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Assistant Professor

Ph.D (National Law University, Delhi)
LL.M. (South Asian University)
LL.B. (University of Delhi)
B.A. (University of Delhi)
Room No. 112, Law Centre - I, Faculty of Law

Research Interests

Environmental Law, Private International Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution


Dr Shachi Singh is assistant professor at the Law Centre I, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. Dr Shachi Singh has worked on the implementation aspects of the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing from the perspective of developing nations as part of her doctoral study. Her research interests include the concept of fair and equitable benefit sharing in environmental law, efficacy of national access and benefit sharing laws and alternative dispute resolution, such as arbitration and mediation, as effective mode of dispute resolution in access and benefit sharing arrangements. She has also worked on private international law issues arising in cross-border surrogacy cases. She teaches Law of Torts, Principles of Contract, Environmental Law, Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing, and Alternative Dispute Resolution.


  1. Role of Civil Society in Sustainable Ground Water Management: A Legal Analysis from India, International Journal of Legal Studies and Research, Special Issue, June 2018.
  2. Book Review: “Frantzeska Papadopoulou, The Protection of Traditional Knowledge on Genetic Resources (Edwar Elgar 2018), published in the Law, Environment and Development Journal, Volume 15/0 (2019).
  3. The Paris Agreement on Climate Change and India (with Pushpa Kumar, L.), Journal of Climate Change, Vol. 3, no. 1, pp.1-10, 2017
  4. Encouraging Socially Significant Legal Research" published in Manoj Kumar Sinha Deepa Kharb (eds), Legal Research Methodology  (LexisNexis & The Indian Law Institute) ISBN: 978-93-5035-942-6