Research & Analysis

Religious Arbitration: Research Antidote to Islamophobia?

Religious arbitration data and researching Islamic law and other religious law: Is religious arbitration a vehicle for privatization of law and diminution of rights or a forum for shared values and diversity of legal systems? This panel would examine online projects and compare tools for searching Islamic law or Talmudic responsa in Jewish law as well as canon law methodology. Does this provide transparency and a model ...more »

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Finding Empirical Teaching Methods in FCIL

This session will introduce how to find the most effective teaching methods and skills based on empirical evidence from international law and foreign law research classes in a different time and place . It will introduce which research methods (between qualitative and quantitative research methods) are more appropriate in order to find out effective teaching methods and skills in the context of international and foreign ...more »

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