Faculty

Asst. Prof. Laxmi Sapkota

Contact: Suryabinyak-4, Dadhikot, Bhaktapur, Bagmati, Nepal | 01-6634455, 01-6634663

Email : laxmi.sapkota@ksl.edu.np, luxmee_sap@hotmail.com

Designation: Assistant Professor

Biography

Ms. Laxmi Sapkota is an Assistant Professor at Kathmandu School of Law and the coordinator of B.A. LLB 1st Year. She has been teaching in KSL for 10 Years.  Furthermore, she teaches Theories of Logic and General Concept of Law in B.A. LLB 1st Year and Contract Law in B.A. LLB 4th Year in KSL.

She completed her bachelor's and master's degrees from Kathmandu School of Law and has specialized in business and international trade law. Additionally, she is pursuing her Ph. D from Tribhuvan University.

She has published two books of law. Firstly, General Concept of Law for B.A. LLB 1st Year and Contract Law for B.A. LLB 4th Year.  Moreover, she has written many articles in National and International Journals.

 

Research Projects

  1. Preventing Sexual Violence in Nepal (case study) 2015

Publication

  1. Sapkota, Laxmi. "Legal Regime for Abortion in Nepal and Its Challenges". Nepal Bar Council Law Journal. Kathmandu: Nepal Bar Council (2019).
  2. Sapkota, Laxmi. "Nepalma Audhogik Design Ko Samrakchhan". Kanoon Anwesika Reserarch Paper. Bhaktapur: Kathmandu School of Law (2075 B.S).

Research Articles

  1. "Legal Regime for Abortion in Nepal and Its Challenges". Nepal Bar Council Law Journal. Kathmandu: Nepal Bar Council (2019).
  2.  "Nepalma Audhogik Design Ko Samrakchhan"(Protection of Industrial Design in Nepal). Kanoon Anbesika Reserarch Paper. Bhaktapur: Kathmandu School of Law (2075 B.S).
  3. "Importance of Consideration in Nepal in Contract". Kanoon Anbesika Reserarch Paper. Bhaktapur: Kathmandu School of Law (2076 B.S).

Books

  1. Sapkota, Laxmi. Contract Law (1st edition). Bhaktapur: Lex and Juris (P.) Ltd (2020)
  2. Sapkota, Laxmi. General Concept of Law (1st edition). Kathmandu: Sahayatra Publication (P.) Ltd (2018)

Research Interest/Research Area

  1. Intellectual Property Laws
  2. Business and International Trade Laws
  3. Contract Law