Environmental Law and International Law
Tshering Dolkar is Lecturer at Jigme Singye Wangchuck School of Law, specializing in Environmental Law and International Law.
Tshering is a graduate of University of Kent, UK (LL.B. (‘15), Royal Institute of Management, Bhutan (PGDNL. (’16) and Lewis and Clark Law School, USA (LL.M. ’18)).
Tshering is the author of Why Bhutan needs to adopt enforcement infrastructure to meet its Greenhouse Gas emission goals, (SSRN, 2018). She is also currently working on the development of first ever Environmental Law textbook and International Law textbook in Bhutan.
Areas of Interest
- Carbon Trading
- Environmental Law Negotiation
- Buddhism and Environment
- Gross National Happiness and Environment.
- International Humanitarian Law
- Public International Law
Tshering Dolkar, Why Bhutan needs to adopt enforcement infrastructure to meet its Greenhouse Gas emissions goals?, SSRN, 2018.
- International Law, Fall 2021.
- Environmental Law and Policy Elective, Fall 2021.
- Environmental Law, Spring 2021.
- LL.M. Lewis and Clark Law School, 2018
- PGDNL, Royal Institute of Management, 2016
- LL.B, University of Kent, 2015