The University of California Berkley Law School's Center for the Study of Law & Society provides links, publications, and blogs about empirical legal research.
It also provides access to video recordings of its Empirical Research Methods Workshops.
The UCLA Law Empirical Research Group (ERG) focuses on "the design and execution of quantitative research in law."
The ERG website provides access to:
1) working papers;
2) publications (including in some cases the data-sets supporting the research and publications); and
3) information on obtaining funding via grants to support empirical research.
ABF research project topics vary widely; however, there is specific emphasis on research regarding the legal profession, including the After the JD project, an empirical study of the career outcomes of almost 5,000 new lawyers.
The Washington University Center for Empirical Research in the Law (CERL) provides descriptions of its on-going research projects, including the U.S. Supreme Court Database as well as information about the Conducting Empirical Legal Scholarship Workshop, which it co-sponsors with Northwestern University School of Law.
CERL also provided support for an unusual collection of research known as thediscography, a Legal Encyclopedia of Popular Music.