Journal of Research Administration, 5(2), 5308-5322. Available at: https://journalra.org/index.php/jra/article/view/667

Kulkarni, Amol and Ghuman, Parveer and Gupta, Swasti and Kumar, Ujjwal, An Evidence Based Analysis of Relevant Market: The Case of Ridesharing in Delhi NCR (India) (February 11, 2020). CUTS International, An Evidence-Based Analysis of Relevant Market: The Case of Ridesharing in Delhi-National Capital Region (India), 2020, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3544547 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3544547

Digital Era Competition: A BRICS View (Report)Digital Era Competition: A BRICS View (Report), BRICS Competition Law and Policy Centre, Sep 18, 2019, available at: http://bricscompetition.org/upload/iblock/6a1/brics%20book%20full.pdf

Short Commentaries

DPDP Bill 2022: Here’s what the role of co-regulation in developing India’s privacy compliance and enforcement, CNBCTV18,  April 03,2023, available at: https://www.cnbctv18.com/views/dpdp-bill-2022-heres-what-the-role-of-co-regulation-in-developing-indias-privacy-compliance-and-enforcement-16323731.htm

India’s digital future: Navigating cross-border data flows in the age of the fourth Industrial revolution, Times of India, April 24, 2023https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/blogs/voices/the-digital-personal-data-protection-bill-2022-panacea-or-pandoras-box/

An Evidence-Based Analysis of Relevant Market: The Case of Ridesharing in Delhi National Capital Region (India), April 20, 2020, Oxford Law Blog, https://blogs.law.ox.ac.uk/business-law-blog/blog/2020/04/evidence-based-analysis-relevant-market-case-ridesharing-delhi

Users’ Perspectives on Digital Payments in IndiaUsers’ Perspectives on Digital Payments in India, Gates Open Research, May 2, 2019 available at: https://gatesopenresearch.org/slides/3-1452

Can the King do no wrong? Competition Law and State Owned Enterprises: Perspectives from India, 17th Global Competition Summit, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Nov 30, 2018, available at:  https://one.oecd.org/document/DAF/COMP/GF/WD(2018)56/en/pdf

Blockchain and Competition: New Technology, Old ChallengesBlockchain and Competition: New Technology, Old Challenges, IndiaCorpLaw, Oct 3, 2018, available at: https://indiacorplaw.in/2018/10/blockchain-competition-law-new-technology-old-challenges.html