Research Methods in Constitutional Law Conference

This conference brings together world-leading experts to discuss comparative constitutionalism and research methods in constitutional law.

Seminar on Comparative Constitutionalism

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Papers to be presented range from participant observation and doctrinal methods through to artificial intelligence methods and evolutionary models, and will be published as a Edward Elgar Handbook.

Speakers include Pulitzer Prize winner Jack Rakove and U.S. Supreme Court database principal investigator Lee Epstein.

The conference is hosted by the Forum for Law and Social Science and the Constitutional Law and Rights Research Group in partnership with the University of Hong Kong.

After the Annual Seminar on Comparative Constitutionalism, the conference is divided into five sessions: "Fundamentals of Research", Research Agendas", "Quantitative Methods", "Generating Data", and "Computational Methods".

Published Sep. 20, 2017 4:39 PM - Last modified Jan. 31, 2020 11:12 AM