Assistant Professor of Legal Practice
B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) (NLU, Jodhpur);
B.C.L. (Oxford University)
Prof. Aman is an Assistant Professor of Legal Practice at the Jindal Global Law School. He has completed his undergraduate law degree from the National Law University, Jodhpur (2012), and subsequently read for the Bachelor of Civil Law at the University of Oxford (2013).
Aman has previously worked with the Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji at the Trial Chambers at the International Criminal Court (on the Oxford Global Justice Internship Programme Award); in the WTO & International Trade Team at Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan attorneys; and, most recently, as a lawyer/researcher at Migration and Asylum Project, New Delhi concentrating on issues around refugee law (primarily on non-refoulement, cessation of refugee status, and refugee status determination) and policy (largely focusing on financial inclusion of refugees and their need for formal legal identity in India). Aman is also associated with the Jammu & Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society, Srinagar where he is involved with writing, advocacy and documentation around militarisation and armed conflict.
Besides some of the areas mentioned above, Aman writes on and has a keen interest in international law (and its intersections with other disciplines) on asymmetric warfare; hegemonic exercise of power (law-fare, contemporary occupations and annexations); colonialism; right of resistance; and self-determination.