USC Conducting Empirical Legal Scholarship Workshop
The 12th Annual Conducting Empirical Legal Scholarship Workshop at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law
May 22 – 24, 2013
The Conducting Empirical Legal Scholarship Workshop is designed for law professors and other members of the legal community, social science faculty, and graduate students interested in learning about empirical research. Leading empirical scholars Lee Epstein and Andrew Martin teach the workshop and provide the formal training necessary to design, conduct, and assess empirical studies and use statistical software (Stata) to analyze and manage data.
Participants need no background or knowledge of statistics to enroll in the workshop.
For more information, visit: http://law.usc.edu/EmpiricalWorkshop
Instructor Lee Epstein,
Provost Professor and Rader Family Trustee Chair in Law and Political Science at University of Southern California, is a leading empirical legal scholar and a Fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science and American Academy of Arts and Sciences. She has co-organized and co-led this annual empirical scholarship workshop for the past eleven years.
Instructor Andrew Martin,
Professor of Law and Political Science, and Director of the Center for Empirical Research in the Law at Washington University, specializes in political methodology and has written widely on American political institutions, including the Supreme Court and the Courts of Appeals. He has co-organized and co-taught the empirical scholarship workshop with Professor Epstein for the last eleven years.
Book your Hotel:
Special hotel rate for Empirical workshop participants is available at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza, located 5 miles from USC campus and is conveniently near Staple Center, restaurants, Civic Center and just walking distance to Disney Concert Hall and the Modern Arts Museum. If you call the hotel for reservation, please be sure to let them know you are attending the Empirical Workshop at USC to get the participant rate.