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8 juin 2022

As part of its Franco-Irish academic cooperation, the European School of  Law Toulouse is honoured to welcome Professeur Niall Moran, associate Professor at Dublin City University, for a seminar on Research Design and Empirical Methods in Law.

In recent years, empirical methods have gained renewed interest in legal studies. Empirical methods are a set of methods in the social sciences, both quantitative and qualitative, which provide a framework for the systematic collection of data, their analysis and interpretation in order to provide knowledge about the law. However, legal researchers cannot do without a global reflection on their methods in the treatment of these data. Thus, Niall Moran proposes to share the fruits of his research and to open the discussion on Legal Empirical Studies in a multidisciplinary and comparative perspective.

The video of the conference is available here ►

NIALL MORAN is an Assistant Professor in Economic Law in the School of Law and Government at Dublin City University.
He holds a PhD in International Economic Law from Bocconi University and has previously worked for the Legal Service of the Council of the European Union and the Bilateral Relations with the Americas Unit at DG AGRI, European Commission.
Previously, he was a Lecturer in Law at Middlesex University, London,a Research Associate at Pluricourts, University of Oslo, and a Visiting Researcher at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
He is the author of Engagement between trade and investment law: the role of PTIAs' (Springer 2021). His research interests include EU law, International Trade Law, WTO law, International Investment Law, Company Law, and trade & investment in agriculture.




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