LEGAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND THE DREAM OF INTERDISCIPLINARITY IJ Kroeze 1 Introduction In law, as in other disciplines, there is an increased call for the advancement of interdisciplinary research. Vijay K. Gupta, Decision Making In The Supreme Court of India (A Jurimetric Study) – Alternatives in Judicial Research (Delhi : Kaveri Books, 1995). Legal research would, in a similar vein, involve the collection of legal materials for the purpose of discovering new facts that would contribute to the body of knowledge in a legal field or subject. S K Verma & M Afzal Wani (eds), Legal Research and Methodology (Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, 2nd ed., 2001). One’s search strategy for retrieving the desired information has to be formulated on the basis of the “information requirement” at hand. (Rep.) 2019 978-93-84961-28-2 320 Text Books - Research & Methodology (Legal) G. P. Tripathi Legal Research and Research Methodology 1st Ed. 8. Legal Research Books Authored by NLRG Attorneys HUMAN RESOURCES BOOKS. Legal research is defined by legal studies since it is the materials that are used in legal … 11.

Being able to research in an effective manner is an essential skill whether you are a student or in practice. The following human resources books were authored by John F. Buckley, head of National Legal Research Group's Human Resources Division, and attorneys of the National Legal Research Group on various important Human Resources topics.. 2010 State by State Guide to Human Resources Law, 2011 Edition … The most common types of information sought by the legal … It was presumed that all legal scholars understood the methodology of legal research, making its explicit clarification and justification unnecessary. 7. Legal fraternity may require different types of information for different purposes. Legal Research Methodology. This call is informed by a general perception that academic disciplines tend to exist in "silos" and that this is in some way a bad thing. Legal scholarship is one of the oldest academic disciplines, and the study of law has been passed on from generation to generation as an implicit “savoir faire”. The primary aim of conducting clear and methodical legal research is finding the answer to a legal question in the most time effective way and knowing that you have searched in …