Prominent Law teacher Dr. Venkateshwara Subramaniam Mani has passed away


Prominent Law teacher Dr. Venkateshwara Subramaniam Mani has passed away yesterday. Prof. Mani, who has been a specialist in the field of open global law.

He was the author Director of Gujarat National Law University and the Seedling School of Law and Governance, Jaipur National University, Rajasthan.

He had shown up under the watchful eye of the International Court of Justice as operator and guidance on a few events.

Prof. Mani was Legal Advisor to the Government of the Republic of Nauru in 1981-83 and again in 1985-90.

He was straightforwardly required in getting sorted out Nauru’s argument against Australia under the steady gaze of the International Court of Justice (1986–93).

He was an individual from the Indian lawful group to the ICJ drove by India’s Attorney-General, Soli Sorabjee, for Pakistan’s situation against India (the Atlantique case) in 1999-2000.

Prof. Mani was included in the drafting of pleadings in no less than four cases under the steady gaze of the World Court (counting the Nuclear Weapons instance of 1996).

Handbook of International Humanitarian Law and South Asia, “Humanitarian” Intervention Today, India on the Threshold of the 21st Century: Shape of Things to come, Human Rights in India: An Overview, Recent Trends in Space Law and Policy are a few names of the Books he composed.

He had likewise served as ISRO Chair in International Space Law, as Jawaharlal Nehru Chair in International Environmental Law, and as Director of its Human Rights Teaching and Research Program.

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