Junior Lecturer of Law
Mahesh Gajmer is a junior Lecturer at JSW School of Law. Mahesh’s research focuses on Intellectual Property with special emphasis on protection of Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions. His recent paper have examined existing IP Law of Bhutan for the protection of Traditional Cultural Expressions of Bhutan and similarly his Master’s thesis have examined the existing IP Law of Bhutan for the protection of Traditional Knowledge. His co-authored article titled “Protecting and Preserving Zorig Chusum: An IP-Based analysis” has been published in the Journal of GNH & and Law.
Prior to joining the faculty in 2019, he was a junior associate at Clues and Colleagues (IP Law firm) in Thimphu, Bhutan. Also, he has an experienced of one year as a primary school teacher.
Areas of Interest
IP Law and internet
IP Law and big data
Competition Law and Business
Copyright Law and Traditional Cultural Expressions
Patent Law, Biodiversity Law and Traditional Knowledge
Law and Cultural heritage
Intellectual Property Law
Munich Intellectual Property Law Central, LL.M, 2021
Royal Institute of Management, PGDNL, 2018
Sikkim University, B.A. LL.B, 2014
Bhutan Bar admission, 2020
ATRIP Membership, 2021