Prof. Kumar Ingnam

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

Email : kumar.ingnam@ksl.edu.np

Designation: Professor


International Trade and Arbitration, Fiscal crimes, White Collar Crime and Interpretation are the subjects teaching at Kathmandu School of Law since 2000, addition to limited guest lecturers in other colleges. Before joining the KSL, taught in Mahendra Ratna Multiple Campus, Ilam since 1990. Numbers of researches had been conducted, and presented in National and International Conferences. Few books are published and recommended for LLM and BALLB course. Participated as a member of delegation in the visit of Federal Supreme Courts and Provincial Supreme Courts, Appeal Courts of the USA and Canada, and also represented a delegation to visit China, visited Universities of Bangladesh, China and India, Supreme Court of Bangladesh, Denmark and High Courts of India.

Research Projects

  1. 2002: Basic Study on Trial Court System in Nepal 2002
  2. 2007: Constitutional Assembly: Process, System and Content, CeLRRD, 2007
  3. 2008: Model Constitution of the Democratic Republic of Nepal 2008, NCARD, Nepal
  4. 2009: NBA Position Paper on Indigenous and Minorities Peoples Right, Nepal Bar Association, 2009
  5. 2009: Commercial Court Procedure and Manuel, World Bank/Supreme Court, 2009
  6. 2009: Thematic Issues on Minorities and Marginalized Peoples Right, UNDP/NEP, 2009
  7. 2010: Legal Aid to Imprison and Para Legal Manual, CeLRRD, 2010
  8. 2011: Civic Concern on the Forth Coming Constitution (prepared on the subject committee of the Constitutional Assembly), UNDP, SPCBN/UNDP (CCD), 2011
  9. 2009: Power and Functions of Local Governance System in the New Constitution, Kathmandu School of Law, 2009
  10. 2005: Fostering Peace through Discourse on Democratic Values, Constitutionalism, and Methods and Methods and Techniques of Conflict Transformation 2005
  11. 2007: Constitutional and Legal Reform for the Empowerment of Disfranchised and Marginalized Community in Nepal 2007



  1. "Dispute Settlement Procedures: How Effective for Poor and LDCs?", Nepal Bar Council Law Journal 2018, Year, 2019, pp. 45-73
  2. "America China Trade War: An Analysis", Kanoon Anbeshika, Year 2, vol.1, 2075
  3. "Making WTO Dispute Settlement System Useful for LDCs" Kathmandu School of Law Review, KSL, Vol. 6, Issue 1, 2018 (2019), pp. 117-133 
  4. "WTO Dispute Resolution: Its Practice and Reality", Nepal Law Review, Vol 26, Number 1 & 2 2014-2015, Nepal Law Campus, 2016, pp. 221-241
  5. Co-Writer, "Important Theoretical and Practical Conceptions to be Incorporated in the New Constitution", 2011, Nayadoot, Vol. 194, Issue 1, 067/68
  6. “What we expect from Bali MC?” www. Ksl.edu.np. 2014
  7. "Trade and Investment Rules for Inclusive and Sustainable Development: Nepalese Legal Perspectives", Kathmandu School of Law Review, Vol.2, Issue 1, April 2013
  8. "Case Analysis of the Supreme Court Decision on DNA Test in Relation to Sexual Intercourse", Case Study of Some Important Decisions of Supreme Court, Bipin Adhikari & Ganesh Datha Bhatta (eds.), Nepal Constitution Foundation (NCF), 2013
  9. "Trade and Economy in Developing and LDCs after WTO", Nyayadoot, Year 43, No. 205, Vol. 5, Nepal Bar Association, 2013, pp. 35-64
  10. "Prospective of Federalism: An Analysis", Supreme Bar Journal, Year 3, Vol.3, Supreme Court Bar Association Nepal, 2010, pp.191-200
  11. "GATS; Its scope and Implication in Nepal" Nayadoot, Year 39, No. 178, Vol. 6, Nepal Bar Association, 2009, pp. 54-73
  12. Sanghiyatako Sambhawana Yak Bibechana, Sarbocha Bar journal, Year 3, Issue 3, 2006, pp. 191-200


  1. International Trade and Business (on the way to publish)
  2. Role and Impact of WTO for the Economic Development of LDCs (on the way to publish)
  3. An Introduction to World Trade Organization 2009, Kathmandu School of Law, Nepal
  4. Theory of Deviation 1994, Kathmandu, Nepal
  5. Roman Law 1989, Nepal


Research Interest/Research Area

  1. International Trade and Arbitration
  2. WTO Law
  3. Fiscal crime Law
  4. Constitution