Applications are open for the Summer School “Japanese Law in the XXI Century” (SSJL) that will be held in Torino, from 10 to 14 September 2018.
The SSJL is a short, intensive program in Japanese law. For five days, leading experts will give lessons and participate in roundtables on Japanese law from a comparative law perspective.
The goal of the SSJL is advancing scholarship on Japanese law outside Japan.
In particular, it aims at providing students and young scholars in comparative law or in Japanese studies an opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the Japanese legal system.
All lessons will be in English. Knowledge of Japanese is welcome, but not required.
The organizers of the Summer School are Collegio Carlo Alberto of Torino, Keio University and the University of Torino.
The Japan Foundation and SIRD supported the event, which received also the endorsement of the Italian Society for Japanese Studies AISTUGIA.
More info, including a detailed program and the application form are on the website of the Summer School. For other questions, send a message to email@example.com.
Download here a PDF of the poster.
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