Niharika Salar

Niharika Salar


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Ms. Niharika Salar is a PhD student at the School of Law at Queen’s University, Belfast. She is a recipient of the Northern Ireland Department of Economy postgraduate studentship to support her PhD studies. Ms. Salar, an experienced educator, has designed and taught courses on Intellectual Property Law to both undergraduate and postgraduate law students for over 3 years at NALSAR University of legal, one of the leading law schools in India.

An alumnus of National University of Singapore and National University of Study & Research in Law, India, her areas of research interest include Intellectual Property Law , Socio-legal approaches to studying law and legal education. During her postgraduate studies at NUS Singapore, she was awarded the ‘Young Asian IP Scholar Award’ at the 5th Asian IP Works-In-Progress Conference Program, Hong Kong (2020). She had the opportunity to showcase her research at conferences in Indonesia and Hong Kong. She also had the pleasure of working with Professor Damian Chalmers (Vice Dean, Research) as a graduate student researcher and assisting Professor Irene Calboli in successful organisation of the IPIRA Conference,2020. During her undergraduate studies, she interned with tier 1 IP law firms in India like Remfry & Sagar and R.K.Dewan & Co.

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Intellectual Property Law

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In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 13 - Climate Action


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