Empirical Methods in Legal Research
The Empirical Methods in Legal Research sessions aim to equip you to add an empirical component to your work. They provide an opportunity to expand your research skillset and to reflect on the role that empirical methods can play in conducting legal research.
These sessions are being organised under the responsibility of Miranda Boone and Helen Pluut to implement the Dutch Law Sector Plan in Leiden. The individual invitation for each session indicates whether the working language is English or Dutch.
Time & Place
If you have any queries, please contact Aleydis Nissen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
28 May 2020 Systematic Literature Reviews
25 June 2020 Natural Language Processing
27 August 2020 Process-tracing
24 September 2020 Online fieldwork
26 October 2020 Quantitative case law analysis
26 November 2020 Interviews (in Dutch)
17 December 2020 Participant observation
4 February 2021 Vignettes (in Dutch)
25 February 2021 Assessing women’s access to justice
25 March 2021 Reflexivity
28 April 2021 Survey research
28 May 2021 Indigenous epistemology
17 June 2021 Case study research - Nkatha Kabira
30 September 2021 Focus groups
29 October 2021 Longitudinal Research Settings
18 November 2021 Multilevel Analysis: Researching Daily Life