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Ms. Bhavna Sharma

Assistant Professor, Law


Ms.Bhavna Sharma is a law graduate from the Faculty of Law, Delhi University. She is a master in Law from Jamia Millia Islamia. She was a rank holder in her LL.M. Presently, she is pursuing her Ph.D. from National Law University, Lucknow.  Before joining SOL, Sharda University, she has taught in Delhi University & Jamia. She has also worked in Infosys and National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission as Research Associate.  Ms. Bhavna has a keen interest in research & writing. She has authored a book on Legal Research Methodology and has various publications in her name. She has expertise in the field of cyber laws. She is in association with many NGOs and has provided training sessions, workshops and lectures to police personnel, front line workers, schools, and other stakeholders. on investigation and handling cybercrime-related issues. Her major area of research is cybercrimes against children, data privacy and related field

  • 4 Years
  • Ph.D (Pursuing)
  • LL.M.
  • LL.B.
  • B.Sc.(H) Mathematics


  • Academic Book on “Fundamentals of Legal Research & Research Methodology”, Whitesmann, First Edition, 2020 (Foreword by Dean, Faculty of Law, JMI)
  • Book on “Guide for Ph.D. Entrance Examination”, Whitesmann, First Edition, 2020.
  • Book on “GUIDE FOR UGC-NET/JRF”, Thakkar Law Publication, First Edition, 2019.


  • An Article titled “The Transgender Community-Legally recognised, socially ostracized- Critical Analysis of The Transgender Persons Bill, 2016” published in Law Journal of Global Research & Analysis by Geeta Institute of Law (Vol.7 Issue II), December-2018 (ISSN-2278-6775).
  • An Article titled, “A National policy for Women- combating the existing challenges in the 21st Century”, published in Jamia Law Journal, Vol. 4JLJ, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi.
  • An Article titled “The Great Indian Economic Scenario- A Study with reference to Tribunals, Foreign Investments and Regulators”, published in Manupatra Competition Law Journal (Vol 2 : Part 4), September – 2018 (RNI No. DELENG/2008/24485).
  • An Article titled “A stitch in time saves nine: a regulatory perspective on Indias shift to Electric Vehicles (EV) 2030” published in Manupatra Energy Law Journal (Vol 1: Part 1), January- 2018 (RNI No. DELENG/2008/23911).
  • An Article titled “Digital platforms and E-commerce in India- Challenges and Opportunities published in Manupatra Competition Law Journal (Vol 2: Part 4), September – 2017 (RNI No. DELENG/2008/23911).


  • Developed E-Content on various subjects of law for Lawctopus Online Course on “UGU NET/JRF Examination”.
  • Developed E-Content on “Cyber law awareness and guidelines on Parental controls on android devices” for course by GURUSHALA – An NGO, based in Delhi, designed for teachers in schools.


  • Article on “Arbitrability of an Arbitration Agreement under Section 16 of A & C Act, 1996 – A Study of Vidya Drolia Case”.
  • Article on “Suspension of Limitation Period during Pandemic – Siddha Real Estate Case”
  • Article on “Existence of an Arbitration Agreement and its validity under Section 8 and 11 of the Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996 – A Vidya Drolia Case
  • Article on “Power of Resolution Professional to amend pre-existing contracts under IBC, 2016
  • A Case study of “UMC Technologies Pvt. Ltd. vs. Food Corporation of India”
  • “Analysis of The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020”
  • “Analysis of The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020”

Lectures Delivered

  • Invited as panelist at International Conference on Social Media & Society” organized by FLAIR and Giri Institute of Social Science, Lucknow.
  • Invited as a Panelist at Virtual Conference on “Status of Law and Policy for Safety of Children on Internet” conducted by SHICAA (Safe and Healthy Internet for Children and Adolescents Alliance) and FLAIR (Forum for Learning and Action with Innovation and Rigour)
  • Invited as a Panelist at Virtual Stakeholder Consultation on “Revised Non-Personal Data Governance Framework” organized by Cyber Peace Foundation. (January, 2021)
  • Delivered a lecture on “Reporting of Cyber Crime and Investigation thereto” in a webinar conducted by DCPCR in association with FLAIR.
  • Delivered a lecture on “Online Child Safety and Well-Being for Parents and Teachers” in a webinar conducted by GURUSHALA and FLAIR.
  • Delivered a lecture on “Online Child Safety & technological Advancement” in a webinar conducted by DCPCR in association with FLAIR.
  • Speaker at Webinar on “Online Safety of Children in the age of Big Data in the light of Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019” conducted by FLAIR.
  • Called as a Resource Person at Criminal Investigation Department, Kolkata, West Bengal for a Training Program for Law Enforcement Officers on “Dealing and Investigating Cyber Crimes against Children”.
  • Called as a Speaker and Panelist at “International Conference on cybercrimes, cyber laws and cybersecurity” organized by and Pawan Duggal & Associates specifically on the topic “Role of Intermediaries in developing cyber norms and cyber societies”.


  • UGC-NET qualified.
  • CTET qualified.
  • Certificate in the Spanish Language from St.Stephens College, Delhi University.
  • Certification in C++ Programming language and Microsoft Advance Office from NIIT.

Area of Interest

  • Cyber Laws
  • Cyber Crimes
  • Data Privacy
  • Criminal Laws
  • Competition laws