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How Civil Law Is Taught in Asian Universities:Programs for Asian Global Legal Professions Series V

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初版年月日:2019/02/22
ISBN:978-4-7664-2589-5
(4-7664-2589-8)
Cコード:C3332
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How Civil Law Is Taught in Asian Universities:Programs for Asian Global Legal Professions Series V
目次 著者略歴

アジアの国々で民法はどう教えられるか? をテーマとする Programs for Asian Global Legal Professions Series の第3巻。
メコン川流域アジア諸国の大学により、各国の市民法をめぐる具体的な状況を論じながら、共通事例問題を設定し、各国での解釈・解決手法までを提示する意欲的な巻。現地レポート、各国のサンプルテキスト紹介も付す。


PREFACE

In October 2016, Keio University Law School and partner universities from countries in the Mekong region launched a collaborative legal education program, the Program for Asian Global Legal Professions (PAGLEP), to foster legal professionals who can solve cross-border legal issues, which are becoming increasingly complex and confusing.
To make the PAGLEP a more productive and effective program, it is essential to deepen our understanding of the legal education curricula in Japan and countries in the Mekong region. The 2016 research project focused on clarifying the basic information of curricula for legal education at each university and comparing the differences. The results were published in the first volume of the PAGLEP series, “Comparative Legal Education from Asian Perspective.”
Studying law abroad is a useful approach to understand legal issues on a global scale. The 2017 project focused on the international exchange programs at each university and discussed the difficulties students face while studying law abroad at Asian universities, not only in their coursework but also in their daily lives, including language barriers. The results were published in the second volume of the PAGLEP series, “Challenges for Studying Law Abroad in the Asian Region.”
Based on the general comparative study of legal education programs provided at home and abroad, the project in 2018 focused more specifically on the concrete content of legal education curricula. We started from exploring how civil law is taught in each university (Part I). We also sought to reveal the similarities and differences in the application of civil law provisions across countries by arranging the same legal topics, which we call “common topics” (Part III), together with the characteristics of each country’s legal system as the background information (Part II). The third volume of the PAGLEP series will include the remarkable outcomes of the 2018 project.
Sharing the knowledge of unique curricula, teaching method, and characteristic application of relevant provisions of civil law to common topics, with deepening the understanding of legal system in the countries of our partner universities will greatly promote our joint study to improve legal education so as to foster the global legal professionals from Asian universities.
Isao Kitai
Dean, Keio University Law School
31 January 2019

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PREFACE
 Isao Kitai

PART I: HOW CIVIL LAW IS TAUGHT IN ASIAN UNIVERSITIES
 Chapter 1: HOW CIVIL LAW IS TAUGHT IN JAPANESE LEGAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
  Hiroshi Matsuo
   1. Introduction
   2. At University (1): Undergraduate Level
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[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]
 Isao Kitai
  Dean, Professor, Keio University Law School, Japan

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

 Munin Pongsapan
  Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

 Junavit Chalidabhongse
  Lecturer of Law, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

 Viravat Chantachote
  Adjunct Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

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

 Kong Phallack
  Dean and a professor of law at the Faculty of Law and Public Affairs, Paññāsāstra
  University, Cambodia

 Mao Kimpav
  Manager of Law Programs, Faculty of Law and Public Affairs, Paññāsāstra
  University, Cambodia

 Toshitaka Kudo
  Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Keio University, Japan

 Phan Thi Lan Huong
  Deputy Head, International Cooperation; Professor, Department of Hanoi Law University,
  Vietnam

 Nguyen Ba Binh
  Deputy Dean in Charge of Faculty of International Business and Trade Law, Hanoi Law
  University; Arbitrator at Vietnam International Arbitration Centre (VIAC), Vietnam

 Nguyen Ngoc Dien
  Associate Professor–Vice rector, University of Economics and Law, Vietnam
  National University in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

 Alounna Khamhoung
  Lecturer, Faculty of Law and Political Science, National University of Laos

 Doan Thi Phuong Diep
  Lecturer and Head of Office of Inspection and Legal Affairs, University of Economics and
  Law Vietnam National University in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

 Khin Khin Su
  Assistant Lecturer, Department of Law, University of Yangon, Myanmar

 Hitomi Fukasawa
  Researcher, KEIGLAD, Japan

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