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Case Studies in Legal Research Methodologies: Reflections on Theory and Practice

Edited by: Laura Cahillane, Jennifer Schweppe

ISBN13: 9781911611110
Published: August 2019
Publisher: Clarus Press
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Paperback
Price: £35.00



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The methodological approach and methods used in any particular research project are key to its success. In Legal Research Methods: Principles and Practicalities (Clarus Press, 2016), the contributors assessed the relative utility of a variety of methods and methodologies in the context of legal research generally.

Taking a case studies approach, contributors to this text have written about the methods used in a particular piece of research, outlining the justification for the choice of that methodology; describing the methods used; detailing the advantages, disadvantages and challenges to the approach taken; discussing any ethical considerations that arose in the context of the research; reflecting on the approach taken; and concluding with advice to scholars engaging with similar methods or methodologies. Each chapter is structured in the same way in order to allow for ease of comparison between the approaches taken. The real advantage of this book is the insightful advice provided by the authors, who are all experts in their relevant fields, and through the examples given the reader gains the benefit of the lessons learned and experiences of the authors.

Subjects:
Irish Law
Contents:
The Case for a Qualified Veto System of Adverse Possession in Ireland: A Doctrinal Approach with ‘Bells and Whistles’, Una Woods
The Many Lessons to be Learned by Comparing: A Case Study on Marriage Equality, Conor O’Mahony
Researching the Irish Free State Constitution: Combining Law and History, Laura Cahillane
Using an International Law Approach: Theoretical and Practical Considerations, Cliodhna Murphy
The Law and Economics Approach, Raymond Friel
Reclaiming the Body in Legal Analysis: Employing Feminist Methodologies, Tanya Ní Mhuirthile
The Northern/Irish Feminist Judgments Project: Lessons for Feminist Legal Research, Máiréad Enright and Aoife O’Donoghue
Changing Ireland, Changing Law Research Project, Ivana Bacik and Mary Rogan
Researching with a Hard to Access Population: The Trans Community in Ireland, Amanda Haynes and Jennifer Schweppe
Capturing Cultures of Control: Some Reflections on Social Research, Claire Hamilton
Investigating Illicit Drug Markets Using Methodological Triangulation, Johnny Connolly
Crossing the Line: Ethnographic Fieldwork on Crime and Justice, Jonathan Ilan
Researching Domestic Violence, Conor Hanly  Research at the Law Reform Commission, Ciarán Burke and Ray Byrne