Prof. (Dr.) Mool Chand Sharma


Prof. (Dr.) Mool Chand Sharma, Full-time Member, Law Commission of India Speaker International Conference on #Cyberlaw, #Cybercrime & #Cyber Security

Prof. (Dr.) Mool Chand Sharma, Full-time Member, Law Commission of India, the Founder Vice Chancellor of Central University of Haryana

Prof. Mool Chand Sharma, Professor of law at Delhi University with more than 3 decades of teaching & research experience and associated with national and international institutions and currently is Full-time Member of Law Commission of India.   His prior engagements include – Vice Chancellor, National Law University, Bhopal; Vice-Chairperson, University Grants Commission; Secretary, University Grants Commission; Vice Chancellor, Central University of Haryana; Research Director, Ford Foundation; Research Adviser, National Human Rights Commission.

 Prof. Sharma has been associated with various scientific and policy initiatives at national level including working on issues such as : Public Liability Law, Disaster Management, Indian Intellectual Property Regime in the context of WIPO in WTO, devising corporate social responsibility regime, dissecting various nuances of Public Private Partnership (PPP) specially dealing with infrastructure development, devising Ombudsmen (as Chairman) Scheme for proper implementation and monitoring of MNREGA, devising a model for entry and regulation of foreign education providers and others.

 Prof. Sharma’s services have been solicited by various Commissions, Institutions, and organizations nationally as well as internationally.  He has score of research publications to his credit including 5 books, the large number of Research Papers published in Journals of national and international repute.

Prof. Sharma has earned number of awards and recognitions.  He holds Doctorate of Juridical Science (SJD) from North-Western University Law School, Chicago; has been a Senior Fulbright Scholar; has been Senior Scholar and Fellow at number of universities and institutions including University of Chicago, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., University of Kentucky, Vermont University and University of Leiden in Netherlands.