BCL, MPhil (Oxon)

Research Interests

Political philosophy
Legal education reform


  1. Yadava, Strict Scrutiny: Neither Here nor There 22(3) National Law School of India Review 123 (2010).
  2. Yadava, Excluding the Troll: An Attempt to Reform Patent Law 3 Indian Journal of Intellectual Property Law 78 (2010).
  3. Yadava & B. Seetharaman, Self-Determination: Envisaging a Sub-Statist ConceptionProceedings of the ILSA Conference (Summer) 56 (2010-11).
  4. Yadava, SGS v. The Republic of Paraguay, Decision on Jurisdiction, ICSID Case No. ARB/07/29 Australian Journal of International Law 123 (2012).
  5. Yadava, Y.S. Santosh & D. Agarwal, Vodafone and India: A Review of Claims in Investment Arbitration, published by SIPLA (NLSIU).
  6. Kumar & R. Yadava, India Country Report, International Law Association Study Group on Principles of Engagement of Domestic Courts with International Law (September 15, 2013).
  7. Yadava and B. Seetharaman, Tangled Up in the Self-Determination Rhetoric, in, The United Nations in the 21st Century and International Law (Soser and Direk eds., Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014).
  8. R. Yadava, A. Gaur and A. Sengupta, A Proposal to Reform the University Grants Commission, published by the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy.