empirical legal research

Gare Saint-Lazare by Claude Monet (1877)
  An empirical legal study design is a pre-research plan of action. An effective study design enables you to cost your project (e.g., time, personnel), set boundaries,...
Update: Some YLS students and Yale doctoral candidates have alerted me to the “buggy-ness” of Qualtrics email. I’ll be back soon with a work-around! —...
Human subjects research conducted by university agents typically requires oversight and approval by a human subjects review board or institutional review board (I.R.B.)...
Galaxy by Jackson Pollock
  Statistics summarize complex events and phenomenon. Consider the following statistical statement: “56% of Americans believe gun crime is worse today than it was 20...
In honor of the Theoretical Law and Economics Conference, to be held at the Yale Law School December 7-8, 2012 and sponsored by the Oscar M. Ruebhausen Fund, here are some of...
Stanford Law School hosted the 7th Annual CELS on November 8-10, 2012. CELS is a call to action for legal scholars, according to keynote speaker Ian Ayres. Given computer...
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