Facts and Norms in Law: Interdisciplinary Reflections on Legal Method presents an innovative collection of essays on the relationship between descriptive and normative elements in legal inquiry and legal practice. What role does empirical data play in law? New insights in philosophy, the social sciences and the humanities have forced the relationship between facts and norms on to the agenda, especially for legal scholars doing interdisciplinary work. This timely volume carefully combines critical perspectives from a range of different disciplinary traditions and theoretical positions.

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Taekema, H.S, van Klink, B. (Bart), & de Been, W.H.J. (2016). Facts and norms in law: Interdisciplinary reflections on legal method. Facts and Norms in Law: Interdisciplinary Reflections on Legal Method, 1–294. doi:10.4337/9781785361098