Prof. Neha Purohit
Alliance School of Law
Prof. Neha Purohit is a Ph.D. Scholar at the Tantia University. She holds a B.A. L.L.B. (Hons.) first class degree from Gujarat National Law University. She has done her Post Graduation (LL. M.) in Human Rights.
Prof. Purohit has worked as a Research Assistant/Law Clerk in the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India where she primarily dealt with cases relating to criminal law, civil law, corporate law, contract law, euthanasia & constitution. She has also worked as a Legal Assistant in the Hon’ble High Court of Rajasthan and has dealt with criminal law cases relating to offences under Indian Penal Code 1860; The Negotiable Instruments Act 1881; The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012; and The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015. She has been a convenor and a coordinator for various events. Her objective in a career is to share her knowledge and experience with students to gain more experience, insights into teaching and research fields. Her research and teaching interests are criminal law, constitution law and human rights.
- Guardianship and Custody in India, England and under the international regime of the Hague Conference; NUALS Law Journal, 2011, Vol 5.
- Case Study on Joseph Shine v Union of India, Bikaner Law Times, 2018 Vol 5.
- The Trial of Mahatma Gandhi, 1922; Chapter in an Edited Book Revisiting Gandhi; By Dr. Seema Sharma.
- Presented a paper on the “procedure relating to children in conflict with law, Juvenile Justice System, Recent trends”; National seminar Organized by the School of Law, maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner on Juvenile Justice System in Present Scenario; November 2018.
- Participated and secured the best paper Award in the Two-Day National E-Conference on “Data Privacy – A Cyber Colloquium”, held during June 4th & 5th, 2021, Organized by Centre of Excellence in Cyber Law and Data Protection, ICFAI Law School, ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education, Hyderabad and presented a paper titled The Data Protection laws and the Right to be Forgotten: Analysing the Indian Legal Perspective.