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Empirical Methods in Legal Research – Systematic Literature Reviews

Thursday 28 May 2020

The Empirical Methods in Legal Research sessions 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.

As COVID-19 disrupts academic life, the first session on ‘Systematic literature reviews’ has moved online. Marnix Snel, the co-author of ‘Doing a systematic literature review in legal scholarship’ (Eleven International Publishing 2011), will explain how to critically analyses and appraises academic and grey literature comprehensively and extensively across disciplines and subjects.  He says ‘In my opinion, every research project – however small or big – should start with a systematic literature review’.

This interactive session is open to all researchers at Leiden Law School. The working language of this session is Dutch. Please register with Aleydis Nissen by 26 May (a.m.h.nissen@law.leidenuniv.nl). She will send you an email confirmation with the link needed to access the session.

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