5-Year B.A., LL.B. (Hons.)
• LL.M., Specialisation in Corporate & Financial Services Law, National University of Singapore, 2013
• B.A., LL.B., Christ University, 2012
Neeraj Grover is currently teaching as Assistant Professor of Law at the School of Policy and Governance, Azim Premji University, Bangalore where he has also contributed to the internal administrative processes of the school. He has been the Program Coordinator for LL.M. at the School of Policy and Governance since June 2018, and manages oversight and coordination of all academic processes for the LL.M. programme. His focus also included building relations across the industry with a view to generate relevant opportunities for the school to aid thought leadership of the university.
He has taught courses on Comparative Corporate Governance, Law and Development, Research Methodology, and Foundations of Private Law. He has also engaged in academic research focused on a) contract theory, b) law and development, and c) corporate governance.
- “Dilemma of the Proper Law of the Arbitration Agreement”, (2014) 32 Singapore Law Review, 227.
- “The Failed Merger of Stock Exchanges”, (2014) 3 International Journal of Law and Policy Review, 34-37, co-authored with Tejas K.M.