Check the second number of Brazilian Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, published in July, 2014.

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Letter from the Editors

Letter from the editors PDF
José Roberto Xavier, Paulo Eduardo Alves da Silva

Articles

Thinking law: thinking law in motion PDF
Laura Beth Nielsen
Practical aspects of empirical legal studies: a discussion based on an ethnography of a trial by jury in Brazil PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
Fábio Ferraz de Almeida
What is the contribution of the dialogue with social sciences for Brazilian legal research? An analysis from an empirical study in the small claims criminal court in the city of Rio de Janeiro PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
Vera Ribeiro de Almeida
Racism or not? The perception of legal scholars on legal cases with racist content PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
Gislene Aparecida dos Santos, Helton Hissao Noguti, Camila T. M. B. Matos
Political decisions from the judiciary: three case studies and some theoretical and methodological guidelines for their analysis PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
Igor Suzano Machado
The penal control of youth: the example of preventive detention decisions by Superior Appeal Court and Appeal Court of the State of Rio Grande do Sul in drug trafficking cases PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
Eduardo Gutierrez Cornelius
The female prison of Franca-SP from the viewpoint of the intimate visit PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
Ana Carolina de Morais Colombaroli, Ana Gabriela Mendes Braga
Empirical research on the management of public servants: legal mechanisms for the modernization of the public administration of Brazilian federal units PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
Irene Patrícia Nohara
Evaluating the development of empirical legal research in Brazil: the case of Projeto Pensando o Direito (Project Thinking the Law) PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
Ricardo de Lins e Horta, Vera Ribeiro de Almeida, Marcelo Chilvarquer

Translation

The Epistemology of Qualitative Research PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
Howard S. Becker

Interview

Talking about the limits of legal change: an interview with Marc Galanter PDF
Marc Galanter, Maria Cecília Asperti, Daniela Gabbay, Natasha Schmitt Caccia Salinas, Paulo Eduardo Alves da Silva