Legal Research Methodology
Legal Research Methodology is an accessible and instructive guide on the discipline of legal research, written with law students and researchers of law in mind, to address the difficulties both student and researcher may encounter in the conduct of the discipline of legal research.
Explains the historical background, significance and desirability of legal research;
Describes in detail, using clearly written examples, the types of legal research methodology available, data analysis and the significance of a given study, topic selection and problem identification, and the formulation of research objectives;
Describes in detail how literature reviews are composed;
Explains sources of information in legal research;
Describes and critically discusses research ethics;
Instructs on how to write research proposals and research reports.
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