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ABE Rikiya

ABE Rikiya

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Comparative study of theory of principal and accomplice, especially on the structure of co-perpetration

AMAGAI Yoshihiko

AMAGAI Yoshihiko

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements

EJIMA Akiko

EJIMA Akiko

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
The Symbiotic relationship between the domestic constitution and the international human rights treaty; the Human Rights Act 1998 (UK) and the European Convention on Human Rights; The constitutional status of the European Court of Human Rights; political funding and legal system; the anti-terrorism legislation and human rights; The use of foreign precedents by the Supreme Court of Japan

HIRATA Atsushi

HIRATA Atsushi

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Approach to the shape of family in super-aging society, public and private, and public nature and privatism principle based on Civil Code and social welfare act. Study of comprehensive social construction principle.

IMAMURA Tetsuya

IMAMURA Tetsuya

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Engaged in historical study of legal concept of “police” as basis of study of administrative law and comparative study of police legal theory in consideration of today’s security issues.

KAMATA Isao

KAMATA Isao

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements

KAWACHI Takashi

KAWACHI Takashi

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Study of institutions of stock corporations 'shareholders' meeting and board members, Comparative study of trading laws of Japan, the United States, and Germany

KUDO Yugen

KUDO Yugen

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Main study theme has been nonexempt property preservation system, focusing on subrogation rights of creditors. At present, we are interested in problems of the Civil Code in financial law trading such as mortgage act.

KUMAGAI Kenichi

KUMAGAI Kenichi

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Involved in legislative work as an examiner in the Patent Office and in the Patent Office, General Affairs Department, Industrial Property System Reform Office, and Ministry of International Trade and Industry Policy Bureau Intellectual Property Policy Office. At present, engaged in comprehensive study of intellectual property policy.

MATSUYAMA Miwako

MATSUYAMA Miwako

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Management supervision for large-scale stock corporations, Legal problems concerning institutional investors

MITSUBAYASHI Hiroshi

MITSUBAYASHI Hiroshi

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Securities for aggregate claims, mortgage, corporate surety defeasance period (extinctive prescription and statute of limitation), theory of acts of law, lease transactions

NAKAMURA Hajime

NAKAMURA Hajime

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Study of thought background and historical development of binding effect of contracts and contract liability. Comparative study of contract law and act law.

NAKAYA Hiroki

NAKAYA Hiroki

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
The structure of liability in apparent theory, Multilateral legal relationship in contract law.

NAKAYAMA Koji

NAKAYAMA Koji

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Invalidity of due process of law and remedy, stability of res judicata and its limits, consumer right to access the court

NAKAYAMA Tomomi

NAKAYAMA Tomomi

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Study of basic theory of mortgage system and general theory of legal transaction in comparison with Germany law. Also I am interested in real subrogation, real property right, guarantee, type of contracts, default and mandatory rules, and legal multi-relations.

NOGAWA Shinobu

NOGAWA Shinobu

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
I have conducted comparative studies of labor laws in the EU, especially Germany, and Japan. In addition to focusing on the establishment of international legal systems, I’m also dedicated to systemizing Japanese labor policies by studying the role of worker representative systems and active employment policy and reorganization of marine labor system centered on seafarers. ILO Japanese government representative adviser (2002-), Labor Policy Council public-interest commissioner (2009-), Transportation Policy Council Public-interest commissioner (2007-), former Central Labour Relations Commission for Seafarers public-interest commissioner (2006-2007), member of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare Policy Assessment Advisory Council (2001-), former executive director of Japanisch-Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Arbeitsrecht (2002-2006)

OCHI Yasumi

OCHI Yasumi

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements

OHASHI Mayumi

OHASHI Mayumi

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Solving system for cases and conflicts related to household and family (as well as family conciliations, family trials, and personal status suits, solving systems outside court is also included as a study subject)

OTSUKA Hiroshi

OTSUKA Hiroshi

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements

SAITO Teruo

SAITO Teruo

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Research on arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution (especially financial ADR and the role of the arbitrator), the role of in-house lawyers in financial institutions, defense measures to prevent corporate takeovers, counseling at chambers of commerce, etc.

SEGI Hiroshi

SEGI Hiroshi

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Making legal studies and practice of civil lawsuits scientific and objective. Creating a bridge between the practice and theory of civil lawsuits. Judicial systems and legal ethics. The Civil Provisional Remedies Act. Reporting at the Japan Association of the Law of Civil Procedure and The Japan Society for Socio-Legal Studies on Family Issues.

SEINO Kikuko

SEINO Kikuko

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Focusing on the “constitution and the environment,” study of German precedent theory whose impact on Japanese constitutional law is substantial and whose theory is sophisticated. Study of actual administrative practice in the 12th year of Information Disclosure and Personal Information Protection Review Board (for local regions).

SHIMIZU Makoto

SHIMIZU Makoto

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Functions of criminal defense, functions of attendant lawyers in juvenile trials, medical accidents and application of criminal law

SUZUKI Syuichi

SUZUKI Syuichi

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Engaged, mainly in the United States, in corporate acquisition, joint ventures, project finance, corporate financing deals, and other international business transactions, as well as international litigation including antitrust lawsuits.

TAKAKURA Shigeo

TAKAKURA Shigeo

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
International negotiations on intellectual property, patent system reform, and development of intellectual property personnel

TEZUKA Akira

TEZUKA Akira

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Worked on civil cases such as suits, execution, and protection as a judge, as well as criminal cases and juvenile cases. As a lawyer, serve as an on-duty lawyer and public defender.

TSUBAKI Kumiko

TSUBAKI Kumiko

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Personal and real security, such as corporate surety, accident security, and real guarantee, Cancellation of act of law, mutui datio, sub-agent, statute of limitations, pet laws

TSUJIMURA Miyoko

TSUJIMURA Miyoko

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
The Constitutional Theories on Sovereignty, the right to suffrage, Human Rights; Comparative Constitutional Law, Gender and Law, French Constitutional History; Vice President of The Japan Association of Constitutional Law ( The Japan Section of International Association of Constitutional Law:IACL),
Ex- President of the Association for Studies of Constitutional Law;
The Constitutional Principles during the French Revolution ( 7th Shibusawa-Claudel Prize, published in Japanese, 1989 ); Egalité des Sexes : La Discrimination Positive en Question , Société de la Législation Comparée,2006 (dir. avec D. Lochak) ; Gender Equality and Social Diversity (ed.), Tohoku University Press, 2008; The Constitutional Law and Gender (2nd Showa-Women’s University Jyosei-Bunka prize, published in 2010)

TSUJIWAKI Yoko

TSUJIWAKI Yoko

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Study of the role of juvenile justice and criminal justice to address juvenile crimes and problems of crime victims from the perspective of communication between interested subjects

UCHIYAMA Yoshio

UCHIYAMA Yoshio

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements

UEHARA Toshio

UEHARA Toshio

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Law of civil procedure, debtor-creditor law and insolvbency law. Support for development of legal system in asian countries.

YAMAGISHI Keiko

YAMAGISHI Keiko

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Study on Legal Theory of Objective Administrative Litigation(studying how objective litigation differs from sbjective litigation,and explaining the significance of existence of objective litigation)

YANAGI Kenichiro

YANAGI Kenichiro

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements
Study of environmental law policy, study of European environmental laws, study of environmental laws of developing countries. Serve as an executive board member of the Japan Association for Environmental Law and Policy, executive board member and executive director of the Japan Society for Impact Assessment, executive board member of the Society of Environmental Science, member of the Pollution-related Health Damage Compensation Act Dissatisfaction Review Committee, member of the Tokyo Environmental Assessment Council, chairman of the Koto Ward and the Urayasu City Environmental Council

YASUNISHI Fumio

YASUNISHI Fumio

Title
Professor
Research Themes and Achievements

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