The Special Issue of the EJLS is published! Jakob Holtermann, Anne Lise Kjaer, Paivi Leino, Emilia Korkea-aho, Henrik Palmer Olsen and Amalie Frese unpack and scrutinize European Union lawyers, international law, legal knowledge, human rights, and the epistemology of legal empirical research. The special issue is the first output of the NoLesLaw initiative. The exact beginning of the […]
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NOLESLAW 3RD WORKSHOP PROGRAM
Helsinki November 1 and 2
NoLesLaw is delighted to announce that Fabien Tarissan will give a keynote lecture in Helsinki on November 1, 2018.
Good news from CELSE: call for papers – submission deadline extended. https://www.law.kuleuven.be/pub/en/cltej/CELSE
Network Science & Law Session of the XXXVIII Sunbelt Conference https://sunbelt.sites.uu.nl/ *Utrecht, Netherlands, June 26 – July 1, 2018* Submission deadline: February 1, 2018. Scholars from a variety of disciplines increasingly use network analysis to study law and legal institutions. Still, the diversity of methods is overwhelming and the value, which the approach adds to […]
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We are delighted to announce EJLS (The European Journal of Legal Studies) has joined NoLesLaw. Founded in 2007, the European Journal of Legal Studies (EJLS) is a researcher edited journal published on behalf of the Department of Law at the European University Institute (EUI), Florence. Visit their website.
No-Les-Law is a network of scholars who seeks to increase the quality, scale, and relevance of empirical legal research.
NoLesLaw is generously funded by the joint committee for Nordic research councils in the humanities and social sciences.