Make Japanese Law Transparent


  • Symposium
    25 July 2009
    Details(in Japanese) >>> Click here


About this project


A specified field study entitled, "The Transparency and Enrichment of Japanese Laws Concerning International Transactions in the 21st Century----Doing Cross-Border Business with/in Japan,"also known as the "Transparency of Japanese Law Project," was selected for the Specified Field Research Project instituted in 2004 by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). The Transparency of Japanese Law Project aims to provide legal information on international transactions in Japan to the overseas community by organizing and translating into English, information which includes: overviews of Japanese law, specific Japanese legislation,doctrines,and case law (click here for a sample of Japanese Supreme Court Case). The study consists of five sub-fields, which, all-in-all, also covers 11 research groups. These sub-fields are accessible by clicking on the links on this page.

Members of this study wish to express their sincere appreciation to the following institutions for their generous support of this project:
- Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu;
- International Law Association, Japan Branch;


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