Mrs Supasini Rumanan

Mrs Supasini Rumanan

Lecturer (Probationary)
Department of Law, Faculty of Arts, University of Jaffna

Bachelor of Laws Degree 

University of Jaffna

Master of Philosophy in Law (R)– University of Colombo

Attorney at –Law of the Supreme Court


Assistant Lecturer in Law 2016-2017 

Lecturer (Probationary) 2018 to date

Mrs Supasini is a highly experienced and dedicated lecturer of the Department of Law. Specializing in Information Technology Law, Property Law, Family Law, Criminal Law and Environmental Law, Mrs Supasini has a deep understanding of the intricacies and complexities of these areas of law. Her passion for the subject matter is evident in the way she teaches and the enthusiasm she brings to the classroom.

With her wealth of experience and expertise, Mrs Supasini is able to provide her students with a comprehensive and well-rounded education in the field of law. Her ability to make complex legal concepts easy to understand and her dedication to her students’ success makes her a popular and respected lecturer among her peers and students alike.

Currently, Mrs Supasini is teaching a variety of subjects for LLB undergraduates, including Information Technology Law, Property Law, Family Law, Criminal Law, and Environmental Law. Her extensive knowledge and expertise in these areas make her the perfect instructor to guide students through the complexities of these subjects.

Her Information Technology Law class covers the legal aspects of technology, including data protection, cybercrime, and e-commerce. In Property Law, she covers the legal rights and responsibilities related to owning and using real estate. In Family Law, she teaches students about the legal aspects of marriage, divorce, and child custody. In Criminal Law, she covers the legal definition and punishment of criminal offenses, and finally in Environmental Law, she covers the legal principles and policies related to the environment and natural resources.

Mrs Supasini’s classes are known for their interactive and engaging nature, where she encourages students to ask questions and participate in class discussions. Her approach to teaching is student-centered and she strives to create a learning environment that is inclusive and supportive.

1. Acquisition of Land by the State under the shield of Public Trust Doctrine: A Critical Analysis of Sri Lankan Laws in its Post – War Context. – ICCM 5th international conference 2019.

2. The Necessity of the Cyber Privacy Law to enhance the economic growth in Sri Lanka. – KDU 12th international conference 2019.

3. Legal framework for the protection of adoptive child rights: A comparative analysis with the personal Laws of Sri Lanka.Author: Miss .P.Supasini and Co-Author Miss.K.Thulashi Conference Name: Publications 2020 – 2nd World Conference on Children and 2020, 131,TIIKM PUBLICATIONS

4. Concerns relating to the Interpretation of the Adoption of Children Ordinance, No 24 of 1941 under the purview of child rights : A comparative analysis with the Muslim Law of Sri Lanka – Neetham Volume -7

Published- abstracts

1. Legality behind the Norochcholai coal power plant project: A critical analysis of the Sri Lanka Laws into environmental concerns and a way forward relating to the elimination the poverty and to promote the economy. – RUICHSS 2019,INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE.

2. The Laws and regulations relating to Micro-Finance in Sri Lanka: A purview with the women’s rights through an empirical Investigation in Batticaloa district. Author : Miss .P.Supasini and Co-Author – Miss.K.Thulashi Conference Name: 6th World Conference on Women’s Studies (WCWS 2020) TIIKM PUBLICATIONS.

Mrs Supasini has also been actively involved in outreach programs. She served as a resource person for the Efficiency Bar Examination for the promotion of new teachers’ service minutes designed and developed by the Ministry of Education at the Paddiruppu Educational Zone in Kaluwanchikudy, Batticaloa (2019-2020).

She also served as a resource person for the orientation program at the Advanced Technological Institute (SLIATE) in Batticaloa, where she introduced law and legal frameworks governing the prohibition of ragging.

Additionally, she conducted guest lectures at the Sri Lanka College of Journalism on an Overview of Current and Proposed Cyber Laws and served as a resource person for the Forum of Contemporary Issues in Law (FCIL) organized by the Department of Law at the University of Jaffna, where she discussed the topic of Chunnakam underground water issues.

Mrs Supasini is a highly engaged and active member of the university community, contributing to various committees and initiatives.

She has served as a member of the Health Care Promotion Committee for the Faculty of Arts at the University of Jaffna, as well as a member of the organizing committee for URSA 2021. Additionally, she has been a member of the Curriculum Development Committee for the Department of Law since 2018 and a member of the organizing committee for JUICE -1016.

In addition to her committee work, Mrs Supasini has also been committed to student welfare, serving as a Student Counsellor from March 2020 to May 2021.

Furthermore, she has also been involved in inter-faculty teaching, conducting lectures on Project Management and Engineering Industry in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Jaffna to students of the Faculty of Engineering.