Legal research methodologies in EU and international law

Hervey, Tamara and Cryer, Robert and Sokhi-Bulley, Bal and Bohm, Alexandra (2011) Legal research methodologies in EU and international law. Hart Publishing. ISBN 1841132357

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Abstract

“Why do I need theory – my PhD is complex enough without it?”
“Where can I find ideas about what to do to solve my research problems?”
“I’m not a theorist – what’s the point in theory unless it is useful for my specific research project?”
“What is a (legal) research methodology anyway?”
“How can I help my PhD students to devise and successfully complete their PhD projects?”

PhD students and their supervisors (including those in Law Schools) often ask these kinds of questions. Our aim in this book is to present a practical and theoretically informed approach to grappling with such questions, for those working either alone, or, ideally, in collaboration with others who are interested in EU law, international law, or legal research methodologies.

Keywords:legal research, legal theory, methodology
Subjects:M Law > M290 Law by topic not elsewhere classified
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School
ID Code:24245
Deposited On:25 Sep 2016 08:27

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