Reciprocal relations: formations of the office of legal scholar
Jindal Global Law Review | Springer Science and Business Media LLC | Published : 2018
Professor Upendra Baxi has flourished in many different offices or roles—as scholar, teacher, advisor, administrator and as an executive officer of the university. This article comments on the ways in which a training in conduct as a legal scholar might be inherited and reciprocated. It does by so considering the ways in which Debolina Dutta, Adil Hasan Khan and Oishik Sircar have responded to Baxi’s teaching in terms of both a training in the conduct of lawful relations, and as an exemplary performance in the cultivation of the persona and office of scholar, in time and place.