Vishal Sharma

Vishal Sharma

Assistant Professor

LL.B., University of Delhi

LL.M., Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

 

Ph.D. (Pursuing), Department of Law, Panjab University Chandigarh

Area of Specialization

Public International Law, Constitutional Law

Research & Publications:-

Published in Foreign Newspaper- 

 

Vishal Sharma, “Death of Democracy in India: 99th Amendment is repealed” The International, Oct. 24, 2015 (Published from London).

 

International Journals-

 

Vishal Sharma, Appointments in Higher Judiciary- Constraints of Collegium System and Reforms Ahead.

 

Vishal Sharma, Critical Analysis of Fundamental Rights of Marginalised sections in Relation to State of Jammu and Kashmir, Galgotias Journal of Legal Studies, 2015.

 

Vishal Sharma, “Critical Analysis of Judicial Appointments in India” 62-71, International Research and Review 4 (2015).

 

Vishal Sharma “Article 21A v/s 30 (1): Right to Education v/s Minority Rights” ILI Law Review, summer 2016. 

 

Published in Other Journals

 

Vishal Sharma, “Legal Itimplicaons on Politicians Convicted in Corruption Cases: A Comparative Study on India and U.S.A.” 1-9, Adhikar 5 (2015).

 

Published in Conference Proceedings-

 

Vishal Sharma and Anurag Deep, “Judicial Response to Criminalization of politics” in R. K. Pandey, Ram Bakas et.al. (eds.), Proceedings of National Seminar on Criminalization of Politics and Future of Indian Democracy 39-56 (2014).

 

Articles in Edited Books

 

Vishal Sharma “Critical Analysis of Article 35A of the Constitution of India and Its impact on Fundamental Rights” in Devinder Singh (ed.) Constitutional Perspective on Article 370: An Academic Probe, Satyam Law International, New Delhi (2018).

 

International Conferences-

 

Presented a paper on “Corruption in Legislative Bodies” at ‘International Conference on Corruption in Governance: Challenges and Solutions’ organized by N.L.U., Delhi (November 2013).

 

Presented a paper on “Legal Implications on Politicians Convicted in Corruption Cases: A Comparative Study in India and USA’ at ‘International Conference on Comparative Law and Development’ held at the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. (March 2014).

 

Presented paper on “Regulatory Mechanism for Electronic Media: Protecting freedom of Speech from the onslaught of Uncontrolled Media”, at the International Conference organized by Lloyd Law College, Greater NOIDA in collaboration with, Law Commission of India, in November 2016.

 

Presented paper on “Law relating to Withdrawal from Prosecution in India: A Critical Study”, in International Conference on Crime and Investigation, held in Galgotias University, Greater NOIDA., on 4th February 2017.

 

Attended World Congress on International Law organized by ISIL (January 2015).

 

Book Published (if any)

 

Vishal Sharma, Rome Statute of International Criminal Court: An Insight, Satyam Law International, New Delhi (2018).

 

Paper Presentations

 

Presented a paper on “Corruption in Legislative Bodies” at ‘International Conference on Corruption in Governance: Challenges and Solutions’ organized by N.L.U., Delhi (November 2013).

 

Presented a paper on “Legal Implications on Politicians Convicted in Corruption Cases: A Comparative Study in India and USA’ at ‘International Conference on Comparative Law and Development’ held at the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. (March 2014).

 

Presented a paper on “Critical Analysis of Judicial Appointments: A comparative study between India and U.S.A.” at 3rd JGLS National Research Colloquium 2015, held at  Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), Sonipat, Haryana (April 2015).

 

Presented a paper on “Cyber Terrorism – A critical evaluation of its scope, impact and combative measures” at National Conference on International Humanitarian law (Organized by All India Law Teachers Congress and ICRC) at Indian Society of International Law (ISIL) (July 2015).

 

Presented a paper on “Women Rights in Jammu and Kashmir: An International law Perspective’ at National Seminar on ‘Jammu and Kashmir: A New Discourse”, held at the Central University of Himachal Pradesh. (October 2015).

 

Presented a paper on “Article 21A v/s 30 (1): Right to Education v/s Minority Rights” at an International Conference on Law organized by Faculty of Law, the University of Delhi in November 2016.

Presented paper on “Regulatory Mechanism for Electronic Media: Protecting freedom of Speech from the onslaught of Uncontrolled Media”, at the International Conference organized by Lloyd Law College, Greater NOIDA in collaboration with, Law Commission of India, in November 2016.