7 edition of Quantitative methods for lawyers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Steven M. Crafton and Margaret F. Brinig.|
|Contributions||Brinig, Margaret F.|
|LC Classifications||KF320.S73 C72 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 1173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1173|
|LC Control Number||94072118|
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You will learn basic concepts and will receive an introduction to R (the open source programming language which is lingua franca of statistical computing). Quantitative Methods for Business has been thoroughly revised and updated for this 5th edition, and continues to provide a simple and practical introduction to an area that students can find difficult.
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quantitative research studies. The general purpose of quantitative research is to investigate a particular topic or activity through the measurement of variables in quantifiable terms.
Quantitative approaches to conducting educational research differ in numerous ways from the qualitative methods we discussed in. Quantitative Methods for Lawyers - Class #1 - Why Quantitative Methods + Research Design Part I - Professor Daniel Martin Katz. eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book that can be read by using a personal computer or by using an eBook reader.
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This chapter aims to introduce the rationales and benefits of using quantitative approaches in socio-legal. This law school casebook was developed by a team of professors at Harvard Law School to introduce students with little or no quantitative background to the basic analytical techniques that attorneys need to master to represent their clients effectively.
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Michael Finkelstein's new book, Quantitative Methods in Law,5 barely raises the questions outlined above.' Rather it collects a series of essays written and published individually over the past ten-to-twelve years,7 each dealing with some application of statistics or quantitative inference to a particular legal problem.8 As a rule,Cited by: Survey research A quantitative method for which a researcher poses the same set of questions, typically in a written format, to a sample of individuals.
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Created Date: 2/13/ PMFile Size: KB. Quantitative Techniques for Business 10 1. Quantitative techniques involves mathematical models, equations and other mathematical expressions 2. Quantitative techniques are based on number of assumptions.
Therefore, due care must be ensured while using quantitative techniques, otherwise it will lead to wrong conclusions. Size: 1MB. This article deals with the qualitative approach to empirical studies. This approach is presumed to be closer to the social sciences.
Data collection in the qualitative approach follows a combination of these three methods—direct observations, in-depth interviews, and document analysis. It typically starts with the identification of methodology, data collection, analysis, ethical concerns Cited by: He has for many years been a member of the adjunct faculty of Columbia University Law School, teaching statistics for lawyers, and has also taught that subject at Harvard University, Yale University, and the University of Pennsylvania law schools.
He is the author of. An applied reference guide to research designs: Quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Level Explanation METHOD 1 The method is the theoretical, philosophical, and data analytic perspective.
The method can be quantitative, qualitative, or mixed (e.g., a. Quantitative Techniques For Business. This book covers the following topics: Quantitative Techniques, Correlation Analysis, Regression Analysis, Theory Of Probability, Probability Distribution, Binomial Distribution, Poisson Distribution, Normal Distribution, Testing Of Hypothesis, Non-parametric Tests, Analysis Of Variance.
Several recent developments over the last decade have led to the increasing importance of quantitative methods in legal practice and research. These developments include the accessibility of big data in the private and public sectors; the development of algorithms in criminal justice, electoral, and corporate settings to predict recidivism, fraud, and stock price movements.
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] Qualitative Methods for Law Review Writing in the last fifteen years use the word “example,” only 7 percent reference qualitative and quantitative techniques used in the so-cial sciences.6 Indeed, as Table 1 shows, quantitative methodologies are more commonly referenced in law reviews than are qualitative Size: KB.
Why teach lawyers quantitative analysis. With all the talk about big data, forensic evidence in the courtroom, artificial intelligence, code, and robot lawyers, the value of quantitative training is becoming obvious.
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Quantitative Methods and Ethics. In The Oxford Handbook of Quantitative Methods in Psychology Vol. 1, ed. Tod D. Little. The purpose of this chapter is to provide a context for thinking about the role of ethics in quantitative begin by reviewing the sweep of events that led to the creation and expansion of legal and.
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They then lament that the discipline of history has moved away from quantitative methods and modelling at the same time that many of the other social sciences have embraced statistical techniques, writing that “too many historians think like lawyers and pile on evidence to make their case while ignoring both the biases of their sources and.
Get this from a library. Empirical legal research: a guidance book for lawyers, legislators and regulators. [Frans L Leeuw; J J G Schmeets] -- Publisher's description: Empirical Legal Research describes how to investigate the roles of legislation, regulation, legal policies and other legal arrangements at play in society.
It is invaluable. The books written by Michael Finkelstein are written specifically for law students and use examples that deal with legal concepts. Furthermore, Statistics for Lawyers covers a substantial range of statistical methods and can serve as an excellent reference text for a student interested in quantitative methods.
Quantitative Methods for Business has been thoroughly revised and updated for this 5th edition, and continues to provide a simple and practical introduction to an area that students can find difficult.
The book takes a non-threatening approach to the subject, avoiding excessive mathematics and abstract theory. /5(5).Research Guide—Qualitative Methods for Law and Society Research 3 Travers, M.
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