The ICJ Statute stipulates that judges shall exercise their powers impartially. But in reality, can this expectation be achieved? In our recent paper an empirical study was conducted to answer this question.
Tag: Empirical Research
Studying how the law works in practice using empirical methods is gaining in popularity. A new subfield within ‘Empirical Legal Studies’, has now emerged: Experimental Jurisprudence. Time for all researchers interested in this field to form a network.
The interaction between law & society is something that is not necessarily studied by legal scholars. Socio-legal research explicitly addresses this interaction by adopting an external approach.