Legal research provides answers to a hundred questions about legal research. It is an easy-to-read, student-accessible, and richly researched manual for designing, conducting, and evaluating legal research. The book covers doctrinal, metalegal, empirical and normative legal research, the development of a research design and research questions, and various research methods and techniques, including case law analysis, comparative law, interviews, and statistics. Van deze uitgave is ook een Nederlandse editie verschenen. > This book deals with research in the field of law. Much has been written in recent years about the necessity and usefulness of legal research, the methods and theories used by lawyers, and the justification of methods and theories used in legal research reports. Today, many law schools include research skills courses in their programs. PhD students are increasingly offered courses on the methodology of applied research in law. Michel Vols is Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen (Netherlands). Her research focuses on housing and human rights law, public safety and legal methodology. Vols has received several research grants (including an ERC Starting Grant), is a member of the Dutch Young Academy and coordinates research methodology courses.
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