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初版年月日:2018/02/23
ISBN:978-4-7664-2504-8
(4-7664-2504-9)
Cコード:C3332
定価 1,944円(本体 1,800円)

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Comparative Legal Education from Asian Perspective: 詳細を見る
Challenges for Studying Law Abroad in the Asian Region:
Programs for Asian Global Legal Professions Series II
目次 著者略歴

グローバル法曹人材の育成、アジア各国の海外における法曹教育を展望する第U巻

慶應義塾大学ロースクールは、タマサート大学法学部(タイ)、パニャサストラ大学法・行政管理学部(カンボジア)、ベトナム国家大学ホーチミン経済・法律大学(ベトナム)、ハノイ法科大学(ベトナム)、ラオス国立大学法・政治学部(ラオス)、ヤンゴン大学法学部(ミャンマー)のメコン地域6カ国7大学で連携し、新たな法的課題に対応するためにリーダーシップを発揮できるグローバル法務人材の養成を目指したジョイント・プログラム「アジア発グローバル法務人材育成プログラム」(PAGLEP)を実施。

本書はこのPAGLEPプログラムの成果に基づいて刊行される、KEIGLAD (Keio Institute for Global Law and Development)編纂による、シリーズ『Programs for Asian Global Legal Professions Series』の第U巻。

2017年から年刊で第X巻まで刊行を予定。全英文。
      
(From “Preface”: Naoya Katayama, Former Dean, Keio University Law School)
In 2004, a new law school system was established to train legal professionals in Japan. Over the past thirteen years, Keio University Law School has been striving to develop the wide-range of human resources required in the legalized society of the 21st century.
In this century, Asian and Pacific countries are in the process of forming a large economic bloc, and, because of this, various disputes are arising from the global interaction between people and companies. To address some of these tensions, the best way to proceed is to establish a new legal community for legal education and the training of legal professionals, and to discuss the development of global law within that community.
However, most international education in Japan has depended on outbound programs, such as exchange programs in American law schools. For this reason, Keio University Law School has launched a new LL.M. course in Global Legal Practice, in addition to its J.D. program for prospective Japanese legal professionals. The new LL.M. program permits students to obtain a Master of Laws degree in one year, taking instruction in English. It is the first program of its kind at a Japanese law school.
At the same time, in collaboration with six law schools from East Asian countries, we have moved towards establishing a new global legal community and have started joint legal education program called the Program for Asian Global Legal Professions (PAGLEP). PAGLEP aims to foster global legal professionals who take strong leadership roles in finding solutions to legal issues occurring in globalizing societies. This program is unique in that the seven law schools share the issues confronting each partner school as a result of their historical, geographical, and cultural backgrounds.
It is our great pleasure to celebrate the publication of our second successful meeting in September 2017 on comparative legal education, titled “Challenges for Studying Law Abroad,” where we discussed various obstacles to students studying law in foreign countries and identified several measures to overcome those obstacles, sharing good practices and experiences in partner law schools.
Finally, I would like to end this preface by saying that it is our hope the success of this collaboration will mark the beginning of the formation of a new Asian legal community.


(From “Preface”: Isao Kitai, Dean, Keio University Law School))
Mutual cooperation between Mekong region countries and Japan is expanding and deepening, both in economic cooperation and human resource development. Furthermore, deepening mutual cooperation in legal education will promote establishment of joint programs in various fields of law.
At the same time, however, we are still challenged by the majority’s inability to access sufficient legal services due to the legal field’s lack of human resources. The dearth of qualified legal professionals reduces people’s opportunity to access justice systems because these professionals are essential actors in promotion of access to justice. Without sufficient access to justice, people are unable to exercise their rights, challenge unjustified situations, and claim the State’s accountability. Sometimes a nation loses investment opportunities because investors recognize insufficient legal services as a crucial risk, weakening not only the economic, but also the social power of the nation and creating further economic inequality between countries.
Then how can access to justice be improved? I believe that the promotion of legal education is one promising answer, and it will be further improved by strengthening the international exchange of students and teachers.
This book introduces various international exchange programs in legal education of representative universities in Mekong region countries and Japan, identifies obstacles that exist in our current programs, and explores viable measures to overcome those problems. Indeed, this is our challenge in improving access to justice through facilitating to study law abroad in the Asian region. As an outcome from the Programs for Asian Global Legal Professions (PAGLEP), it will be shared on a global scale and exemplify human resource development in legal education.

目次

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 Study ……

著者略歴 著者略歴は書籍刊行時のものを表示しています。

[edited by]
 KEIGLAD: Keio Institute for Global Law and Development
 (慶應義塾大学大学院法務研究科グローバル法研究所)

[Authors]
Naoya Katayama
 Former Dean, Professor, Keio University Law School, Japan

Isao Kitai
 Dean, Professor, Keio University Law School, Japan

Hiroshi Matsuo
 Director, KEIGLAD; Professor, Keio University Law School, Japan

Vu Thi Lan Anh
 Vice Rector, Associate Professor, Hanoi Law University, Vietnam

Nguyen Van Quang
 Associate Professor, Hanoi Law University, Vietnam

Nguyen Ngoc Dien
 Vice-Rector, Professor, the Vietnam National University of Economics and Law in Ho Chi
 Minh City, Vietnam

Le Van Hinh
 Deputy Head of UEL’s International Relations Office, the Vietnam National University of Economics and Law in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Kong Phallack
 Dean, Professor, Faculty of Law and Public Affairs, Paññāsāstra University of
 Cambodia

Phin Sovath
 Assistant Dean, Professor, Faculty of Law and Public Affairs, Paññāsāstra University of
 Cambodia

Viengvilay Thiengchanhxay
 Dean, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law and Political Science, National University of
 Laos

Sonenaly Nanthavong
 Head of International Cooperation Unit, Faculty of Law and Political Science, National
 University of Laos

Junavit Chalidabhongse
 Assistant Dean, Deputy Director of International Programs, Faculty of Law, Thammasat
 University, Thailand

Viravat Chantachote
 Assistant Professor, Chairman of the Curriculum Development and Quality Assurance in
 Education, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

Khin Chit Chit
 Professor, Department of Law, University of Yangon, Myanmar

Khin Phone Myint Kyu
 Professor, Department of Law, University of Yangon, Myanmar

David G. Litt
 Professor, Keio University Law School, Japan

Susumu Masuda
 Professor, Keio University Law School, Japan

Hitomi Fukasawa
 Researcher, KEIGLAD, Japan

Mao Kimpav
 Manager of Administration and Law Programs, Faculty of Law and Public Affairs, Paññāsā
 stra University of Cambodia

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