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Academic Integrity and Student Evaluation in Indian Law Schools

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

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Read an article in India Law News based on Jonathan's Research

Jonathan Gingerich, JD'10

Student Empirical Research Fellow
Program on the Legal Profession

Along with an Indian law student collaborator Aditya Singh, Jonathan is investigating academic integrity and student evaluation in Indian law schools by surveying law students and interviewing students and faculty to quantify the prevalence of plagiarism and other academic misconduct in Indian law schools, identify its causes, and determine how law schools presently evaluate students. This project will then develop proposals for law schools and their regulators regarding how best to promote academic integrity and improve student evaluation.

The Program on the Legal Profession has created Student Empirical Research Grants (SERG) designed to enhance and contribute to practice-related student research at Harvard Law School. The fellowships include access to PLP’s research resources, the opportunity to meet and discuss research with faculty and peers, and financial support to enable students to conduct empirical research and writing projects that might otherwise be cost-prohibitive. More Information

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