Symposium: Globalization of Japanese Lawyers: Achievements, Challenges, and Expectations for American Law Schools

October 13, 2016 at 8:31 pm Leave a comment

The UC Hastings East Asian Legal Studies Program presents the fifth annual symposium on Japanese law,  Globalization of Japanese Lawyers: Achievements, Challenges, and Expectations for American Law Schools, on November 18, 2016, from 1-6 pm. The symposium is presented in cooperation with the Japan Society of Northern California and the Daini Tokyo Bar Association.

Symposium participants from Japan and the United States will discuss the globalization of the Japanese legal profession in the two spheres of business lawyering and public interest lawyering and the evolving role of Japan’s bar associations. 

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Topics: Conferences & Symposia; Legal Education. 


Entry filed under: Conferences and Symposia, Legal Education.

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