GUEST FACULTY

OUR SENIOR GUEST FACULTY

Mr. P.S. Khurana did B.Sc., LL.B., LL.M from Panjab University, Chandigarh. Did research work in LL.M. on “Public Interest Litigation”. Qualified University Grants Commission test for Lectureship in 1991 He, then, joined the Legal Profession as an Advocate at Punjab and Haryana High Court in 1992 and also the Supreme Court of India in 2003. He has also successfully conducted cases at Himachal Pradesh High Court, Shimla, Uttarkhand High Court, Nanital and Delhi High Court.

Practising in all branches of law i.e. Constitutional, Civil and Criminal. Worked as Hon’y Lecturer in the Department of Laws, Panjab University, Chandigarh from 1995 to 2001 and taught Jurisprudence, Land Laws and Civil Procedure Code.

Also worked as Hon’y Lecturer at Punjab University, I.A.S. study centre. Has the distinction of being the senior most Guest Faculty of Legal Eye and Mahant Gopal Singh Institute of Competitions.


Elected as Vice President of Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association (2008-09). Drafted the High Court Lawyers Welfare Fund Rules, 2008 and The Punjab and Haryana High Court Advocates (Medial Reimbursement) Rules, 2008. He has also authored the following Books:-

1.    A Treatise on Land Laws in Punjab.
2.    LAW-Multiple Choice Questions on Constitutional Law.
3.    LAW-Multiple Choice Questions on Crimes
4.    LAW-Multiple Choice Questions on Contract Act and Specific Relief Act.
5.    LAW-Multiple Choice Questions on Hindu Law, Muslim law & Customary Law.

6.    Punjab & Haryana Solved papers of Judicial Service ( Preliminary's) Examination 2010.

7.    Concise Commentary on Land Acquisition

8.    Procedural Judicial Reforms ( with Law Commission Reports)

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Judgments

  • Manjula Sinha v. State of U.P., (SC)
        Manjula Sinha v. State of U.P., (SC) 2007(3) R.C.R.(Criminal) 778 : 2007(4) Recent Apex Judgments (R.A.J.) 137 : 2007(9) JT 326 : 2007(2) HLR 465 : 2007(4) AICLR 132 : 2007(12) SCC 503 : 2007(9)...
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