Ravindra Pratap
Ravindra Pratap
Associate Professor & Associate Dean
Faculty of Legal Studies (FLS)
Room No.233,Akbar Bhawan,Chanakyapuri,New Delhi-21

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Qualifications

  • PhD from Jawaharlal Nehru University , in 2002
  • Postgraduate Course in International Trade Law jointly from the University Institute of European Studies, Turin, University of Turin, UNCITRAL, UNIDROIT and ILO , in 2000
  • LLM in European Business Law jointly from the Universities of Barcelona, Bologna, Essex, Konstanz, LUISS Guido Carli, Jean Moulin Lyon 3 and Nijmegen , in 1999
  • MPhil in Legal Studies from Jawaharlal Nehru University , in 1998
  • MA in Political Science with International Law from Allahabad University , in 1995
  • LLB from Allahabad University , in 1991

Recent Publications

  • ‘ Building Peace over Water in South Asia: The Watercourses Convention and SAARC ’ (2018) 4 Athens Journal of Law 8.

  • ‘ Provisional Measures and the Jadhav Case’ (2018) 5 Groningen Journal of International Law 298.

  • ‘Provisional Measures in the “Enrica Lexie” Case’ (2017) 16 Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 413.

  • 'The First WTO Appellate Body Report on Regional Adaptation under the SPS Agreement' (2016) 13 Manchester Journal of International Economic Law 81.

  • 'India-Bangladesh Maritime Boundary Award' (2015) LAWASIA Journal 1.

  • ' Affirming Cambodia’s sovereignty over “stones” that “express” “our essence”: ICJ’s interpretation of its Judgment in the Temple of Preah Vihear Case' (2014) 3 Cambodia Law and Policy Journal (December 2014) 89.

  • ' The Implementation of Child Labour Standard in Asia: Overview and Selected Issues' , in Giuseppe Nesi, Luca Nogler and Marco Pertile (eds), Eliminating Child Labour: The Plight of the ILO in a Globalized World (London: Ashgate, 2008), 369.

  • 'India and DSU Reform Negotiations: A Critical Appraisal' , in Koen Byttebier & Kim Van der Borght (eds), WTO Obligations and Opportunities: Challenges of Implementation ( Cameron May, 2007) 367.

  • 'International Humanitarian Law: India’s Attitude, in Mani (ed), International Humanitarian Law in South Asia (Oxford  2007) 70.

  • Daya Singh Lahoria v Union of India and others, Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts, 2006 <http://ildc.oxfordlawreports.com>.

  • ‘Dispute Settlement in the WTO and South Asia’, Trade and Development Report 2005 (Oxfam 2005) 354.

  • 'Sovereign Economic Freedom and Interests of Other States' , in Patel (ed), India and International Law (Brill 2005) 127.

  • India at the WTO Dispute Settlement System (Foreword by Professor Petros C Mavroidis, Columbia Law School (Manak 2004), pp 499+xxviii, ISBN 81-7827-100-1.

  • ‘Trade and Environment: Trends in International Dispute Settlement’ (2002) 42 Indian Journal of International Law 451.

Research Interests

  • International Law
  • International Trade Law
  • Transnational litigation
  • Legal Interpretation

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