Assistant Professor
LL.M (NLSIU Bangalore) UGC-NET

Ms. Ambrina Khan after obtaining her bachelor’s degree in commerce with distinction, joined Allahabad University for pursuing a career in law, and graduated in the year 2011. She also won a gold medal for scoring highest marks in graduation. As a next step in her professional life, in order to use her undergraduate degree as the foundation to expand and enrich her knowledge, she joined a LL.M in National Law School of India University, Bangalore, one of the premier law universities in India, where she specialized in Human Rights Law and graduated in the year 2013. She also qualified UGC-NET in December, 2013.

Her immense drive to work for the just cause of the society by imparting legal knowledge to the upcoming generation and building legal literacy prompted her to purse her teaching career and therefore she joined the Northcap University (Formerly ITM University) Gurgaon as Assistant Professor at School of Law in July,2013. She was given opportunity to teach various subjects of her specialization such as Human Rights Law and Practices, Family law and International Humanitarian Law. She also undertook the responsibility of organizing various conferences and seminars as well as guiding several in-house research projects.

Her inclination towards excellence helped her find a position in the faculty of Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad in June 2016, where she is working as Assistant Professor presently.

She attended many National and International Conferences on several aspects of Law and has also published few research papers in reputed law journals. As a human rights protagonist she has filed several Public Interest litigation for helping the needy, she has also worked with NGOs where she has reported cases of human rights violations and worked towards imparting justice to those who are denied access to it.

Ms. Khan has attended various Conferences, Seminars, Workshops and FDPs at the National Level and is actively involved in research activities of the institute.