Prof. G.S.Bajpai is a known Criminologist and Social Scientist in India. He won the Prof. B S Haikarwal and Prof Sushil Chandra Award for Senior Social Scientist this year. He is a Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice in National law University. (NLU)Delhi. In this interview with Live Law Associate Editor Suchitra Menon, he speaks about a variety of subjects- from Legal research to Kaushal Judgment. Live Law : Congratulations on the receipt of Social Scientist award. Can you share a few words about this achievement?Prof. G.S.Bajpai : The Indian Society of Criminology has been in existence for last more than four decades. It has instituted many awards. Prof. B S Haikarwal and Prof Sushil Chandra Award for Senior Social Scientist is most coveted one. It is given to an academician who has contributed through his research and publications in the field of criminology and criminal law. My candidature for the award was judged by an apex committee who scrutinized the … [Read more...] about The best way to learn Research Method is doing Research: Prof. GS Bajpai
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Should law school classes be more visual? This week, the Wall Street Journal Law Blog (sub. req.) took note of an upcoming essay for the Maine Law Review by Suffolk University Law School professor Shailini Jandial George that asserts that the law school lecture format needs a revamp.Although initiatives from a number of sources “have led to discussions on how best to teach students, unfortunately not enough has changed in law school teaching, which includes mostly Socratic method, combined with lecture and discussion, and culminates in one exam at the end of the course, on which students often receive little or no feedback,” George wrote. She thinks today’s law students would benefit from the use of more visual aids, visual exercises, and assessments of their work during class time.So this week, we’d like to ask you: Is the Socratic method and lecture-based classes the best way to teach law students? If not, what do you see as a better method? If the teaching at … [Read more...] about Are the Socratic method and lecture-based classes the best way to teach law students?
Some might think calling police on those who shoplift would be the best way to deter other potential thieves.But the operator of a Philadelphia vintage store says she has found a better way, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.Betsy Bassel put up signs at Scout Salvage and Vintage Rescue warning would-be shoplifters that the store would post their photos on its Instagram account. She said she got the idea because “the worst-case scenario for me at that age would have been for my friends to know what I’d done.”That threat worked for a year, Bassel says. Then, when a young hipster recently took a T-shirt, the store made good on its promise, even though he threw the T-shirt at them and fled when caught in the act of stuffing it down his pants.“We’re really happy that our social media worked the way it did, and we were able to alert the other businesses that this person was around,” she told the newspaper. … [Read more...] about Vintage store operator says threat of social-media shaming is best way to deter shoplifting
Is unwavering loyalty to a firm – not to mention work ethic, skill and rainmaking ability – the best way to rise to partnership?An analysis by the Am Law Daily (reg. req.) would suggest that there’s more than one way to climb the ladder. Looking at 50 Am Law 200 firms, the publication found that 59 percent of 499 associates and counsel promoted to partner began their legal careers somewhere else.For the story, the Am Law Daily quoted former Cravath, Swaine & Moore associate Lezlie Madden, who because of a move, switch firms and rose to partnership at Cozen O’Connor this year, where of 20 lawyers elevated to partner, she and 16 others were laterals.The analysis is part of American Lawyer’s Midlevel Associates Survey, which will be published in the September issue of the magazine. Among this year’s results are complaints from associates who don’t see a visible career path. “The associates here seem to have given up on … [Read more...] about Best way to make partner? Switch law firms first