Quantitative Methods in Socio-Legal Research: A Methodology Workbook for Legal Scholars. SSRN Subject Series – Law Educator: Courses, Materials, and Teaching eJournal

What do we mean by the quantitative-qualitative research process in contemporary socio-legal research? When we conduct research using experimental designs, engage with survey data, or build secondary data sets, there are often questions left unanswered by quantitative data only. New research questions need to be derived, often requiring both new quantifiable tests of hypotheses, or…

How Jurors Understand Random-Match-Probabilities and Judges’ Directions when Reasoning about DNA. Forthcoming report in the Journal of Forensic Science & Criminal Investigation, Vol.3(5): April 2017.

DNA evidence is one of the most significant modern advances in the search for truth since the cross examination, but its format as a random-match-probability makes it difficult for people to assign an appropriate probative value (Koehler, 2001). We are about to publish a report in the Journal of Forensic Science & Criminal Investigation that examines what specific…

Applying Contemporary Marketing Theory and Digital Technology to a Legal Practice. Forthcoming in Legal Perspectives in Information Systems eJournal, April 2017.

Applying Contemporary Marketing Theory and Digital Technology to a Legal Practice: An Internship Report. Cowley, M. (2017). Applying Contemporary Marketing Theory and Digital Technology to a Legal Practice: An Internship Report. Forthcoming as a case-study in the Legal Perspectives in Information Systems eJournal  – SSRN eLibrary Subject Classification Series ‘Law Education & Profession’. This report outlines the core…