Centre For Post Graduate Legal Studies

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Dr.Charu Sharma

Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Student Initiatives) and Executive Director, Centre for Environment and Climate Change

 
B.Sc.;LL.B.; LL.M. (Delhi University); Ph.D., School of Law, Macquarie University
 

Dr. CHARU SHARMA holds a BSc, LLB, LLM from University of Delhi, India and did her PHD from Macquarie Law School, Sydney, Australia. She also holds a diploma from Center for Environmental Law, World Wide Fund For Nature India and is a member. Currently an Associate Professor, Associate Dean (Student Initiatives) and Executive Director, Center for Environment and Climate Change at School of Law, OP JINDAL GLOBAL UNIVERSITY, SONEPAT, HARYANA, INDIA. She teaches tort law, environmental law and Natural Resources law and is chair of the Scholarship Committee. Previously she has practiced in the Supreme Court of India, the Delhi High Court and trial courts. Before joining OP Jindal Global University she lived and taught in Hong Kong for over fifteen years.

  • Tort Liability for Environmental claims in India : A Comparative View, LexisNexis, ( Forthcoming March 2017)

  • DK Srivastava & AD Tennekone’s THE LAW OF TORT IN HONG KONG, Srivastava, CHARU SHARMA, Tsui and Lui, 3rd edn , LEXISNEXIS, 2014, ( Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia)
  • “The difficulties with law and language of arbitration in India: a challenge for domestic environmental arbitration?” in INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION DISCOURSE AND PRACTICES IN ASIA,  IN THE LAW, LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION SERIES (Prof VK Bhatia gen ed) ROUTLEDGE ( forthcoming fall/winter 2017)
  • “Sale of Goods” in CHITTY ON CONTRACTS : Hong Kong Specific Contracts, 5th edn, Sweet & Maxwell, December 2016
  • “Sexual Harassment Law and Policy : Hong Kong and China”, Springer Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance Chapter No: 2541-1 ( 2016)
  • “Duty of Care: Negligence” ( co authored) in TORT LAW AND PRACTICE IN HONG KONG, (3rd ed) The Hon. K Bokhary, DK Srivastava and N Sarony ( editors) , Sweet and Maxwell, Hong Kong, ( October 2014) ( Chapter 3)
  • “Wrongful Interference with Goods” in TORT LAW AND PRACTICE IN HONG KONG, (3rd ed) The Hon. K Bokhary, DK Srivastava and N Sarony ( editors) , Sweet and Maxwell, Hong Kong, ( October 2014) (Chapter 7)
  • “Sale of Goods” in CHITTY ON CONTRACTS : Hong Kong Specific Contracts, 4th edn, Sweet & Maxwell, December 2014( Chapter 19)
  • “Sale of Goods” in BUSINESS LAW IN HONG KONG by DK Srivastava (ed), 4th edn, Sweet & Maxwell, ( Hong Kong) ,Dec 2014.
  • “REMEDIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HARM-DHARMIC DUTY AND TORT LIABILITY IN INDIA_IS THERE A COMMON GROUND?”, 2012( vol 8 No) Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law ,48-70
  • “Wrongful Interference with Goods”
in TORT LAW AND PRACTICE IN HONG KONG Chief Editor, 
The Honorable Mr. Justice K Bokhary, & Gen Eds Professor DK Srivastava and Mr. Neville Sarony SC, Sweet & Maxwell, Thomson Reuters (September 2011) (6.001-6.107)
  • “Negligence” in TORT LAW AND PRACTICE IN HONG KONG Chief Editor, The Honorable Mr. Justice K Bokhary, & Gen Eds Professor DK Srivastava and Mr. Neville Sarony SC, Sweet & Maxwell. Ltd.( September 2011) )(3.01-3.275)  
    • “Sale of Goods in Hong Kong”, in BUSINESS LAW IN HONG KONG, 3rd ed DK Srivastava, (Sweet & Maxwell, Asia) 2012 
      • “Chernobyl”, in BERKSHIRE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SUSTAINABILITY 3/10 : THE LAW AND POLITICS OF SUSTAINABILITY , Klaus Bosselman(Auckland), Daniel Foge(Wake Forest)l, JB Rhul(Florida State) ( Editors), December 2010, First edn volume 1, Great Barrington, M.A. , USA, ISBN 978-1-933782-14-0 
        • The Battle Against Sexual Harassment: Are Women Still the Beast of Burden”, in LAW AND (IN) EQUALITIES: CONTEMPORARY PRESPECTIVES: FESTSCHRIFT IN HONOUR OF PROF MP SINGH, Swati Deva(ed), Easter Book Company,, New Delhi, 2010, pp73-108 .

 

  • “ The evolution and Scope of a Healthy environment in India” in Human Rights and Basic Needs :Theory and Practice by Mahendra P Singh , Helmut Goerlich and Michael Von Hauff, Universal Law Publishing Co, India, 2008, pp275-300;( article/book chapter)
  • “Sale of Goods in Hong Kong”, in Chitty on Contract, Hong Kong Specific Contracts, 3rd edn, Sweet & Maxwell, Thomson Reuters, (2008-09)Hong Kong, pp-200
  • HALSBURY’S TITLE FOR HONG KONG TORT LAW. ( coauthored), LexisNexis, Malaysia , 2007.
  • “Sale of Goods in Hong Kong”, BUSINESS LAW IN HONG KONG, DK Srivastava ( ed) (Sweet & Maxwell , Thomson Reuters, 2007) ( 74 pages ).
  • “Human Rights and Environmental Wrongs – Integrating the Right to Environment and Developmental Justice in the Indian Constitution”-  in “HUMAN RIGHTS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL EMPOWERMENT” by C Raj Kumar and Professor Dr. K Chockalingam (eds) OUP, India , 2007, pp 310-336 ( Article/Book Chapter)
  • “The ever changing concept of Fairness, Justice and Reasonableness : the Hong Kong Response” Hong Kong Lawyer, May 2006 pp 95-103 ( LexisNexis, Hong Kong) ( article)
  • “Wrongful Interference with Goods”  in ‘TORT LAW AND PRACTICE IN HONG KONG,Chief Editor, The Honorable Mr. Justice K Bokhary, & Gen Eds Professor DK Srivastava and Mr. Neville Sarony SC, Sweet & Maxwell. Ltd, THOMSON REUTERS.( 2005) (68pages)
  • “Negligence” TORT LAW AND PRACTICE IN HONG KONG , Chief Editor, The Honorable Mr. Justice K Bokhary, & Gen Eds Professor DK Srivastava and Mr. Neville Sarony SC, Sweet & Maxwell THOMSON REUTERS ( 2005) ( co authored)
  • “Chinese Endangered Species at the Brink of Extinction; A Critical Look at the Current Law and Policy in China” Animal Law Review Vol 11, pp215-254, (2005) ( Lewis & Clark Law School, Oregon, USA) (article)
  • “Enforcement Mechanisms for Protection of Endangered Species in Hong Kong, -A Legal Perspective”, Vermont Journal of Environmental Law, vol 5, 2003-2004  (Vermont Law School, USA)
  • “Banking Law in China After WTO: Sailing through the Winds of Change”? vol 6 Journal of Chinese and Comparative Law (2002-2003) (published 2004)  ( co-authored) pp 145-168 ( Sweet & Maxwell)
  • “Hong Kong Environmental Legislation Update”, Hong Kong Environmental Association Newsletter, September 2003, pp13-15 ( update)
  • “Hong Kong Environmental Legislation Update”, Hong Kong Environmental Association Newsletter , September 2004, (update)
  • ”Hong Kong Environmental Legislation Update”, Hong Kong Environmental Association Newsletter, September 2002, pp13-15.(update)
  • “Environment vs. Development: The Long Valley Case”, Journal of Chinese and Comparative Law, volume 5 No.2,(2001- 2002) pp275-288.( Sweet & Maxwell, Hong Kong)
  • “Banking Law Reform and China’s Entry to the WTO” in ‘China and the WTO: Going West’, book chapter, Eds, Smith, D and Goubin, Z, Sweet & Maxwell, Hong Kong, 2002 , pp 129-149 . ( co-authored )
  • ” Corporate Liability for Sexual Harassment,” vol 11 No 2 Australian Journal of Corporate Law, pp170-191 ( March 2000)  ( co- authored )
  • ” Sexual Harassment : a Caveat”, vol 10 no 5, Company Secretary (May 2000), pp36-39 ( co-authored )
  • “Solicitor’s Fees and Reimbursements: Re Peregrine Investments Holdings Ltd”, No 29 Asia Business Law Review, July 2000, pp58-62 ( co-authored)
  • “Delhi Special Police Establishments: Investigations, Limitations and Structure- An Introspect”, Lawman’s Apex Decision Digest, volume 2, 1998, Journal Section pp- 9-17 (Delhi, India).