Current Research Projects:

  1. Knowledge Based Intervention to Strengthen Realization of Socio- Economic Rights, Ford Foundation, USA.

  2. Impact Analysis of Court Management Scheme, Department of Justice, Ministry of Law & Justice, Government of India.

  3. New Criminal Statutes & Classical Principles of Criminal Law, Institute of Objective Studies, New Delhi.

  4. Legal & Constitutional Empowerment of Muslims of India, Institute of Objective Studies, New Delhi.

  5. A Study to Create Evidence Based proposals for reform of Legal Education in India – Suggestions for Reforms at National Law Universities set up through State Legislations, Ministry of Law & Justice, Government of India.

  6. A Study to Create Evidence Based proposals for reform of Legal Education in India-suggestions for reforms in law programmes offered at Central Universities/State Universities/Colleges affiliated to State Universities/Private Universities/Deemed Universities, Ministry of Law & Justice, Government of India.

Research Interests :

1. Religious Conversion law
2. Death Penalty
3. Strict Liability
4. Minority Rights
5. Judicial Process
6. Muslim Personal law

Works Completed:

  1. Child and Law”, under Individual Research Grant, awarded by Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh on behalf of University Grants Commission, New Delhi. 1995 – 96.

  2. Neighbouring Rights: A Critical Study of UK, USA and Indian Position”, under Individual Research Grant, awarded by Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh on behalf of University Grants Commission, New Delhi, 1994 – 95.

  3. Terrorism, Law and Human Rights”, under Individual Research Grant awarded by Aligarh Muslim University on behalf of University Grants Commission, New Delhi, 1993 – 94.

  4. Research Project on “New Challenges before the Indian Copyright Law, awarded by Aligarh Muslim University on behalf of University Grants Commission, New Delhi, 1992 – 93.

  5. Islamic Law of Evidence: A Comparative Study” under Individual Research Grant of University Grants Commission, New Delhi, 1992 – 93.

  6. New Criminal Statutes & Classical Principles of Criminal Law, Institute of Objective Studies, New Delhi,2014-2015

  7. Legal & Constitutional Empowerment of Muslims of India, Institute of Objective Studies, New Delhi,2009-2012

Supervision of Doctoral Works:12

Supervision of Doctoral Works:

Srl.No.

Name

Title

1

Yogesh Pratap Singh

A Critical Study of Dissenting opinions of the Supreme Court of India.( Awarded)

2

Pinaki Nandan Pattnaik

University Spinoff & the Management of IPR- A Comparative Study of Canada, Japan & India. (Awarded)

3

Kumar Kartikeya

Judicial Response to “Other Authorities in Article 12- A Critical Evaluation( Awarded)

4

Mr.Rangeen Pallav Tripathy

Assessing a Judge through performance index: A Critical Study of Indian Supreme Court (1950-2010) (Awarded)

5

Mr. Amrandu Ajit

A Critical Study of Gene Patenting(Awarded)

6

Mr.Viswambharan V.S.

Protection of computer programs: Patent vs. Copyright

7

Mr. Rajesh Kapoor

A comparative study of the approaches of the English, French and Indian Courts to the enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards

8

Ahmed Ali Khan

Equality: Law’s Binding Principle

9

Sudhansu Kumar

Competition Ethics: Exclusion & Foreclosure of Anti-Competitive Agreement

10

Anshuman Shukla

Lobbying as an interest-based process in Public Policy or Institutional Decision.

11

Ms. Anuradha Prasad

Individual Liberty and recent changes in Criminal Law Jurisprudence: A Critical Analysis of recent Criminal Statutes. (1980-2014)

12

Ms. Nainy Singh

Protecting fashion: A Comparative analysis of Intellectual Property Protection (IPP) in Europe and India.

Research Papers

  1. Mustafa, F.(2016), Diversity Management in SAARC Countries, Thirty Years of SAARC, Book on Society, Culture and Development, ed. Rajiv Kumar & Omita Goyal.

  2. Mustafa, F.(2015), Islam, Freedom of Religion & Conversion, Ram Puniyani ed. Book on Freedom of Religion.

  3. Mustafa, F.(2011) , “Right to Education Act- Its Dimensions and Constraints”, Prashasan, Indian Institute of Public Administration, 2010-11, 27-44.

  4. Mustafa, F.( 2007), Criminal Law in India, Encyclopedia of Legal History (Editor – Stanley N. Katz, Oxford University Press, New York).

  5. Mustafa, F, (2004), “Data Protection Laws – A Critique” e-Journal, Supreme Court Cases.

  6. Mustafa, F, (2004), From Globalization to Centralization – Are Environmental Laws Inconsistent with Ideals of Constitutionalism”, I.J.T.R.

  7. Mustafa, F. (1999&2000), “International Terrorism & Political Offence Exception – An Evaluation”, XIV & XV Aligarh Law Journal, 55 – 75.

  8. Mustafa, F (1998), “Intra – Family Sexual Abuse of Child: Shocking Trends”, 4 Kashmir University Law Review, 182 – 194.

  9. Mustafa, F. (1997), “Challenge of Internet & Muslim Youth”, XII Aligarh Law Journal, 95 – 116.

  10. Mustafa, F & Talib, J. (1997), Public Interest litigation – Criminal Justice System, XI Aligarh Law Journal 66 – 84.

  11. Mustafa, F (1996), “Doctrine of Mens Rea and Environmental Offences in India”, Supreme Court Journal, 1.36.

  12. Mustafa, F. (1995), “Health Awareness & Media”, Journal of Peace Studies, Vol.2, 11.

  13. Mustafa, F. (1995), “Mandatory Death Sentence: Still Continues”, Criminal Law Journal, 1.

  14. Mustafa, F. (1995), “Validity of a Gift by a Parent to one of his Children to the Exclusion of others: An Islamic View”, Hamdard Islamicus, 18 : 73.

  15. Mustafa, F. (1995),” Domestic Work as Work: Recognizing Joint Property Rights for Wives”, Islamic & Comparative Law Review, 15-16,(1995-96),118-130.

  16. Mustafa, F. (1994), “Law Relating to Insanity under Indian Penal Code – A Critique”, Supreme Court Journal, 1:30.

  17. Mustafa, F. (1993), “Legal Mechanism of Crowd Control in India”, Criminal Law Journal, 7.

  18. Mustafa, F. (1993), “ Islamic Law of Confession: A Comparison with Western and Indian Laws”, Islamic Studies, 22 (i): 49.

  19. Mustafa, F. (1993), “Should Section 309 Continue on the Statute Book”, Supreme Court Journal, 1:36.

  20. Mustafa, F. & Kumar D. (1992), “Doctrine of Rarest of Rare and Increase in Imposition of Death Penalty”, Civil & Military Law Journal, 28 (3): 244.

  21. Mustafa, F. (1992), “Offence of Adultery – A Comparative Study of Hindu, Indian and Islamic Law”, Islamic & Comparative Law Review, Vol. XII, No. 2: 155.

  22. Mustafa, F. (1992), “Commutation of Death Sentence: Inconsistent Response of Supreme Court”, Civil and Military Law, Journal, 28 (1) 23.

  23. Mustafa, F. (1992), “Laws That Terrorise”, Criminal Law Journal, 33.

  24. Mustafa, F. (1992), “Succession of Land in UP – A Critique”, Supreme Court Journal, 1:11.

  25. Mustafa, F. (1992), “Burden of Proof in Strict Liability Offences”, Criminal Law Journal, 26.

  26. Mustafa, F. (2008) ADR in Indian Universities with Special Reference to Aligarh Muslim University (Ed. By Prof. Syed Khalid Rashid, Kuala Lumpur).

  27. Mustafa, F. (2004) Forced Conversion under Islam” in Islamic Pluralism ed. by Dr Ishtiyaq Danish

  28. Mustafa, F. (2001), “Social Disparities & Ambedkar’s Vision” in Ambedkar, Federalism & Law, ed. by Prof. N.H. Khan.

  29. Mustafa, F. (1999), “Human Right in Islam in Mathew George (ed.) Christian – Muslim Dialogue, Hong Kong.

  30. Mustafa, F. (1998), “Offence of Adultery – A Comparative Study”, in Criminal Law in Islam & the Muslim World, ed. by Prof. Tahir Mahmood, 242 – 255.

  31. Mustafa, F. (1997 – 98), “Muslim Women’s Right to Property”, in Social Justice & Other Issues, ed. K. M. Baharul Islam & Biswajit Acharjee.

  32. Mustafa, F. (1998) “Capital Punishment in India: Closer to Retention, Away from Abolition”, in Human Rights in India, ed. by Prof. Iqbal A. Ansari.

  33. Mustafa, F. (1998) “Urdu and Constituent Assembly”, in “Language Problem in India”, ed. by Sanga Sen Singh (1997).