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Assistant Professor

LL.B., LL.M., Ph.D.
Room No. 110, Law Centre - I, Faculty of Law

Research Interests

Constitutional Law, Prison Reforms, Human Rights


Dr. Anju Sinha is Assistant Professor of Law at the Law Centre 1, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. She holds LL.B. and LL.M. degree from Aligarh Muslim University. She has Ph.D. in Law from Faculty of Law, University of Delhi and her doctoral thesis deals with Open Prisons, Their Working and Utility as Institutions of Reformation and Rehabilitation: An Empirical Study of Rajasthan Open Jail. She has taught across a wide range of subjects since 2009, and is presently teaching Constitutional Law, Law of Evidence, Rent Control and Slum Clearance. She has authored various articles in journals of national and international repute and has presented papers at various conferences. With an experience of twelve years in teaching her areas of interest are constitutional law, law of evidence, human rights and prison reforms.


  1. COVID 19 Pandemic Impact on Livelihood:An Analysis, NIU International Journal of Human Rights, (2020) Vol. 7
  2. Resocialization Through Prisons: Extent Effect and Alternatives , Journal of Campus Law Centre (2017) Vol. IV-V
  3. Deposition of Child Witness with Special Reference to Venkateshwarlu case, Journal of Campus Law Centre (2014) Vol. II
  4. Legal Aid: Rights of Accused, Journal of Campus Law Centre (2013) Vol. I