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
The Empirical Methods in Legal Research sessions are open to all researchers at Leiden Law School.
If you have any queries or would like to present a session, please contact Aleydis Nissen (email@example.com).
25 June Natural Language Processing
27 August Process-tracing
24 September Online fieldwork
26 October Quantitative case law analysis
26 November Interviews (in Dutch)
17 December Participant observation