Methods Mentorship and Ethics Review Support
CLS acts as a resource for empirical socio-legal methods advising to postgraduate students and faculty. Much of this work addresses questions of research design, data collection instruments, and on data collection, analysis and write-up. The Centre provides support in the preparation and review of applications for ethics clearance for submitting to the Faculty’s Research Ethics Committee.
Methods mentorship appointments are available by appointment on Friday mornings between 8.30 am and 12.30 pm. To schedule an appointment, please contact Lamize Viljoen.
Drop-in methods advising is offered once a month as part of the Centre’s Methods Café. More information on Methods Café can be found here.