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SPILS Research Methods Workshop

This is a mandatory course for SPILS Fellows as part of the program's core curriculum. Its main goal is to offer students an interdisciplinary perspective about socio-legal research, and research tools for designing and implementing their individual research projects. This Winter term workshop will complement the Research Design for Empirical Legal Studies Seminar taken in the Autumn by 1) expanding and elaborating on some of the methods analyzed during the seminar; and 2) assisting students in using such methods towards their individual research project. The workshop will consist of specialized sessions, and the fellows are expected to attend those that are most relevant to their thesis data collection methods and analytical framework employed. In addition, the workshop will provide tools to facilitate the writing of the required SPILS thesis, including writing tutorials. During the quarter the fellows are expected to submit drafts of different chapters of their thesis. If appropriate, the workshop may also include group and/or individual sessions designed to address the very specific needs of the research undertaken by the SPILS Fellows. Elements used in grading: Class participation, attendance and written assignments. Enrollment is restricted to SPILS fellows. The seminar is required for JSM graduation.

2014-2015 Winter
01/05/2015 - 03/09/2015
Instructors: Diego Gil McCawley

Instructors for this course (Past and Present)

Diego Gil McCawley