I just attended the Empirical Scholarship Workshop (which I'll blog more about later). It was exciting to see so many participants who for the first time are engaging empirical legal studies. At the end of the program a number of participants wondered what they could do to continue to educate themselves about empirical methodologies (e.g., texts, classes, etc.). We've posted on this general issue at least four times in the past, so I thought it would be beneficial to link to these posts all at once for any potentially new readers that I met at the workshop. See here (helpful texts), here (stats software), here (doing ELS for the first time), and here (doing ELS without formal training, e.g. a PhD). I encourage readers to also view the comments as they are quite informative.