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Transnational Law Methods Lab

Started in 2014, the Methods Lab is a unique seminar under the auspices of the Transnational Law Institute (TLI) at King’s College London. The Lab explores the process of imagining, developing and carrying out a research project. Presenters give an inside view into the laboratory of their own intellectual work, their methodology and resources, of the challenges in carrying out empirical research and paying adequate tribute to interdisciplinary boundaries and crossings. The Methods Lab sessions are open to everyone. 

Past events
Transnational Methods Lab archive 2014-15
 
2015-16 Schedule:

17 May 2016
Use of Personal Narrative in Critical Race Theory and the Silence of Legal Theory on Caste
Sumit Baudh, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law 

15 March 2016
Interrogating Sovereignty over Natural Resources
Dr Sara Dezalay (Goethe-University, Frankfurt) and Professor Amaya Alvez (Universidad de Concepción, Chile)

6 November 2015
Transnational Law Methods Lab

Professor David Campbell (Lancaster)

19 October 2015
Transnational Legal Cultures: A Conversation
Professor Helge Dedek (McGill) & Professor David Nelken (KCL) 

21 September 2015
A Conversation on the Future of Scholarship in International Criminal Law
Professor Kevin Jon Heller & Professor Mark Drumbl

Listen to an interview with Professor Mark Drumbl below.

2014-15 Schedule

The Production of Truth in the Conflicts over Class: The Case of Colombia 
Professor Isabel Jaramillo, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia
25 September 2014

 

 

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