4 edition of Science of Legal Method found in the catalog.
Science of Legal Method
by Fred B Rothman & Co
Written in English
|Contributions||Layton B. Register (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
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IX Science of Legal Method THE MODERN LEGAL PHILOSOPHY SERIES Edited by a Committee of the ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN LAW SCHOOLS I. THE SCIENCE OF LAW. By KARL GAREIS of the University of Mu.
Legal Method. This self-contained study and foundation book for legal training deals with how the course of law (both English and European Community) resolves the uncertainties that arise within the law, the basis of legal reasoning, and the nature of law itself/5.
Introduction to Legal Method and Process, Cases and Materials introduces students to the synthesis of judicial opinion, resolution of statutory issues, and the role of the lawyer, the courts, and the legislature in conflict by: 2. Legal Research Methods provides a process-based text covering all aspects of first year legal analysis and research.
This book focuses on legal research tools and the theory and practice of legal research written from a practitioner's perspective/5(6). Judicial interpretation of enacted law / by J. Kohler. Courts and legislation / by R. Pound. The operation of the judicial function in English law / by H.B.
Gerland. Codified law and case-law / by E. Lambert. Methods of juridical thinking / by K.G. Wurzel -- pt. The problem of the legislator: methods for scientific codification / by A. : MACMILLAN LAW MASTERS LEGAL METHOD IDEAL FOR: Common Professional Examination (CPE) Law Degree (LLB) Professional courses with a law element Available from good booksellers Legal Method provides a lively introduction to both the nature of the sources law and the techniques which lawyers use when handling those sources.
Legal method is a process of study of law and thinking about law and genesis of knowing law methodologically, scientifically and systematically both analytically as well as logically to arrive at logical conclusion. The book aims at training new entrants in legal studies to the art of communication Size: 11KB.
A Very Short Introduction. Methodology is a scientific discipline which pertains to defining and systematizing methods, that is, appropriate ways of discerning the subject of investigation.
Accordingly, legal methodology is a scientific discipline dealing with methods of discerning law and legal File Size: KB. MODULE: INTRODUCTION TO LAW & LEGAL METHODS MODULE CODE: LLAW Duration: 2 Hours 15 Minutes Reading Time: 15 Minutes Instructions to Candidates: 1.
This paper consists of Sections A and B. Section A is Compulsory. Answer any TWO questions from Section B. Always start a new question on a fresh page. Total Marks: File Size: KB.
LEGAL METHOD Course Code: ILB Credit Units: 04 Course Objective: This paper focuses on orientation of students to legal studies from the point of view of basic concepts of law and legal system.
Course Contents: Module I: Meaning and Classifications of LawsFile Size: 28KB. Introduction to Legal Method and Process: Cases and Materials (American Casebook Series and Other Coursebooks) Michael A.
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by an understanding of debates about theory and method in mainstream social science. The papers in this volume illustrate how a range of topics. Christopher Columbus Langdell ( – July 6, ) was an American jurist and legal academic who was Dean of Harvard Law School from to Dean Langdell's legacy lies in the educational and administrative reforms he made to Harvard Law School, a task he was entrusted with by President Charles Langdell's tenure the study of law was a rather technical pursuit in.
Research Methods for Law introduces undergraduate and postgraduate students to available methods of research - legalistic, empirical, comparative and theoretical - drawing on actual research projects as examples. The book is written by a team of contributors with a broad range of teaching and research experience in law, criminal justice and socio-legal ed to serve.
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LEGAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND THE DREAM OF INTERDISCIPLINARITY IJ Kroeze 1 Introduction In law, as in other disciplines, there is an increased call for the advancement of interdisciplinary research.
This call is informed by a general perception that academic disciplines tend to exist in "silos" and that this is in some way a bad thing. gage in what has been called legal research. When about a generation ago the case method of studying law was introduced we were told that by its use the study of law had been made truly scientific.
It was claimed that in the legal field it is the equivalent of the laboratory method in the physical sciences. That. The Method of a Truly Normative Legal Science Jaap Hage 3.
Explanatory Non-Normative Legal Doctrine. Explanatory Non-Normative Legal Doctrine. Taking the Distinction between Theoretical and Practical Reason Seriously Anne Ruth Mackor 4.
The book contains introductory explanations of several qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection in social sciences. It also covers the role of judges and jurists in legal and social research. The book would prove to be a good help to researchers whose knowledge in research methodology is limited/5(13).
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND LAW P. M. Bakshi Formerly member, Law Commission of India The Inter-disciplinary approach For men and women who, in their daily life, pursue only one field of study it is refreshing to cross over its boundaries and to have a look at wider Size: KB.
Legal Research Design and its significance in modern era: Collection of Data for legal Research. Method of Legal Research. Methods of using libraries. Case study Method.
Preparing Legal Research Report. Use of E-Source and legal research. Legal research: Techniques and Ideas. Legal Research Methods: Principles and Practicalities is tailored to the needs of researchers in examining varying methodological approaches from a practical perspective.
In addition to the principal approaches now commonly used in legal research (the doctrinal method; the socio-legal method; the historical method and the comparative method.