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11 April 2006

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Jason Czarnezki

Bill earlier posted links to syllabi here:

http://www.elsblog.org/the_empirical_legal_studi/2006/03/new_syllabus_qu.html

I also want to note that there are two types of methods courses in law schools--one for teaching lawyers to understand science and statistical methods that arise in court, and one for social science research methods, what this Blog usually focuses on. At my law school, we have 19 students enrolled in the former this semester.

Jeff Yates

I'd be interested in seeing any available syllabi for such classes. I'm guessing that the scope of these courses ranges from stats for scholarly pursuits to stats for applied use in litigation, etc.

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