B.A. L.L.B, Amity Law School, India; PGD, IIHR, India; LLM, University of New Hampshire, USA; S.J.D, Penn State University, USA
Avantika is an SJD Candidate at Penn State University and her thesis is titled as, “Patent Law, Traditional Knowledge, and Genetic Resources and its protection: And how India can learn from other countries.”
In her thesis she talks about the sacredness traditional knowledge and how it can be protected at regional, national, and international level. She has done her LLM from University of New Hampshire (Franklin Pierce School of law) in Intellectual Property Laws (IPR). She then went on to teach “Biodiversity and IP” in Amity Law School, Noida. She was also appointed as a guest lecturer in Amity Law School, Noida where she taught Criminology, and Law, Poverty, and Development (LPD). Her research area covers Indigenous Knowledge and its protection, patent law, human rights, and IPR
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