|Faculty of appointment||GSL|
LL.D., Nagoya University, 2002
LL.M., Nagoya University, 1998
B.A., Mie University, 1996
|Research interests||Administrative regulation as Figuration, Administration and partnership, Law of information|
Lecturer in Law, Aichi-Gakuin University Faculty of Law, 2002 - 2005.
Associate Professor of Law, Nagoya University Graduate School of Law, 2005 - present.
|Preparation suggestions for prospective applicants||
(1) Unfortunately, at the present time little information about Japanese law (particularly court judgements and academic papers) has been translated into English. To students who wish to study Japanese law, I would recommend studying Japanese to the level of reading newspaper reports with the aid of a dictionary.
(2) Applicants should have an understanding of fundamental legal concepts, such as human rights, indirect democracy, direct democracy, the rule of law, judicial proceedings, and the guarantee of due process of law.