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Challenges for Studying Law Abroad in the Asian Region:
B5判変型/上製/256頁
初版年月日:2018/02/23
ISBN:
978-4-7664-2504-8
 
(4-7664-2504-9)
Cコード:C3332
税込価格:1,980円
Challenges for Studying Law Abroad in the Asian Region:
Programs for Asian Global Legal Professions Series II

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PREFACE
 Naoya Katayamai
 Isao Kitai

INTRODUCTION
 WHY IS IT WORTH CHALLENGING FOR STUDYING LAW ABROAD IN THE ASIAN REGION?
  Hiroshi Matsuo
   1. Advantages of Studying Law Abroad in the Asian Region
   2. Challenges for Studying Law Abroad in Asian Universities
   3. Obstacles to Studying Law Abroad in the Asian Region
   4. Possible Measures to Eliminate Obstacles
   5. Constructing a Common Market among Law Schools toward the Globalization of Legal
   Education

COUNTRY REPORTS
 Chapter 1: THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS:
 Some Issues from the Hanoi Law University Perspective
  Nguyen Van Quang
   1. The Context: Internationalisation and International Collaboration at Hanoi Law
   University
   2. Student Exchange Programs at Hanoi Law University: the Fact
   3. How to Promote Student Exchange Programs at Hanoi Law University in the Context
   of ASEAN Integration: Some Suggestions
   4. Conclusion

 Chapter 2: EXCHANGE PROGRAMS AS METHOD OF COMPARATIVE LEGAL STUDY:
 UEL’s Experience
  Nguyen Ngoc Dien
   1. Interest of Comparative Law Study
   2. Challenges and Solution
   3. Illustration: UEL—Paris 2 Exchange Programme
   4. Experience

 Chapter 3: INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM(S) FOR LEGAL EDUCATION AT THE FACULTY OF LAW AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS OF PAÑÑĀSĀSTRA UNIVERSITY OF CAMBODIA
  Kong Phallack and Phin Sovath
   1. Introduction to Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia and the Faculty of Law and
   Public Affairs
   2. Why an International Exchange Program?
   3. Outputs and Outcomes
   4. Good Practice
   5. Challenges of International Exchange Programs
   6. Conclusions

 Chapter 4: THE CHALLENGES TO STUDY LAW ABROAD:
 The International Cooperation and Exchange Program for Legal Education at The Faculty
 of Law and Political science,National University of Laos
  Viengvilay Thiengchanhxay and Sonenaly Nanthavong
   1. Introduction
   2. International Cooperation and Exchange Program at FLP, NUOL
   3. Outputs, Outcomes and Challenges
   4. Conclusion

 Chapter 5: INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS AND COLLABORATIONS FOR
 LEGAL EDUCATION AT THAMMASAT UNIVERSITY
  Junavit Chalidabhongse and Viravat Chantachote
   1. Introduction
   2. Overview of Law Programs Taught in Thai Language at Thammasat University Faculty
   of Law
   3. Barriers Causing Problems to Students in Thai-taught LL.B. Program to Participate in
   an Exchange or Collaborative Program
   4. New Development to Increase the Incentives for Students in Thai-taught LL.B.
   Program on Participating in an Exchange or Collaborative Program
   5. Overview of Law Programs Taught in English Language at Thammasat University
   Faculty of Law
   6. The Exchange Programs and Collaborations in English-taught Programs at Thammasat
   University Faculty of Law
   7. Conclusion

 Chapter 6: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS FOR LEGAL
 EDUCATION AT UNIVERSITY OF YANGON
  Khin Chit Chit
   1. Introduction
   2. History of University of Yangon
   3. Vision for the University of Yangon
   4. Legal Education in University of Yangon
   5. Requirement for Improvement of Legal Education
   6. International Collaboration and Development Partners
   7. Current Students at Law Department (2016-2017) Academic Year
   8. International Student Exchange Programs
   9. Benefits of International Student Exchange Programs
   10. Challenges to International Student Exchange Programs
   11. Conclusion

 Chapter 7: COMPARATIVE LEGAL EDUCATION:
 Challenges for Studying Law Abroad
  Khin Phone Myint Kyu
   1. Introduction
   2. Facts about the University of Yangon
   3. Human Resource Development Program (HRD) in University of Yangon
   4. Regular Programs of Study at the University of Yangon
   5. International Collaboration for Capacity Building
   6. International Exchange Program for Legal Education
   7. Problems and Obstacles for Further Development of International Exchange Programs
   8. Conclusion

 Chapter 8: GLOBALIZING JAPANESE LEGAL EDUCATION AT KEIO UNIVERSITY LAW
 SCHOOL (“KLS”):
 Exchange and Double Degree Arrangements as One Arrow in the Quiver
  David G. Litt
   1. Introduction
   2. The 2004 Legal Education Reform and the Japanese Law School System
   3. Keio University Law School (“KLS”) Programs
   4. Out-bound Exchanges from Keio
   5. Next Steps for KLS Globalization
   6. Conclusion

COMMENTS
 JAPANESE LAW TAUGHT IN ENGLISH
  Susumu Masuda
   1. My Presentation Topic
   2. “Cross-Border Litigation” Course
   3. My Teaching Methods
   4. Difficulty (1) – Different Backgrounds
   5. Difficulty (2) – English Materials for Japanese Laws
   6. Difficulty (3) – Language
   7. Conclusion

 LOGISTICS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
  Hitomi Fukasawa
   1. Introduction
   2. Start Living in Japan
   3. Other Obstacles Abroad—The Language Barrier
   4. Conclusion

PANEL DISCUSSION
 How Can We Promote International Exchange Programs for the Study of Law among
 Universities in the Asian Region?

ON-SITE REPORTS
 SPECIAL SUMMER PROGRAM ON COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
 LAW SHORT REPORT
  Mao Kimpav

 FROM LAW CLASSROOMS IN ASIAN UNIVERSITIES:
 Short Report on the Collaboration Program in Thailand
  Hiroshi Matsuo and Hitomi Fukasawa

MATERIAL
 COURSE CATALOGS
 • Hanoi Law University, Vietnam
 • University of Economics and Law, Vietnam National University, Hochiminh City
 • Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia
 • National University of Laos
 • Thammasat University, Thailand
 • University of Yangon, Myanmar
 • Keio University Law School, Japan


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