Research Interests: Corporate Law, Law of Taxation, Artificial Intelligence and Law, Law and emerging technologies
Subjects Taught: Corporate Law, Law of Taxation, Artificial Intelligence and Law, Public International Law
Brief Biographical Note
Subhaprad Mohanty is currently working as Research Associate cum Teaching Assistant at National Law University, Odisha. Mr.Mohanty joined the University in 2017 in the Litigation Management Project to undertake research on educational related cases pending in different courts of Odisha. The outcome of the research culminated in a seminal book mapping analysis of different such cases. Thereafter, he started teaching subjects like Corporate Law, Indirect Taxation, Public International Law and et al. He also has keen interest in the intersectional field of Law and emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, 5G etc. In pursuit of research interest Mr. Mohanty takes a seminar paper on Artificial Intelligence and Law for final year students. He intends to pursue his doctoral studies in the field of Artificial Intelligence too. An avid reader and as enthusiastic quizzer Mr. Mohanty also dabbles in freelance writing. He wants to publish his fiction novel in the genre of law and technology before he hits the age of 35. He also works as a volunteer for Centre for Social Justice, a grassroots level NGO and Bakul Children foundation.
2020: Litigation Management in Higher Education: A Case Study of Odisha (with Prof. Krishna Deva Rao and Eluckiaa. A)(Eastern Book Company)
2019: ‘The Farce of Cabinet Form of Government in Delhi: Time to Revisit Article 239AA’ (with Deepak Singh), Army Institute of Law journal Vol. XII, 2019 (ISSN: 0975-8208).
2019: ‘Blockchain Technology: The Panacea for Indian Judiciary’, International Journal on Law & Regulation of Artificial Intelligence & Robotics, Vol.1
2018: ‘Dataism: The New School of Jurisprudence’ (“Data Protection Laws: A cross Jurisdictional Analysis”) published as a blog in Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Student Research Review (2018), ISBN No- 2349 8293
2014: ‘The Lost Legacy of the Doctor’ Chapter on Constitutional Morality published in book “Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and Social Justice: Towards an Egalitarian Social Order” with ISBN No: 978-81-9303-551-1)
2022: ‘NCW Eastern Region Consultation on Review of Criminal Laws-Improvement in Status of Women’ (participated in the coference organised by Centre for Women and Law, NLUO in collaboration with National Commission for Women, India, on 17th February, 2022).
2020: “The Liability Conundrum in AI: Fixing the Gap” (paper presented at the Conference on ‘Machine Lawyering: Digitally Reconceiving Contracting, Regulation and Property’ organised by Chinese University of Hong Kong held on 16-18 January 2020 at the CUHK Graduate Law Centre, Hong Kong).
2018: ‘National Workshop on Qualitative Methods in Legal Research with Special Focus on Atlas-TI application’ (participated under the aegis of National Academy of Law Teachers (NALT), Centre for Criminology and Victimology and Professor Theodore Eisenberg Centre for Empirical Legal Research from 24 September to 26 September, 2018 at National Law University, Delhi).