1. BAMBANG HERRY PURNOMO - 17 August 1945 University, Semarang, Indonesia.
2. JONAEDI EFENDI - Bhayangkara University, Surabaya, Indonesia.
3. PRASETIJO RIJADI - Bhayangkara University, Surabaya, Indonesia.
4. ARCHI RAFFERTI KRISWANDANUâ€‹ - 17 August 1945 University, Semarang, Indonesia.
In the world of studies, the importance value of a scientific reality is highly respected, and it becomes the main foundation for the progress of science. Scientific research is intended to obtain correct knowledge regarding the object under study based on a certain series of aspects recognized by peer scientist of expertise (intersubjective), thus the finding of scientific research result can be recognized as scientific (wetenschappelijkheid). A good legal research uses legal methods and language that could be understood by the empirical approach of the same believes on every legal subject. This study is done by evaluating some sources related to empirical and social legal approach. Empirical legal research within the sociological juridical research model has an object of study on people's behavior. Therefore, an empirical approach can help the process of normative research, however, within the consequence of using different method by a clear and firm separation. Therefore, in national curriculum for legal studies education, quantitative analysis techniques such as statistics are also taught as a combination of the legal and statistical research methods courses.
Empirical approach, Socio-legal, Legal research.