Edinburgh Law School offers a range of resources, comparative materials and datasets to enable high quality research.
Edinburgh Law School has an active research culture and produces a wide range of academic publications.
Edinburgh Law School Research outputs
SSRN - School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series
Edinburgh Law School has a strong international reputation for empirical and quantitative research. Edinburgh Law School datasets include:
Edinburgh Law Review
The Edinburgh Law Review is an international forum for the discussion of law and covers contemporary substantive law, legal theory and history, with a particular focus on Scots law and the Scottish legal system.
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SCRIPTed is a high-quality, open access, interdisciplinary, and multi-lingual journal of peer-reviewed articles, analysis pieces, case and legislation critiques, as well as commentaries, reports, and book reviews pertaining to law, society, and technologies in the broadest sense.
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The Law Library at the University of Edinburgh is situated in the newly refurbished Edinburgh Law School in Old College and holds the bulk of the University’s law collections, specialising in Scots, UK, international and Commonwealth law. It is also a designated European Documentation Centre.
Edinburgh Law School is committed to enabling research of the highest quality - from conception, to conduct, to completion and impact. It expects its staff and students to design the most ethical and effective research, and to pursue that research in the most ethical and sensitive manner.
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