Graduate School Methods Seminar
We are very excited to announce that the Graduate School is starting a new series of Graduate School Methods Seminars. The Methods Seminars are convened by Anna Beckers, André Nunes and Monika Leszczyńska, with a goal of introducing PhD candidates, Master’s Honours Research Track students, and other members of the faculty, to different methods being used to conduct legal research. In the seminar, guest speakers will present fundamentals, advantages, problems, and limits of a method that they are expert in. They will do this through the lens of their own research.
We hope that the Methods Seminars will become a space where members of different departments can meet to discuss common challenges related to the use of various legal research methods. The seminars will take place monthly.
The first Graduate School Methods Seminar will take place on January 18, 2021 from 13.00-14.30.
Parvathi Menon, Lecturer from the University of Helsinki, will talk about legal history methods through the lenses of her own research. If you would like to participate in the seminar, please register (via the green button on this page) to receive a Zoom link to the meeting.
Friday February 26, 2021 (the exact time TBA): Dr. Sabine Anita Mair, Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Copenhagen. Political and moral theory, qualitative research.
Thursday March 18, 2021 13.00-14.30: Dr. Dr. Pascal Langenbach, Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn. Experimental law and economics.
The remaining sessions in April, May and June 2021 will be announced at a later point.