Summary of Young-OGEMID Symposium No. 7: "Empirical Legal Research - How-To and Why-To (March 2018)"
Published 5 November 2019
Young-OGEMID's (YO) seventh virtual symposium advised junior practitioners, academics and law students on how to and why to do empirical research, identifying the problems and possibilities associated with such analysis. As YO moderator Prof. S.I. Strong stated when introducing the event, "Ever wonder why lawyers do empirical research and whether it actually provides useful data?" During the discussion, academics and practitioners from around the world discussed the pros and cons of a variety of methodologies and provided tips for aspiring empiricists and critical readers.
The seventh YO virtual symposium featured the following speakers:
- Prof. Stavros Brekoulakis;
- Prof. Jennifer K. Robbennolt;
- Ms Maryam Salehijam;
- Prof. Wolfgang Alschner;
- Dr Suha Jubran Ballan.
Note: reports of all symposia can be found on the Young-OGEMID page here www.transnational-dispute-management.com/young-ogemid/