Prof. Apoorva Tomar holds B.S.L. LL.B. degree from Indian Law Society’s Law College, Pune and has completed her Master’s degree from Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. She has worked as a Law Researcher in State Consumer Commission, Delhi.
She has presented and published articles in national seminars and has also contributed articles in law magazines, newspapers and online blogs. Besides the degree courses, she has certifications and diplomas in areas of Feminist Jurisprudence, Consumer Protection Laws, Business Laws etc.
She was also a volunteer for the NGO ‘Make A Difference’, Pune and imparted education to underprivileged children.
- ‘Provision for Victims of Sexual Offences under Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973’, LAWZ Magazine, Vol.16, No. 12, Issue 184, December 2016
- ‘Judicial Discourse and the Construction of Woman’, Meghalaya Times, 2016
- ‘Revisiting Women’s Representation in Matrilineal and Patriarchal Social Structure’, Meghalaya Times, 2016 Research Papers Presented/Published in the Conference Proceedings
- ‘Sexuality Discourse in Legal and Social Arena: Are We Coming Out of The Closet?’, presented in the proceedings of the National Conference on Indian Society and Emerging Social Issues organized by Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala, in association with Indian Council of Social Science Research in April, 2016
- ‘Role of Judiciary in Gender Sensitive Decision Making’, presented and published at National Seminar on “Are Laws Getting Too Feminist” organized by Modern Law College in Association with Savitri Phule Pune University in February 2016
- ‘Bench-Bar Harmony: Towards an Efficacious Justice Delivery System’, presented in the proceedings of National Seminar on Changing Dimensions of Morality And Ethics In Legal Profession: Challenges And Prospects held at Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur in March, 2016
- ‘3 Months Jail For Rape; Brock Allen Turner Case Shows Us Why Rape Survivors Suffer’, http://www.womensweb.in/2016/09/brock-allen-turner-case/
- ‘Why Anti Rape Laws In India Will Remain Paper Tigers’, http://www.womensweb.in/2016/09/anti-rape-laws-india-will-remain-paper-tigers/
- ‘The Normal-Abnormal Conundrum: What Not To Think About Same Sex Love’,http://www.womensweb.in/2016/02/the-normal-abnormal-conundrum-what-not-to-think-about-same-sex-love/