September 15, 2006
I have mentioned before how important I think that empirical methods will be in the future of legal scholarship. And I've noted the wonderful Empirical Legal Studies blog (here) and the upcoming First Annual Empirical Legal Studies Conference at the University of Texas (co-sponsored by Cornell Law School and New York University Law School) (see here).
Two colleagues -- Jen Robbennolt and Bob Lawless -- and I are teaching a course on Empirical Methods in Law this semester. We're four weeks into the semester, and so far, so good. Here's our course syllabus: Download empirical_methods.L792A.Syllabus.Fall, 2006.8.10.2006.doc . We'd be grateful for comments and suggestions and for copies of simiilar course syllabi that you are willing to share.
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