Between 26 and 28 of March 2024, one of our PhD Students, Catharina Lopes Scodro, participated of the Annual Conference of the Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA), organised at the University of Portsmouth (UK). She presented her research “Disputes on the discourse of labour migration in au pairs’ European legal documents”, investigating the use of a “labour migration” framing in the legal documents related to au pairing in Europe. To develop this research, she performed a systematic document analysis of a corpus of documents adopted in the context of the European Union and of the Council of Europe. These documents where collected both online and on-site, during a two-day visit to the Archives of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. The conference provided a great opportunity to receive feedback on her research and participate in the discussions involving legal research using interdisciplinary methods and theoretical frameworks.