I am interested in learning how law professors integrate empirical legal studies broadly defined (e.g., case studies, hypotheticals, published articles) into their doctrinal law courses. For example, in criminal law courses are students ever assigned articles on sentencing disparity? In health or environmental law courses, are students assigned case studies focusing on the measurement of risk regulation or liability allocation?
I am collecting information and resources on how empirical legal studies can be integrated into the classroom. Please comment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with information/documents/articles/exercises/etc. that provide students with applications of empirical information (data, studies, etc.) to a substantive area of the law.