Curriculum Vitae

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Dr Jaganraj A/L Ramachandran


ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
(Qualification),(Institution)
  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Malaya, Malaysia
  • Master of Laws, University of Malaya, Malaysia
  • Bachelor of Laws, University of London, United Kingdom
RESEARCH INTEREST
(Research Area)
  • Constitutional & Administrative Law, Human Rights Law, Company Law, Employment Law, Labor Law.
TEACHING
(Course Title),(Level of Study),(Institution),(Month/Year)
  • Company Law , Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (03/2023)
  • English Legal System , Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (03/2023)
  • English Legal Systems, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (09/2023)
  • Company Law , Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2023)
PUBLICATIONS
(Title of publication in APA style)
Article in Journals
2023
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan Reflecting Systematic Gender Imbalances in Malaysia: Transforming Towards an Equality-Based Approach Sweet & Maxwell, The Law Review (Malaysia) , Volume 3 [2023] LR 305 [October]
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan . An Analysis of the Position of Women Trafficked Into The Sex Industry With Reference to the Current International Position. Sweet & Maxwell Law Review( Malaysia), Volume 2 [2023] LR 115 (July)
2022
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Tiong Guan Saw, The Plight of Migrant Workers in Malaysia And Proposals For Legal Reform. (Part 2) Current Law Journal 2022 [July] 1 LNS(A) lxxiii
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Tiong Guan Saw, The Plight of Migrant Workers in Malaysia With Particular Reference to Work Permits, Special Pass Pending Investigation, And the Withholding of Passports by Employers. (Part1) Current Law Journal [July] 1 LNS(A) lxxi
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, The Constitutional Balance in Article 152 of the Federal Constitution: A Case For the Continuing Existence of Vernacular Schools in Malaysia Sweet & Maxwell Law Review(Malaysia) Volume 2 2022 (August)
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, The Case For Anti Hopping Laws in Malaysia With Reference To The Indian Position & The Way Forward Current Law Journal [April] [2022] 1 LNS(A) xlviii
2021
  • Krishnamoorthy Rashmika, Ramachandran Jaganraj, A Perspective on Disability Discrimination Laws During the Recruitment Process and Probationary Period in the UK and Malaysia Sweet & Maxwell Law Review(Malaysia) , Volume 4 2021 (December) (Westlaw Asia)
  • Panchalingam Lahveenyah, Ramachandran Jaganraj, A General Evaluation of Corporate Social Responsibility in the UK, US and Malaysia with Reference to Corporate Scandals Current Law Journal [2021] 1 LNS(A) cxvi
2020
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, Exploring the Constitutional Significance of Conventions in the United Kingdom and Malaysia with Special Reference to the Role of the Monarch- Sweet & Maxwell Law Review(Malaysia) Volume 2 2020 (June)
2019
  • Chin Shang Yoon Chris, Ramachandran Jaganraj, Kian Han Tan, Anwar Manan Khairul, An Evaluation of the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 and the Singaporean Personal Data Protection Act 2012- Current Law Journal July [2019] 1 LNS(A)Ixxxv
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan Parliamentary, Supremacy in the UK and Constitutional Supremacy in Malaysia: A Comparative Perspective Current Law Journal February 2019 [2019] 1 LNS(A) xxiii
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, Pancalingam Lahveenya, The Change and Continuity of Livings Constitutions: Perspective on the Malaysian, British and Indian Constitutions Current Law Journal April 2019 [2019] 1 LNS (A) iv
  • Mathialagan Saravanabavan, Ramachandran Jaganraj, An Analysis of Director’s Duty to Act in the Best Interest of the Company in the UK and Malaysia: A More Onerous Standard? Sweet and Maxwell Law Review (Malaysia) Volume 1 2019(July)
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, The Theories of Laws of War : Assessing the Role of The International Criminal Courts Current Law Journal (August) [2019] 1LNS(A)xcvii
  • Mathialagan Saravanabavan, Ramachandran Jaganraj, Introducing the Statutory Derivative Action in Malaysia: Reflections from the UK Experience-Sweet and Maxwell Law Review (Malaysia) Volume 3 2019(October) (Westlaw Asia)
  • Panchalingam Lahveenya, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, Ramachandran Jaganraj, Assisted Suicide And The Right To Die: An Analysis of The Legal Provisions in UK, Canada and Malaysia Current Law Journal [ October ] [2019] 1 LNS(A) cxxi
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, The Doctrine of Separate Legal Personality in the United Kingdom and Malaysia: An Evaluation of the Historical Doctrine and its Applicability in the Modern World-Sweet & Maxwell Law Review (Malaysia) Volume 4 2019 (December)(Westlaw Asia)
2018
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, The Whistleblower’s Act in the UK, US and Malaysia: An Evaluation of the Whistleblowers Act 2010 Sweet & Maxwell Law Review (Malaysia) Volume 1 2018 (Westlaw Asia)
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Islamic Finance in Malaysia, the Legal Framework, Principles and Current Developments Sweet & Maxwell Law Review (Malaysia) Volume 1 2018 (Westlaw Asia)
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, Balancing Separation of Powers: Observations on the UK and Malaysian Positions Sweet and Maxwell Law Review (Malaysia) Volume 2 2018 (Westlaw Asia)
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, Women Empowerment In Malaysia –Legal Constraints and Positive Developments Malayan Law Journal Volume 2 2018 March/ April
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Sharom Azmi, Rights Of Migrant Workers in Malaysia : Access to Justice Current Law Journal- May [2018] 1 LNS(A) xli
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, The Plight of the Migrant Worker in Malaysia Sweet and Maxwell Law Review (Malaysia) Volume 2 2018 (Westlaw Asia)
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, Freedom of Expression in Malaysia: Where Are We Now? And Where Are We Going? Current Law Journal Malaysia September 2018 [2018] 1 LNS(A) lxxxv
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj , Mathialagan Saravanabavan, The Implied Obligation of Mutual Trust and Confidence in Employment Contracts- An Analysis of the UK and Malaysian Position Current Law Journal October 2018 [2018] 1 LNS(A) cv
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj , Mathialagan Saravanabavan, Ministerial Responsibility in Malaysia – Fact or Fiction?Current Law Journal - November 2018[2018] 1 LNS(A) cxxii
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, The Extension of the Malaysian Federal Constitution Towards Migrant Workers in Malaysia. A Comparison with UK, Canada, India, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Reference to International Treaties and Laws Current Law Journal December [2018] 1 LNS(A) cxliv
2017
  • Ramachandran Jaganraj, Mathialagan Saravanabavan, Liability of Non-Executive Directors under UK Companies Act 2006 and Malaysian Companies Act 2016-Sweet & Maxwell Law Review (Malaysia) Volume 4 2017.