Based at the School of Law at the University of Stirling, the Centre for Transnational Legal Methods was established in October 2015 in response to on-going changes and development in legal research methods and practices. The aim of the Centre is to provide a clear narrative of the legal research methods in transnational law research. The various legal research methods will enable us to provide a close analysis and evaluation of transnational law.
One of the key concerns of the Centre is to foster informed and open debate and to contribute to the wider policy and legal research agenda on legal research methods and practice. We will have regular meetings and several events each year, and also offer a learning environment for students undertaking Masters and PhDs to develop their methodology for their dissertations and theses.