EVENT CANCELLED:The event has been cancelled due to disruption in the Chief Justice's travel schedule caused by the storm.
at Columbia Law School, presents:
"Japan's Experience with a New Jury (saiban-in) System"
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM (reception to follow)
Drapkin Lounge, 3rd Floor of Jerome Greene Hall, Columbia Law School
(435 West 116th Street, New York, NY 10027. The cross street is Amsterdam Ave.)
Hironobu Takesaki, '71 LL.M.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Japan
Opening remarks by:
David M. Schizer
Dean of Columbia Law School and the Lucy G. Moses Professor of Law; Harvey R. Miller Professor of Law and Economics
Introduction of Chief Justice Takesaki by:
Curtis J. Milhaupt
Fuyo Professor of Japanese Law; Parker Professor of Comparative Corporate Law; Director of the Center for Japanese Legal Studies
This event is free and open to the public.
Advanced registration is required.
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Center for Japanese Legal Studies
Columbia Law School's leadership in the field of Japanese law is embodied in the Center for Japanese Legal Studies. The Center initiates and administers a range of research projects, academic exchanges, and informal programs designed to enhance understanding of the Japanese legal system among the Columbia University community and beyond. The Center for Japanese Legal Studies is the first and only center of its kind in the United States.