Princess Kalyani

Princess Kalyani

Assistant Professor

Profile Summary

Princess Kalyani is currently an Assistant Professor at School of Law, with a keen interest in the intersection of Intellectual Property (IP) and cutting-edge technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, NFTs, and Blockchain. She has completed her LL.M. in Intellectual Property Laws, from Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar. She has graduated with honours from National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi. Specializing in the realm where law and technology converge, she is actively engaged in researching and teaching the intricate legal nuances surrounding Intellectual Property in the context of emerging technologies.

Work Experience

Before joining UPES, she was directly assisting the IPR chair, Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in India, as a research intern. She has also worked as a Research Associate for Indian National Bar Association and interned at High courts and district courts over the years. She gained practical experience by interning with various law firms, research organizations, and non-profit entities, immersing herself in the intricacies of legal research and its real-world applications.

Research Interests

Intellectual Property I Copyright Law I Patent Law I Trademark Law I Artificial Intelligence I Law and Technology.

Teaching Philosophy

Her teaching philosophy centers on empowering students to think critically, analyze complex legal issues, and develop a nuanced understanding of the law's role in society. Through a combination of traditional and experiential learning methods, she strives to cultivate not only legal acumen but also a strong ethical foundation. She is dedicated to preparing the next generation of legal professionals to navigate the challenges of our ever-changing legal landscape.

Courses Taught

Princess Kalyani is currently teaching Intellectual Property Management and Technology Transfer for final year students who are specializing in Intellectual Property Laws. In addition, she is currently teaching an exploratory course on Intellectual Property designed for students from various disciplines. The aim is to foster legal awareness and cultivate an interest in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).