[Lecture Course Basic Information]
|Course Periods:||Wed. 3rd and 4th Periods (Every two weeks)|
|Whether mandatory or not:||no (See also "Course Objectives" below)|
|Classroom:||Seminar Room 5, Asian Legal Exchange Plaza|
|Outline of Lecture Course||This course “Special Lecture/Seminar (East Asian “jus commune” I)”, a new graduate course as part of CAMPUS Asia’s framework will treat with the Post-War Japanese statehood and law in context of East Asia. While CAMPUS Asia’s graduate students are strongly encouraged to enroll in the course as an elective compulsory course, the course is also open to a wide range of students in the Program in Law and Political Science course of Graduate School of Law|
How post-war Japan’s statehood was transformed and redefined, including the involvement of “outside parties”, is a critical issue in ascertaining the current status of law and order in East Asia and considering the future outlook of a “jus commune”. This is because the systems of North East Asian countries were established with the collapse of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere promoted by the Empire of Japan.
In this course, students will engage in seminars reading and analyzing normative documents (For the purposes of this class, “normative document” is a flexible term which does not necessarily refer exclusively to legally binding documents) related to post-war Japanese statehood in English.
Kaoru OBATA 2006, "Historical Functions of Monism with Primacy of International Law - A View Based on the Japanese Experience during the Early Period of the Allied Occupation", 49 Japanese Ann. Int'l L. 1 (2006)
Participation and oral presentations: 70%
Term paper: 30%
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