Mrs. M.K.Geethani Jeewanthi

Lecturer Probationary

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Contact:

Central Campus, 2nd floor, HSS building, Room No :17

Office: 0112-881432, Ext: 432

Email: mkgj26@yahoo.com


LL.B.(2nd Upper), (University of Colombo),

LL.M (University of Colombo) ,

Attorney-at- law

Reading for Post Graduate Diploma in Criminology and Criminal Justice (Faculty of Graduate stuidies, Sri Jayawardnapura )

Completed the course “Teacher Educator as an Educational Technologist” (Faculty Of Education, Open University Sri lanka)

Completed the Open University Certificate of Teaching in Higher Education (CTHE) course

 

 

Area of Specification:

Medical Law, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Women’s studies, Principles of Equity, Human Rights Law, Constitutional Law

Research Intrests:

Medical Law,Criminal Justice, Women’s studies, Principles of Equity, Human Rights Law , Constitutional Law

Affiliations:

Member of the Sri Lanka Bar Association

Member of the Fedaration of University Teachers Association.

Programmes Coordination:

LL.B , LL.M (Member of the Department LL.M Management Commitee), Academic coordinator for the law course offered for the Diploma In Technology Programme.

Course Coordination:

Law of Contract(LWU2311),Criminal Law(LWU 2312),Family Law(LWU2313), Constitutional Law II(LWU2314), Introduction to the Laws of Sri Lanka (LWJ3160)

Researches:

Research Papers present at International and National Conferences

Overseas -Australia

International Conference on End of Life: Law, Ethics, Policy and Practice- 2014 sponsored by the Queensland University of Technology Australian Center for Health law research, Dalhouse health Law Institute and Tsinghua Health Law Research center held in Brisbane Australia. Presentation made and abstract was published on the topic of “Organ Donation after a Life Threatening Accident; an Appraisal of Sri Lankan Law”.

Sri Lanka

3rd International Research Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences- 2014: organized by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Jayawardhanapura. Presentation made and abstract was published on the topic of ‘If there is a right to Life, why not Right to Death?

International Conference on Law and Justice 2013 – Organized by the International Center for research Studies. Presentation made and abstract was published on the topic of “Imprisonment,” as an alternative method of punishment”.

International Symposium 2013- organized by the Kothalawala Defence University. Presentation made and abstract was published on the topic of “New Eye for Sentencing a Juvenile.”

ASAIHL 2013 Conference Organized by the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning (ASAIHL) and university Grants Commission in collaboration with University of Kalaniya and University of Colombo Sri Lanka.)Joint Presentation made and abstract was published on the topic of  "Malala’s Voice for Women’s Right to Education; In Sri Lankan Perspective."

Annual Academic Session- 2013 of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Open University, Nawala.   Presentation made and abstract was published on the topic of "The Question Whether the Extension of the Detention Period Affects to Suspect’s Rights: Critic to the New Act"

1st International Research Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences- 2012: organized by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Jayawardhanapura. Presentation made and abstract was published on the topic of “Sri Lankan Prison System: Conflict with Human Rights Standards"

International Symposium 2012- organized by the Kothalawala Defence University. Presentation made and abstract was published on the topic of “Restorative Justice: Better Protection Model for National Security”. 

Annual Academic Session- 2010 of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Open University, Nawala.   Joint Presentation made and abstract was published on the topic of  “Public Trust Doctrine, as a tool of controlling untrammeled power.”

Contributed to the e- conference JUICE 2014 organized by the Jaffna University in Sri Lanka under the topic of “Gender Discrimination in Thesawalame Law”.  ( Massage number 126)

 

 

Ongoing Research:

Comparison of Opt-In and Opt-out systems in human organ Transplantations

Human Rights of prisoners.

State Sovereignty and Human Rights

Amendments to the 1978 Constituion of Sri Lanka ( reading and gathering documents for the purpose of writing a book on Amendments to the Constituion of Sri Lanka)

 

Publications:

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