The Research Office of the University of Ottawa’s Civil Law Section is pleased to present the third Autumn school on the methodology of research in law. This year’s theme to be explored in depth is "The function of the theoretical framework in law research". The workshop will take place on November 4th, 5th and 6th and will be conducted by a group of colleagues passionate about this theme.
This workshop will also take into account the various research experiences of participants and look at the concrete problems they encounter in their research. Faculty members, graduate students and research assistants are invited to participate.
Click here to view the detailed program (in French).
This school is hosted in partnership with the Common Law Section, the Canada Research Chair in Information Law (Chairholder: Teresa Scassa), the Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health and Safety Law (Chairholder: Katherine Lippel), the Canada Research Chair on Legal Diversity and Aboriginal Peoples (Chairholder: Ghislain Otis) and the Canada Research Chair in Legal Traditions and Penal Rationality (Chairholder: Alvaro Pires).
We warmly thank John Packer and the Human Rights Research and Education Center team for accommodating our Autumn School again this year!
Dates: November 4th, 5th and 6th (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
Lunch will be served on site.
Room: FTX 570
Language: Presentations will be made in French, with debate and discussion in both French and English.
Registration: Open until October 20th, 2019. To register, please send an email Natalie Carter (email@example.com), Administrative Assistant, Research. For planning purposes, please specify in your e-mail if you intend to partake of the lunches served on site.