Japanese Legal System
Meryll Dean's superb new edition of Japanese Legal System provides a wide-ranging and unique insight into the legal system of a country which is at the forefront of global development,yet rarely examined by legal scholars. It is a major contribution to the study of comparative law and through its multidisciplinary approach breaks new ground in providing a comprehensive text on the subject. It draws on the authors first hand knowledge of Japan, but is written for non-Japanese speakers. Through its approachable yet scholarly style, the reader is introduced to the essentials of the legal system, and guided through historical and cultural context; from which they will be able to develop an informed critique. The book covers the history, structure and tradition of the Japanese legal system, as well as providing an insight into areas of substantive law. It contains extracts from diverse contemporary sources which, together with the authors commentary, guide the reader through the complexities of a different culture.The use of multidisciplinary sources, which are contextualised by the author, make what would otherwise be inaccessible material available for comparative analysis. This book may be used as a textbook for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It will be useful for those engaged in the study of history, politics, international relations and law, as well as being of value to academics, practitioners and those in business.
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"Alternative Dispute Resolution in Japan"
reprinted in Dean M, Japanese Legal System: Text and Materials, Cavendish,. London, 1997 at 484. Muto S, 'Concerning Trial Leadership in Civil Litigation: ...
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Excerpted, The Japanese Legal System: Text and Materials 275,. 296, 374 (M. Dean, ed.: Cavendish, 1997). Page 4. J. Mark Ramseyer: Page 4 ...
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Kusano Y, 'A Discussion of Compromise Techniques' (1991) Law in Japan 140-57, reprinted in Dean M, Japanese Legal System: Text and Materials, London, ...