Socio-Legal Sources and Methods in Social Welfare and Family Law
Does your research or practice touch on issues of family and social justice, social welfare law or sources and methods in socio-legal research more generally?
If so then this month’s national socio-legal research workshop at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) in London on Friday 18 May 2018 presents an opportunity for you to learn from and network with others researching or supporting research in these fields.
This year’s workshop, includes presentations on methodological issues from socio-legal researchers working in the fields of family and social welfare law, and presentations on collections at the British Library and the London School of Economics (LSE) that can support research in these areas.
Focusing on methodological challenges research case studies will look at researching safety, responsibility, accountability and resistance in relation to Grenfell Tower, Lakanal House and high-rise housing, experiences and support needs of new adoptive families, welfare cases at the Court of Protection, and involving people with intellectual disabilities in empirical research.
Library sessions focus on the British Library’s collections especially the Social Welfare Portal, and on sources of social welfare law in the LSE Library.
For more information and booking please see https://www.sas.ac.uk/events/event/15339
Socio-legal research workshops at IALS are organised collaboratively by the Socio-Legal Studies Association, IALS and the British Library.
Details of previous workshops including selected presentations, papers and articles, can be found on the IALS website.