Ethnographic approaches are not as widely practiced among constitutional scholars as they probably should be. Some may harbor perfectly reasonable doubts about the relevance and accessibility of such approaches. There are a number of basic questions that constitutional scholars might fairly ask themselves: “Why should I try this? Am I capable of doing this? How can I go about doing this?” This essay tries to offer some beginner-friendly answers to these questions.

David S. Law, Constitutional Ethnography for Beginners, International Journal of Constitutional Law Blog (2023).