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Comparative and Foreign Law

Judicial process

Washington University Law Review

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The Supreme Court Of Japan: Commentary On The Recent Work Of Scholars In The United States, Tokiyasu Fujita Jan 2011

The Supreme Court Of Japan: Commentary On The Recent Work Of Scholars In The United States, Tokiyasu Fujita

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In this Article, the author discusses the issues involving the Supreme Court of Japan (SCJ). It outlines the scholarly works of American law professors John O. Haley and David S. Law which focuses on the Japanese fiduciary. It stresses the gap between the perceived image and the reality of the Japanese fiduciary.


The Supreme Court And The Push For Transparency In Lower Court Appointments In Japan, Daniel H. Foote Jan 2011

The Supreme Court And The Push For Transparency In Lower Court Appointments In Japan, Daniel H. Foote

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An Article on the responsibility of the Japanese Supreme Court in the selection and appointment of lower court judges is presented. It highlights the articles from law professors which addresses the appointment of judges including Lawrence Repeta and J. Mark Ramseyer. It stresses the need to increase the transparency in the lower court appointment process.


Introduction: Decision Making On The Japanese Supreme Court, David S. Law Jan 2011

Introduction: Decision Making On The Japanese Supreme Court, David S. Law

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The Article discusses various reports published within the issue including one by Shigenori Matsui on the abandonment of the task of the Supreme Court of Japan (SCJ) in performing judicial review, one by Stephen Givens on the court rulings of several cases involving corporate laws and another one by Hiroshi Itoh on the factors affecting the decision making of the SCJ.