Dr. Cholaraja M. is an Assistant Professor at Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi. He obtained his LL.B., (Hons) degree from Pondicherry University, Dr. Ambedkar Gov’t Law College, Pondicherry (currently Puducherry) in 2010. He completed the LL.M two years’ program with Specialization on IPR & Corporate Laws in 2012 at the Deemed University of Indian Law Institute (ILI), New Delhi. In particular, his course work at ILI was focused largely on law of Intellectual Property Rights, Bankruptcy, Online-Contract issues, Arbitration and Information Technology. He also took courses in Comparative Constitutional Law and Comparative Jurisprudence.
He is a PhD holder with JRF & SRF (UGC-RGNFD) from the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi where his Ph.D. topic was “Digital Rights Management in Copyrights and other Intellectual Property Rights”. He has presented papers at national and international conferences and has published in the area of IPR, Corporate Law, Information Technology, Constitution and Comparative Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence and Inter-disciplinarily in Intellectual Property Rights, before making the transition to academia. Doctorate with sound knowledge and expertise on Copyright laws having about 3 years of teaching experience, He will be teaching Professional Ethics and Advocacy to the Final Year students and Constitutional Law – II to the LL.B., in the Fall Semester of 2020.