Prof. Bhumika Modh graduated winning a Gold Medal in her B.A. LLB. (Hons.) from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab (RGNUL) in 2013. She became the first Asian woman to receive the Medal of Excellence in Diploma of International and Comparative Law of Human Rights from L'Institut International des Droits de l'Homme, (IIDH), Strasbourg, France. After interning in various institutions of national and international repute, she completed her LL.M. in Economic, Social and Cultural Rights from the University of Essex (UK) in 2014, with distinction.
She has worked in a variety of organizations such as School of Law, Christ University and Centre for Law and Policy Research, Bangalore. She is currently also a Lok Sabha Research Fellow with the Speaker's Research Initiative Cell, Parliament of India. Her research interests are in the fields of International Law, Business and Human Rights and Comparative Public Law.
- Co-authored: ‘Law on Corporate Complicity in Human Rights Violations’ in Human Rights: Indian and International Perspective in 21st Century, Outcome of Conference, 2015
- Co-authored: ‘Law relating to Diplomatic and Consular Relations’ in Textbook on Public International Law, Eastern Book Company, 2015
- Co-authored: ‘International Humanitarian Law: An Ancient Indian Perspective’ 15(2) Indian Journal of Diplomacy 2014
- Attended the Economic and Social Rights Academic Network UK and Ireland (ESRAN-UKI) Workshop at University of Essex
- Participated in the 40th session of the International Centre for University Human Rights Teaching (CiedhU) at IIDH, Strasbourg
- Attended the Law of the Future Conference in the Peace Palace in The Hague organized by Hague Institute of Internationalization of Law (HiiL)