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2010 CLS Summer Program in Tokyo:"Introduction to Japanese Law in English"

Law School Academy, Chuo University, Tokyo JAPAN
Chuo Law School, Chuo University, Tokyo JAPAN

Deadline for application has been extended. New deadline is July 27, 2010.

Chuo Law School (CLS) will launch a summer program titled "Introduction to Japanese Law in English" this summer. This one-week program will focus on the basic structure of Japan's legal system, its business law, and its international business transactions law. Lectures will be provided in English by professors at CLS and are open to law students from around the world. The program also includes optional study visits to law firms, courts, and museums.
No academic credit is offered for this program; however, those who complete the course will be eligible to receive a certificate of participation.

Note: This program is offered through "Chuo University Law School Academy," a division of Chuo University for Chuo Law School's public outreach.

Note: This is the initial outline of the program. Details are subject to change.

Date

Monday, August 16 - Friday, August 20, 2010

Venue

Chuo University Ichigaya Campus (central Tokyo)
42-8 Ichigaya-Honmura-cho, Shinjuku-ku Tokyo 162-8473 JAPAN
3 min. walk from "Akebonobashi" station
(2 stops from Shinjuku station on Toei-Shinjuku subway line)

Maximum enrollment

50

Program

Monday 16
9:30 - 12:30 Overview of Japanese Legal System
Professor Nobuyuki SATO
Afternoon Optional visit to Edo-Tokyo Museum
Tuesday 17
9:30 - 12:30 Japanese Constitutional Law and Court System
Professor Nobuyuki SATO
Afternoon Optional visit to court
Wednesday 18
9:30 - 12:30 Basic Structure of Business Law in Japan
Professor Hisaei Chuck ITO
Free afternoon  
Thursday 19
9:30 - 12:30 Corporate Governance in Japan
Professor Hisaei Chuck ITO
Guest Professor Carl GOODMAN (Georgetown University)
Afternoon Optional visit to law firm
Friday 20
9:30 - 12:30 International Business Transactions Law in Japan
Professor Noboru KASHIWAGI
17:00 -18:30 Farewell Party

Fees

JPY 30,000 for 5-day course.
Airfare and accommodation costs are not included.
Local transportation and museum admission costs are not included.
Tuition shall be paid on the first day of the program, Aug.16, in cash (JPY).

Transportation and Accommodations

CLS has no housing of its own in central Tokyo.
For information about accommodations and related matters, please consult the attached document.

Application and Deadline

Applications shall be submitted by e-mail or FAX no later than July 20, 2010.
However, the application period will close earlier if the maximum enrollment is reached before then.

Application Form for Indivisuals

Application Form for Group

E-mail: cls-2010sp@tamajs.chuo-u.ac.jp

FAX: +81 3 5368 3520

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