As a follow-up to Jason’s post about teaching
empiricism, it could be a helpful service of the ELS Blog to compile a list of
the research methodology courses taught within law schools. Naturally, traditional legal research courses do not count for these purposes. (We don’t need a list of 180 first-year legal research courses, even if they really are empirical.)
Anyone who would like to help along the process of compiling this list can post a comment or e-mail me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org), preferably with a link to a course description or even a syllabus. Since course catalogs do not always reflect what is actually being taught, these responses would be of great help in figuring out what is really going on within the law schools. I’ll post the list sometime soon and update it as needed.