Name : Golda Sahoo ,
Ms. Golda Sahoo B.A. (Political science Hons.), LL.B, LL.M, (NET) She began her career as a law faculty in the year 2008 at a private law college in Odisha. She graduated in Political Science Hons in 2001 and joined her three yearsLL.Bprogramme. She took her two years LL M Programme with the specialization on Criminal Law under Sambalpur University Odisha in 2007. Before joining TNNLS in 2015, she had been working at Christ University, Bangalore and KIIT University Bhubaneswar as an Assistant Professor. To add credit to her career she had practicing experience in District Bar Association. She qualified herself by passing the UGC Net Examination in 2012.
She participated and presented papers in various National level seminars
National Seminar on "Challenges on RTI Awareness"conducted by SOA University, Bhubaneswar on 12th February 2001.
National Seminar on "Indian law for equality: Social, Political and Economic" organized by Arul Anandar College, Madurai on 17 t& 18th September, 2013.
Paper presented in the one-day National Seminar on "Demonetization in India-Vision and Impact" on 24th February 2017 organized by the Department of Economics, Bharathidasan constituent Arts and science college, Navalurkuttapattu, Srirangam, Trichy.
Paper presented in the one-day National Seminar on "Social Safety Net Through Food Security In India" on 24th February 2017 organized by the Department of Economics ,Bharathidasan University on 15th and 16th March 2017.
Participated, presented and published a paper in the UGC sponsored the one-day National seminar on "Labour
outsourcing and contract Labour system in India-problems and perspectives” organized by Government Law College in association with Tamilnadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai on 24th March 2017.
National seminar on “Environmental protection; socio-legal issues and challenges”.
She taught various subjects like Law of Crimes, Law of Contract, Family Law, Law of Torts,Socio-Economic Offences, Women and Crime, Criminology, Penology and Victimology. Her area of interest is criminal law and law relating to women and children.