With the recent growth in empirical legal scholarship, one of the goals of Fordham Law Library is developing a program to support empirical legal research by the faculty and students. As part of this program, we have created this guide to provide students and faculty with information in the following areas:
We hope that you find this guide useful. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact our Empirical Research Specialist, Alissa Black-Dorward.
It is an exciting time for empirical research at Fordham Law School, as the number of faculty working in this area continues to grow. As part of the Law Library's commitment to supporting the research mission of the Law School, we have a reference librarian, Alissa Black-Dorward, dedicated to assisting students and faculty with empirical research issues. The Law Library can assist faculty and students in the following ways:
Please contact Alissa Black-Dorward for any inquiries related to empirical research.