‘Introducing: Experimental Jurisprudence’

“The use of empirical methods in legal scholarship is still relatively new, but is gaining in popularity at a rapid pace. Methods more commonly associated with the social sciences are now being utilised to study legal procedures and legal theory. Slowly but surely, social scientists are finding their way to law schools where they can conduct research in close collaboration with legal scholars, which then gets published in journals such as ‘Psychology, Public Policy, and Law’ and the ‘Journal of Empirical Legal Studies’ …” (more)

[Niek Strohmaier, Leiden Law Blog, 1 December]

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