Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) (Hons), University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka
Certificate Course in Digital Law– Bar Association Sri Lanka
International Investment Law
Law of Evidence
Law of Criminal Procedure
Law of Contract
Information Technology Law
Intellectual Property Law
Research & Publications
B.Soorya (2021); ‘National Domain Dispute Resolution Policy’ as a way forward in settlement of domain name disputes in Sri Lanka’ ; Abstract Submission & Presentation at TILTING 2021: Regulating In Times of Crisis, 7th International Research Conference,Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT), Tilburg University, Netherlands on May 19th – 21st, 2021. (Available online at https://easychair.org/smartprogram/TILTing2021)
B.Soorya (2021); “Fighting Online Misinformation and Defending Free Expression: Significance of Regulations in Sri Lanka”; Abstract Submission & Presentation at Lancaster University Law Conference under the Theme of ‘Laws in Transforming World’ on April 30th, 2021. (Available online at http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/law-andsocialtransformation/programme/)
B.Soorya (2021); “Corporate Social Responsibility as a key to Sustainable Development: Thirst for New Regulations in Sri Lanka ”; Paper Submission & Presentation at 6th International Conference on Contemporary Management (ICCM-2021),at the Faculty of Management Studies & Commerce, University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka, April 29th-30th, 2021. (Available online at https://iccm.maco.jfn.ac.lk )
B.Soorya (2021); “Online Dispute Resolution (ODR): As an Instrumental approach for the Settlement of E-Commerce Disputes in Sri Lanka”; Paper Submission & Presentation at SLIIT International Conference on Advancements in Science and Humanities- ‘SICASH 2020’, at the Faculty of Humanities & Sciences Studies, SLIIT, March 26th, 2021.
B.Soorya (2021); “Liability of ISPs in Online Copyright infringement – A Sri Lankan Study Compared with India, Singapore and USA”; Abstract Submission & Presentation at the Third IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia (IPIRA) Conference, March 24th – 27th, 2021. (Available online at http://ipresearchersasia.org/annual-conference)
B.Soorya (2020); “Instrumentalizing ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’ as a tool to protect Human Rights during Covid’19 Pandemic in Sri Lanka”; Abstract Submission & Presentation at the Annual Research Symposium-2020; Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Colombo, December 15th , 2020. (ISSN: 2465 – 602x) Pp.19
B.Soorya (2020); “Standardization of the Sri Lankan Cyber-Crime Regime: Underlying the Principle of Proportional Punishment”; Extended Abstract Submission & Presentation at the Open University Research Sessions- OURS (2020), November 12th to 13th, 2020. (ISSN 2012- 9912) Pp.97 (Available online at https://ours.ou.ac.lk/?page_id=59 )
B.Soorya (2020) ; “The Urge to Refine Cybercrime Framework to Combat with the Modern Challenges – An Asian Perspective”; Paper Submission & Presentation at 17th Asian Law Institute(ASLI) Conference, co-organized by National Law University, Delhi and the Asian Law Institute, November 7th to 9th, 2020. (Available online at https://law1.nus.edu.sg/asli_abstract/view_abstract_d.aspx?abno=1036)
B.Soorya & P.Supasini (2019) ; “The Necessity of the Cyber Privacy Law to enhance the economic growth in Sri Lanka’’; Paper Submission & Presentation at 12th International Research Conference , The General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University(KDU-IRC), September 11th -12th ,2019. (ISBN: 978-955-0301-67-6) Pp. 851-860. (Available online at https://www.kdu.ac.lk/proceedings/irc2019/pdf/law022.pdf )
B.Soorya (2019); “Departure of Ultra Vires & Shareholders’ Protection: Summing-up with Company Law reforms in Srilanka” Volume 53 (2019) ; Neethi Murasu – A Law Journal by Law Students’ Thamil Mantram, Srilanka Law College. (Page.91 to 97).
B.Soorya & K.Mathan (2019); “Are state resources properties of politicians? – A way forward to limit the use of state resources by politicians”; Yaazh-Volume 01 (2019); The Mallakam Bar Association, Srilanka (Page.207 to 218).
B.Soorya (2019); “The Need to Standardize the Limitation Clauses in Sri Lankan Constitution: A Right Based Approach” Volume 53 (2019) – Neethi Murasu – A Law Journal by Law Students’ Thamil Mantram, Srilanka Law College. (Page 67-73).
B.Soorya (2018) – “Whether there is real necessity for introducing separate cyber defamation Law to Srilankan Legal regime?”; Neetham-Volume 07 (2018); Department of Law, University of Jaffna (ISBN-9789557377575) (Page.49 to 58).
B.Soorya (2017) – “Scope of Protections for Geographical Indications in Srilanka”; Neetham- Volume 06(2017); Department of Law, University of Jaffna (ISBN-978-955-0975-00-6) (Page.121 to 127).
B.Soorya (2016) – “Laws related with Sexual Harassment in the Public Places in Srilanka”; Neetham-Volume 05 (2016); Department of Law, University of Jaffna (ISBN-955-097-500-6) (Page.203 to 206).
B.Soorya (2018) – “The Necessity of introducing Cyber Defamation Law to Srilankan Legal system”(2018) ; Dissertation submitted to Department of Law, University of Jaffna in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Bachelors of Laws Degree.
Award for the Most Outstanding Academic Student of the year (Dean’s List) 2018; Department of Law, University of Jaffna.
University Prize for the Best Performance in the Fourth Year in Bachelor of Laws Examination (2018); Department of Law, University of Jaffna.
University Prize for the Best Performance in the Third Year in Bachelor of Laws Examination (2017); Department of Law, University of Jaffna.
Participant in the Workshop on Intellectual Property Law organized by KDU (2019).
Participant in the virtual discussion on “What holds women back? Review the Gender Discriminatory Social Norms” organized by Law and Society Trust (2021).