Have a PhD and have teaching and research experience at a law school and research firms; have engaged in different custom writing companies as a freelance Writer; have fluency in English and Bengali; have superb analytical skills that allow them to quickly grasp the intricacies of international cooperation in diverse fields of the law and social sciences and to formulate clear policy advice; have excellent skills of empathy and diplomacy and are apt at facilitating contacts and cooperation between people from very different background and cultures; are comfortable working in an international setting and relate to people from diverse cultural backgrounds; have the ability to work independently, being a self-starter but, I can also be a cooperative team member or effective team leader as the need arises; being objective and open-minded, I can deal with stress in the workplace and interact with people in all levels; I am also organized and patient in keeping track of necessary records and documentation; and lastly, I can work of flexible hours if necessary. I am an Associate Professor since September 2005 in a University. I currently teach at Masters Level along the realms of English for Law, Government & Politics, Commercial Law, and International Business Law. I have Masters Degree in Information Technology from Oxford University and Law with Human Rights and Criminology. I have Ph.D. Degree in Cyber Law. I can prepare excellent and thoroughly researched papers in a plethora of disciplines which include Law, Gender, History, politics, International Studies, Cyber Law, Intellectual Property, International Business Law, Policy and development etc as well as in disciplines which correspond with my own area of expertise i.e Law, Marketing, Management, Intellectual Property Law, Information Technology Law, Human Rights, Political Science, Sociology and History etc. As a university professor, I all posses the vital instinct of inquisitiveness for, when the unknown confronts me, I wonder and my inquisitiveness makes me probe and attain full and fuller understanding of the unknown. This aims to ensure the delivery of high quality research, to safeguard all stakeholders, to meet the requirements of relevant funding bodies and to manage risk in relation to research misconduct. The following multi-disciplinary research projects have been properly done:
o Loss of Biodiversity in Padma River Basin by Construction of Farrakka Barrage: An Appraisal to Climate Change; Information Technology in India compared with China and Nigeria; Does the strengthening of the role of the European Parliament address the alleged 'democratic deficit' in the EU? Drug Legalization in Netherlands: Cultural Patterns; Identify and illustrate one process you have used to deal with a specific problem or difficult situation(s) in your life. In other words, explain your process for resolving a specific problem; Movie comparison: Cape fear 1 and 2; Gas Price Increasing and Alternative Energy Sources; What forms of gender inequality emerge in the context of the industrial revolution and why and Gender inequality/Temple Wage; A Reaction Paper on Franz Kafka's A Country Doctor; Employee Termination in the Hospitality Industry; Description Issues in Media and Culture; The Powers of the President; The Evolution of the Skyscraper: Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company Building (1899) Vs. The Seagram Building (1957); Is punishment or rewarding more powerful in motivation employees? Discuss this question, referring to at least three specific management theories and considering the historical context in which these ideas were developed or adopted; History - World War 2 Cause and Effect; Collaboration Engineering Opportunity Interview Protocol: The Online Bookstore; Emotions and Communication of arranged marriages in China; Religion in custody case; Evaluating Eligibility Rules; The police use of force in the United States and how it is used and abused; What issues of national identity and/or citizenship are you interested in? What methods will you adopt to study these issues, and why?; Parking price problem in Arizona State University; International relations: the "ripeness" of a negotiation; Critically examine equity theory for its effective application; The roles of NGO's; What are we doing to solve the problem of obesity? Water Today; Compare Candide and Utopia; Economics and Nursing; Inclusion of Special Education Students; Risk Communication Plan on Coal bed methane; The Evolution of American Urban Society; Outline and critically evaluate geo-demographic segmentation strategies and consider why other segmentation techniques might be applied in consumer markets; Rise of Agriculture & Climate; Business Ethics. Etc.