Kesang Wangmo was appointed as a Junior Lecturer at JSW Law in February 2017. She received her law degree from the ILS (Indian Law Society) Law College in Pune and completed her Postgraduate Diploma in National Law (PGDNL) from the Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu. She also completed internships at Bhutan Today, the Bhutan Travel Club, Thimphu Thromde, the Royal High Court, and the Bhutan National Legal Institute. She worked at STCBL (State Trading Corporation of Bhutan Ltd) as the Company Secretary and Legal Counsel for a month before joining JSW Law. Kesang completed her Masters in Administrative Law and Public Policy at the University of Sydney (Australia).
She has presented her working draft paper ‘Buddhism and Ethics’ at the 16th ASLI conference at NUS, Singapore. She serves as a committee member for principle and guidelines committee under International Association of Law Schools (IALS) and has shared a panel with her committee members at the IALS annual meeting 2019 at the University of Gdansk, Poland. She has published her paper ‘How corruption-free society enjoys happiness rooted in the environment’ at Bhutan Law Network/ JSW Law Research Paper Series No.18-7 https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3295447 and ‘Rule of Law – A comparative analysis of rule of law in Australia and Bhutan’ at Bhutan Law Network/ JSW Law Research Paper Series No. 18-6 https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3271777.