Empirical Research Caucus

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Purpose:

The Empirical Research Caucus was organized in January 2011 to:

  1. encourage law librarians to expand their knowledge of trends in empirical research, empirical research methods, and multidisciplinary resources related to legal topics and research.
  2. facilitate librarian instructional efforts to increase information literacy in regards to empirical research
  3. encourage law librarians to engage in research and publication regarding empirical evaluation of patron services, patron literacy, and other related topic such as law and society
  4. maintain a listing of publications by librarians on conducting empirical research or reporting empirical research
  5. partner with AALL Special Interest Sections, including ALL-SIS, PLL-SIS, and CS-SIS, to support and publicize programming and professional development opportunities addressing empirical research and the organization and administration of empirical research support programs
  6. provide a forum for sharing knowledge related to empirical research including development and archiving of data, availability of existing data, and requirements for institutional review boards.

Contact:

Alissa Black-Dorward
Fordham University School of Law
140 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023

Phone: (212) 636-7694
Email: blackdorward@law.fordham.edu