Ms. Simi John

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Designation    : Assistant Professor

Qualification  : LL.M., UGC NET with JRF

Mail ID             : [email protected]

Areas Of Interest

  • Constitutional Law, Law of Crimes, Jurisprudence, Environmental Law,
    Law of Torts, Legal Research Methodology, Interpretation of Statutes

Work Experiance

  • 8 years

Date Of Joining @ BSOLS

  • 29/09/2014

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Bharata Mata School of Legal Studies, Aluva

Publication & Paper Presentations

  • Published Articles titled “Legal Control Over Insurance Intermediaries” in Cochin University Law Review, “A Lawyer Makes An Insightful Judge” and “Compelling Family Responsibility: A Good Cause?” in Kerala Law Times
  • A book chapter titled “Death: The Inevitable Hour or a Limit of Medical Science? Legal & Ethical Implications of Cryonics”
  • In Biomedical Technologies: Health, Human Rights and Intellectual Property Rights Perspectives published by the National University of Advanced Legal Studies,
  • Book Review on V. Sudhish Pai’s “Legends in Law-Our Great Forebears” in Regal Law Journal.
  • Published papers in various seminar proceedings also. Have presented papers in various national and international seminars.

Workshops, Seminars & Conferences

  • Attended various international, national and regional workshops, faculty development programmes, refresher courses, seminars and conferences


  • Member of the Regional Network of Environmental Law Champions of ADB’s TTT Program Assistant Editor of Cochin University Law Review in the Academic Year 2010-2011


  • Awarded UGC-NET with JRF in 2011 Secured second rank in LL.B (5 year) Degree Programme of the University of Kerala
  • In the year 2009 Secured Best Paper Award for the paper titled “Upholding Rights or Unshackling Mayhem? Impact & Repercussions of Shreya Singhal v. Union of India”
  • In the Two Day UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Cyber Crimes: Issues and Challenges” in 2015