Abhinav K Shukla

Assistant Professor


– Ph.D in Advanced Constitutional Law (Pursuing)
– PGDHRL (Pursuing): National Law School of India University Bangalore
– LL.M: O.P. Jindal Global University
– B.A.LL.B (Hons.): Hidayatullah National Law University

Courses Taught

– Comparative Constitutional Law
– Comparative Public Law
– Constitutional Law
– Law of Contract
– Media Laws
– Police Security and Administration
– Human Rights Law
– Chhattisgarh Land Revenue Code


Abhinav K Shukla is a graduate of Hidayatullah National Law University with an honours in Constitutional Governance and Corporate Laws. He did his masters in law from O.P. Jindal Global University in Constitutional Laws and a distinction in GST Laws. He has been mentoring the CLAT aspirants since 2015 and has worked as faculty, mentor and national anchor with leading CLAT preparation institutions IMS India Mumbai and Career Launcher (CL Educate Ltd.) New Delhi. He has also worked as Assistant Professor of Law at Amity University Chhattisgarh where he has held the responsibilities of faculty convenor of National Moot Court Competition and Model Indian Parliament, member of the Board of Studies, examination coordinator and academic coordinator. He is a member of the Editorial Board of ‘The Exordium: Journal of Socio-Contemporary Issues’. He is a guest speaker at Lawinsider.in and also writes columns and articles for national newspapers: The Daily Guardian, The Pioneer New Delhi, The Hitavada.


– ‘Reservation of OBC’s in India: Investigating Caste, Backwardness and Representation’; Co- authored by Abhinav K Shukla; Efflatounia Multidisciplinary Journal, Vol. 5 No. 2 (2021) ISSN: 1110-8703

– ‘India’s Uneasiness With Blockchain Based Cryptocurrency: Legality of Bitcoins’; Co- authored by Abhinav K Shukla; Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Review, Volume 2 Issue 2 – (ISSN: 2582 8088)

– ‘Deciphering Rights of Disabled Through Therapautic Jurisprudence With Special Reference To The Trial of Anna Stubblefield’; Co-authored by Abhinav K Shukla; Turkish Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation (Scopus Indexed Journal); Volume 32, Issue 3; (ISSN 2651 – 446X)

– ‘Judicial Appointments in India – A Critical Analysis Towards Amelioration’; Authored by Abhinav K Shukla & Prof. (Dr.) Shailesh Hadli; Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR), Volume 8, Issue 5; (ISSN 2349 – 5162)

– ‘Overcoming The Secular Restraint In The Interest Of Dignity: Critical Appraisal Of Triple Talaq Verdict’; Authored By: Abhinav K Shukla & Dr. Shailesh Hadli; Journal On Contemporary Issues Of Law [JCIL] Volume 6 Issue 12; (ISSN 2455-4782);
‘Indian Constitution Across Times’: Anusandhan Vatika: Double Blind Peer Reviewed International Refereed UGC Approved Journal [Special Edition, June 2019]; (ISSN-2230-8938)

– Parliamentary v. Presidential System: A Comparative Study Apprasing Democracy, Efficiency and Accountable Governance’; World Journal on Juristic Polity, 4th Anniversary Edition, 2018, ISSN 2394-5044

– ‘Revisiting The Challenges of Sectoral Jurisdictional Issues in Indian Competition Law: A Critical Analysis’: International Journal of Legal Research, Volume 4, Issue 2(1), Dec 2017]: (ISSN-2349-8463)


National Seminar on Empowerment of Tribal Women in India: Issues, Challenges and Perspectives, National Law Institute University, Bhopal (7th to 8th March 2020): Presented a paper titled ‘Tribal Women in Rural Self Government: Leading from the Front or Back?’
Guest Speaker on ‘Indian Constitutional Law’ at International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Naya Raipur, 15th January 2020
First International Belt and Road Law School Students Forum, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China. (6th -9th December 2017): Participated as a member of the international law student’s union and presented a paper titled ‘Law students as change agents-Imagination, ideas and construction of reality’.

1. Mr. Savyasanchi Pandey completed his LL.M dissertation on the topic: ‘State Sovereignty and Investor Protection: An analysis of the existing International Legal Framework’. (Session: 2018-19).

2. Ms. Joyeeta Chandra completed her dissertation on the topic: ‘Surrogacy in India: A Need for Regulation and Reforms in Reproductive Health Rights’. (Session: 2019-20).

3. Ms. Astha Sharma completed her dissertation on the topic: ‘Amelioration of the Working of the Parliament: A Comparative study between U.S., U.K. and India’. (Session: 2020-21).

4. Ms. Mohee Purohit completed her dissertation on the topic: ‘Evolution of Personal Laws in India: The Scope for Reform of Women Rights’. (Session: 2020-21).

5. Mr. Mrinal Agrawal completed his dissertation on the topic: ‘Laws Relating to Non Performing Assets: Analytical Study’. (Session: 2020-21).
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