The Oxford handbook of empirical legal research /

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Other Authors: Cane, Peter, 1950-, Kritzer, Herbert M., 1947-
Format: Book
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 2010
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Table of Contents:
  • The art, craft, and science of policing
  • Crime and criminals
  • Criminal process and prosecution
  • The crime-preventive impact of penal sanctions
  • Contracts and corporations
  • Financial markets
  • Consumer protection
  • Bankruptcy and insolvency
  • Regulating the professions
  • Personal injury litigation
  • Claiming behavior as legal mobilization
  • Families
  • Labor and employment laws
  • Housing and property
  • Human rights instruments
  • Constitutions
  • Social security and social welfare
  • Occupational safety and health
  • Environmental regulation
  • Administrative justice
  • Access to civil justice
  • Judicial recruitment, training, and careers
  • Trial courts and adjudication
  • Appellate courts
  • Dispute resolution
  • Lay decision-makers in the legal process
  • Evidence law
  • Civil procedure and courts
  • Collective actions
  • Law and courts' impact on development and democratization
  • How does international law work?
  • Lawyers and other legal service providers
  • Legal pluralism
  • Public images and understandings of courts
  • Legal education and the legal academy
  • The (nearly) forgotten early empirical legal research
  • Quantitative approaches to empirical legal research
  • Qualitative approaches to empirical legal research
  • The need for multi-method approaches in empirical legal research
  • Legal theory and empirical research
  • Empirical legal research and policy-making
  • The place of empirical legal research in the law school curriculum
  • Empirical legal training in the US academy