Pursuing Legal Research
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By conducting methodological assessments, legal researchers decide which lines of inquiry are worth pursuing. Two aspects of such assessments are highlighted in this article. The first aspect is to construct promising lines of inquiry. The second aspect is to clarify provisionally the potential of various promising lines of inquiry. Clarifying and calibrating such potential through discourse with fellow researchers are essential. Increased awareness of how legal researchers decide which lines of inquiry are worth pursuing is vital to contemporary discourse about legal methodology.
CitationMæhle SS. Pursuing Legal Research. Law and Method. 2017:1-14
PublisherBoom Juridische Uitgevers
- Faculty of Law 1345
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