January 31, 2008
New Empirical Legal Studies Bibliographic Database
Matt Morrison (Cornell Law Library) writes "Empirical legal studies are increasingly important in the legal academy as it evolves to become more interdisciplinary. Moreover, empirical legal scholarship has direct relevance to the discussions of legal issues in today's public and political discourse. Through the collaborative efforts of Cornell and UCLA, there is now available a bibliographic database of empirical legal studies and scholarship: the ELS Bibliography. The database allows author, title, and subject searching, as well as limiting by year. For more information, see the database's About Page."
The database is a work-in-progress; suggestions are welcome. [JH]
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