Dr Amrisha Pandey

Dr Amrisha Pandey

Assistant Professor of Law, BA.LL.B, LLM and PhD.
Bio

Dr Amrisha Pandey is enrolled as a lawyer in Indian Bar Council with a lifetime membership. She completed her graduation BALLB (Hons) in 2011 from India. She holds an ‘LLM in International Environmental Law’ (2012) from the University of Nottingham (UK) and the PhD from University of Leeds (UK), the topic of her doctoral research was ‘Regulation of Freshwater and the Access to Right to Water in India’ (March 2015 – February 2019).

She had participated in the Summer Courses and Directed Studies Programme on Public International Law from 10th July to 28th July 2017, held in The Hague Academy of International Law, The City of Hague, and generously funded by The City of Hague, Netherlands.

Before joining the GMU she had served a semester as a guest lecturer in the School of Planning and Architecture in Bhopal (2020) and from the beginning of the year 2019, she had the opportunity to work in a City-Consultancy firm based in Mayfair, London.

She is a member of the International Water Research Organisation and an active member of the Water Security Taskforce and Early Young Career Professional Task Force. She is shaping to be an international law scholar with her remarkable presence and academic contribution to international conferences and forums.

Some of the recent publications;

Amrisha Pandey, Can Unilateral Sanctions and International Environmental Obligations of States Coexist? in Surya P. Subedi (eds), Unilateral Sanctions in International Law (Hart Publishing, Oxford May 2021).

Amrisha Pandey and Surya P. Subedi, ‘Changing Notion of Sovereignty and Governance of Water in India: An Analysis of the Inter-State Water Disputes Tribunal’ (2020) 26 (4) The Journal of Water Law 167-181 ISSN 1478-5277.

Amrisha Pandey and Surya P. Subedi, ‘Enhancing State Responsibility from Environmental Implications of the South China Sea Dispute’ in R Barnes and R Long (ed), Frontiers in International Environmental Law: Oceans and Climate Changes. Essay in Honour of David Freestone (BRILL/ Nijhoff 18 April 2021) ISBN: 978-90-04-37287-0.

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