Mr. Roopak

Designation : Assistant Professor

Qualification : BSc Botany, LLB, LLM (International Law), MPhil.,(Pursuing PhD)

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Work Experience

  • 1 year

Date Of Joining @ BSOLS

  • 27/05/2023

Professional Experience

  • Worked as Guest Lecturer in Law at Govt. Law College, Ernakulam
  • Worked as Visiting Lecturer at International Law and Diplomacy Course at Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi and taught Public International Law, International Environmental Law and Human Rights.
  • Worked as a Legal Consultant(on part time contractual basis) at MSF India (Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders) and volunteered for ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’ assignment with Diversity Equity and Inclusion Team,MSF Holland

Paper Presented & Participated:

  • Presented a paper titled ‘Fragmenting the right to land from a liberal idea of private property to a more utilitarian scheme of component rights-An analysis of the evolution of land rights in International law and Indian Law’ at the International Conference on the Convergence of International Law to National Law in the Era of Globalisation held on 22nd & 23rd April, 2022 at VIT School of Law, VIT Chennai.
  • Presented a paper titled ‘Land Acquisitions And The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples; Striking The Balance Between The Forest Right Laws And Wildlife Protection Laws In India’ at the International Conference on “Role of Indigenous people/ Tribals in Wildlife Conservation” via virtual mode from 20th March 2021 to 21st March 2021 organised by KLA Law College in association with CALSAR.
  • Presented a paper titled ‘Agriculture: How to use international cooperation in order to achieve the objectives of sustainable soil management?’ at the World Café Table as a part of the International Workshop for Soil Management to Achieve Land Degradation Neutrality, organized by GIZ India, UBA Berlin and Jawaharlal Nehru Chair JNU in New Delhi during 15-16 October 2019
  • Presented paper titled ‘Caste as a category of discrimination under International Human Rights Law: A Critical Analysis’ at the Young Scholars Workshop 2017 at the 6th Biennial Conference of Asian Society of International Law in Seoul, Korea.
  • Presented paper titled ‘Caste Based Discrimination in International Law: An Analysis of the position of South Asian Countries in the Post Durban Period’ at the Young Scholars Workshop 2017 (February 2017)on South Asia and International Law organized by Faculty of Legal Studies, South Asian University, New Delhi
  • Presented paper titled ‘Interception of Persons beyond National Jurisdiction – Implications on International Refugee Protection Framework’ at the World Congress of International Law (January 2015) at New Delhi, organized by Indian Society of International Law

Paper Published

  • Co-authored an article (with Anima Muyarath) titled – ‘Mannenquins at Work – A Study of the sales girls in the unorganized textile sector in Kerala’ in Economic and Political Weekly(EPW), January 2018 (Vol. 53, Issue No. 11, 17 Mar, 2018 – ISSN (Print) – 0012-9976)
  • Contributed in the International Conference proceedings on ‘Role of Indigenous people/ Tribals in Wildlife Conservation’ in 2021 published and organised by KLA Law College in association with CALSAR. (ISBN – 978-93-5457-182-4)


  • Eligible for Assistant Professorship in Indian Universities by qualifying UGC-NET in June 2013 and cleared the UGC-JRF examination in June 2015
  • Worked as a Content Writer for the UGC E-Pathshala Project – Module – International Human Rights Law – ‘Migrant Labour and Human Rights’
  • Assisted in the Research of a book titled ‘Private International Law – South Asian States’ Practice”, in 2017′, edited by Sai Ramani Garimella and Stellina Jolly published by Springer Nature – (ISBN 978-981-10-3457-2)