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LAW 5016: Japanese Law, Society and Economy

This seminar provides a critical introduction to the institutions and actors that comprise the Japanese legal system. Throughout the seminar, law is examined within the broader context of Japanese social, political, and economic institutions. Topics covered include the legal profession, constitutional law, dispute resolution, criminal law, family law, employment law, and corporate law. Leading scholarly commentaries on law's role in Japanese society are also examined and critiqued. Thematically, the course offers an extended exploration of the "transplantation" of foreign law and the role of law in Japan's social structure and economic development. All readings and instruction are in English. Japanese language ability and knowledge of Japan are not required. Elements used in grading: Class Participation, Short Written Assignments, and Final Paper.
Terms: Spr | Units: 2
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