International law and allied papers mainly from the domain of public international law, international institutions, trade law, etc.
Brief Biographical Note:
Mr. Kumarjeeb Pegu presently works as an Assistant Professor of Law at NLUO. Before joining the Institution, he worked with KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar.
He completed his under-graduation from S.G.T.B. Khalsa College, North Campus, University of Delhi, in B.A Political Science (Hons). During his study, he was adjudged the ‘Best All-rounder’ in his academic batch and awarded the S. Mohinder Singh Memorial Scholarship Award. He attained LL.B from Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi. During his time at the Institution, he worked actively as a member of its Legal Aid Society and also served as the ‘Public Relations Secretary’, Counseling and Welfare Cell for the Northeastern States for the year 2013-14. Also, he has completed his LL.M from Nalsar Law University, Hyderabad.
Academically, his primary interest lies in the area of Indigenous Peoples and Rights, environmental law, international law, and allied papers mainly from the domain of public international law, international institutions, etc.
He is an avid nature traveler and seeker of diverse cultures and interactions.
2021: ‘Is Safta Relevant? A Critical Scrutiny of its Competitive Edge’— (2021) 11 KIIT Journal of Law and Society.
2019: ‘Disappearing Earth”- Environment Induced Migration: Impact on India and the World’ (with Mitul Dutta) (2019) 49: 1 Environmental Policy and Law 63
2019: ‘A Brief Perspective on the Establishment of Pollution Control Boards in India and their Functions’ (2019) VII Fiat Justitia 122.
2022: ‘Impact of Legal Instruments in Improving Domestic Water Supply, Case Study Involving Two Nations Tagged with Most Significant Improvement’ (with Mohanty, T., Samal, K.P.) in B. B. Das Et al (eds), Recent Developments in Sustainable Infrastructure (ICRDSI-2020), May 2022, 207 (Springer Nature Singapore)
2021: ‘Tribals and Forest Rights in India: A Critical Appraisal of the Legal Literature’ in Volker Mauerhofer (eds), The Role of Law in Governing Sustainability, May, 2021 (Routledge)
Presently continuing ‘Anthropogenic and Geogenic Contamination of Ground water in Bhubaneswar Urban Catchment -A Systematic Investigation’ (working as Co-Principal Investigator in the project approved and mandated by ICSSR, New Delhi)
2019-2021 ‘Social Determiners of Water Inequity – A Systematic Investigation at Bhubaneswar’(worked as Co-Principal Investigator in the project approved and mandated by ICSSR, New Delhi).
2021: ‘Conceptualization and Confrontation Strategies for Water Inequity’ (Co- authored paper presented at the HYDRO Conference 2020, NIT Rourkela, 2021).
2021: ‘Impact of Legal Instruments in Improving Domestic Water Supply, Case Study Involving Two Nations Tagged with Most Significant Improvement’ (paper presented at International Conference on Recent Developments in Sustainable Infrastructure (ICRDSI), Bhubaneswar, 2020).
2019: ‘Tribals and Forest Rights in India’ (paper presented at 25th ISDRS Conference, Nanjing University, Nanjing, 2019).
2019: ‘The United Nations’ Development Programme Workshop on Biological Diversity Laws’, (workshop attended at NLUO, Cuttuck, 2019).
2018: ‘Workshop on Development of LL.B Course curriculum in India’, (workshop attended at KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar, 2018).
2017: ‘Workshop on Development of LL.B Course curriculum in India’, (workshop attended at KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar, 2017),
2018: ‘ADB Regional Capacity Development Technical Assistance Strengthening the Capacity for Environment and Climate Change Laws in Asia and the Pacific (Train the Trainers Program)’, (training programme attended at Open Uni. Of Sri Lanka, organized with Asian Development Bank and IUCN, Colombo, 2018).
2018: ‘Advocacy Skill Training of Trainers Programme’, (training programme attended at KIIT School of Law, Odisha, 2018).
(A total of 10 and more academic discourse and deliberations have been attended and participated at National and International platforms between 2017-2021)
Delivered lecture on “How to write impactful Doctrinal Paper” organized by School of Law, KIIT D-U on the occasion of the Online Faculty Development Program- 2021 entitled ‘Exploring self: A New Paradigm in Education. (2021)
Delivered lecture on “Forest Rights – A Legal Perspective of Indigenous Peoples' Right to Agriculture” organized for the benefit of the staff of ICAR- Central Institute for Women in Agriculture on 16th September 2020 in connection with the observation of Constitution Day and Citizens’ Duties Campaign. (2020)