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Methodology for Social and Legal Sciences: A Pratical Approach

Focus: Law and Innovation

“The objective of this course is to help graduate students deal with empirical research, utilizing innovative qualitative methods in the practice of a specific research (professors will present their effective research work) as well as help them work with social innovation as a topic for their research. The course has a practical goal: students will present their research project in the last part of the course, so that the professors can give suggestions and tips for them regarding the methodological approach.


August, 1st – Presentation (Explaining the course) Marcos and Lars (from 2 PM to 5 PM)
The idea is to give three to four articles for the students to read during the course, as related below.

August, 3rd – Social Innovation, participatory governance and social enterprise ecosystems – Lars Hulgård (from 2 PM to 4PM)
Debate (Marcos and Lars) (4PM to 5PM)

August, 07th – Empirical legal research: how innovative can it be? – Marcos Chein (from 2PM to 4PM)
Debate (Marcos and Lars) (4PM to 5PM)

August, 8th – Presenting your research project (Debate) (from 2 PM to 5 PM)

August, 9th – Presenting your research project (Debate) (from 2 PM to PM)


Professor: Dr. Marcos Vinício Chein Feres, Dr. Lars (Hulgård Roskilde Universitet – Denmark)

Language: English

Place: Law School

Courseload: 15 hours

Date&Time: August 1, 3, 7-9, from 2pm to 5pm

Target audience: undergraduate students and graduate students

Spots available: 20

Sustainable Development Goals (SDG): 


SDG 16