Research is conducted in a wide range of areas and employs various approaches including doctrinal and empirical research including socio-legal aspects. Much of the research is international and transnational in focus. The department excels in under tare research that is empirically rich, conceptually sophisticated and policy relevant. Research includes interdisciplinary and often comparative in its insights to certain key issues. Key research strengths include:
- Criminal Law and Human Rights
- Industrial and Intellectual Rights Laws
- Labour Laws
- Election Laws
- Maritime Laws
- Cyber Laws, etc.