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Mohammad Tabrej Alam

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Ph.D. (Pursing) in the field of – “Issues Related to Prevalence of Polygamy among Indian Muslims: A Socio-Legal Study” from MMDU AMBALA, LL.M. (Family Law) Amity University, B.A.LL.B. (CCSU),
Mohammad Tabrej Alam is an Assistant Professor at CPJ School of Law affiliated to IP University and former Assistant Professor of law at LLOYD LAW COLLEGE. He is an active alumnus of Amity University Noida and Lloyd law College. He has completed his B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) And Masters in Family Law. He has been the University topper (Amity University Noida) in LLM with the score of 9.25 SGPA and a Silver Medalist in B.A.LL.B., (Hons.) Currently pursuing Ph.D. from MMDU Ambala. He is a passionate individual who wants to be an inseparable part of education. Mr. Alam is an experienced professional with 8+ years in Litigation “Criminal & Family matters” and 4+ years in Teaching.


Mr. Alam began his career as a lawyer in 2011. He worked in the shade of Advocate Tasneem Ahmadi, Supreme Court of India and High Court of Delhi (2011-13). He assisted in research of cases of civil nature and that of drafting suits, Writs, Appeals and misc. applications. His work with her was to find evidence from both the prosecution and that of the defense.
In the year 2013 he started his self-journey of practice in District Courts of Delhi and High Court of Delhi, Chamber No 654, lawyers Block, Saket, District Court. His journey of practice continued till 2018 wherein he dealt with Family matters (Restitution of Conjugal Rights, Divorce, Maintenance, Custody), Criminal and Bail Matters.
In 2019 he stepped in the world of Education as an Assistant Professor (Law) at B.S Anangpuria Education Institute (Under the Affiliation of Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak) Faridabad. He dealt with Competition law, Insurance law, Foreign Trade law, Criminology and Victimology, Land law, Taxation law, Constitution law, RTI Law.
Research & Publications
• Transgender’s position in India: A critical study, NIU International Journal of Human Rights, Volume Vol. 9(1)- Jan 2022, Year 2022, Pages 169
• Maintenance of Muslim Women in Comparison to other Personal and Secular Laws in India, Journal of Positive School Psychology, Volume Vol. 6, no. 3 , Year 2022, Pages 9852-9859.
• Panopticism and Autopoieticism of Law and Contemporary Society through the Lenses of Jeremy Bentham, Michel Foucault and NiklasLuhmann, PANJAB UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, Volume Vol. 60 Part 1 (2021), Year 2021.