• International Environmental Law (2021-present) University of Cologne

    From the summer semester of 2021, I have been teaching the course “International Environmental Law” to students of the University of Cologne and the Cologne University of Applied Sciences as part of the course offering of the Faculty of Law at the University of Cologne.

  • Nations, Nations, and Negotiations: International Law & the Climate Emergency (2022), National Law School of India University

    The course offers students of the LLB, MPP and LLM programmes a detailed understanding of the intricacies of international climate law, its inner workings and its linkages with other legal regimes such as trade and human rights.

  • Comparative Environmental Law (2017-2018) University of Cologne

    In the winter semester 2017-18, I assisted Dr. Kirk W. Junker in teaching “Comparative Environmental Law” aimed at both law students and students of environmental sciences, and environmental governance from the Technical University in Cologne.

  • Gender and Negotiations (2018-2019, 2021-2022) University of Cologne

     In 2018-2019, and 2021-2022, I co-taught “Gender and Negotiation”, a seminar course which trains both male and female lawyers to recognise and address gendered issues in negotiation, legal practice and professional development. My classes integrate negotiations practice and theory with a focus on feminist theory, intersectional feminism, and gendered discrimination in the legal workplace.

  • Interdisciplinary Study of Environmental Law (2017), National Law School of India University, Bangalore

    In December 2017, I taught a single-credit course as a guest lecturer, Bangalore through the Student Initiative to Promote Legal Awareness, called “The Interdisciplinary Study of Environmental Law” which focused on understanding principles in natural sciences such as chemistry and , social sciences such as anthropology and sociology, statistics and communication studies in the study and practice of environmental law. This course was supported by the University of Cologne, Center for Modern Indian Studies (CMIS-UC),  funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and administered through the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

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