Ms. Khare has joined NLUO, Odisha as an Assistant Professor in July, 2018. Prior to joining NLUO she served as an Assistant Professor at Department of Law, Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore. Ms. Khare completed her LLM from Edinburgh Law School, University of Edinburgh, UK in 2016 and B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. Her LLM dissertation was on Addressing Domestic Effects of Climate Change through State Constitution and Human Rights Law. Ms. Khare’s areas of specialization include Constitutional Law and Environmental Law. She has been invited an Expert at ‘Yuva Samay’, an Internationally Aired Weekly Television Programme on Career Guidance for Youth, to guide law aspirants, created by Doordarshan Kendra, Madhya Pradesh. She is interested in pursuing her PhD in the area of Climate Change.
2018: ‘RERA: A Step towards Good Governance and Accountability in Real Estate Sector’ Status Paper released at the 12th International Conference on ‘Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Good Governance for Global Leadership’ organized by Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore on 10th & 11th February, 2018.
2016: ‘The Principle of ‘Common but Differentiated Responsibilities’ and the Challenges posed by it in the Context of International Climate Governance’ (2016) 3(2) International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies 98
2016: ‘Benefits that a Zemiological Approach can bring to the Study of Global Crime and Insecurity’ (2016) 5(5) Int. Res. J. Social Sci. 30.
Chapters in Book:
(2018): ‘Flow of Sexual Trafficking Victims from the Source to Market and the Responsible Participants’ in R. Patel and M. Singhai (ed.), Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Good Governance for Global Leadership
(2015): ‘Judicial Response to Protection of Refugee Rights’ P. Jaswal, G. Sandhu and S. Jain (ed.), Human Rights: Indian and International Perspective in the 21st Century, (M/s Shaheed-e-Azam Press Patiala).