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How Public Law Is Taught in Asian Universities

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初版年月日:2020/02/21
ISBN:978-4-7664-2660-1
(4-7664-2660-6)
Cコード:C3332
定価 1,980円(本体 1,800円)

How Public Law Is Taught in Asian Universities
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III巻で取り扱われた、アジアの国々でCivil Lawはどう教えられるか?と対をなし、Public Lawはどう教えられるか?に焦点を当てた第IV巻。メコン川流域アジア諸国の大学により、憲法をテーマとした各国の具体的な状況を論じる、Programs for Asian Global Legal Professions Series の第4巻。

PREFACE―
 This publication reports on the outcome of activities under the Program for Asian Global Legal Professions (PAGLEP). It is a collaborative legal education program which has been promoted by partner universities in Japan and the Mekong region countries since 2016. We have attempted to improve the method of legal education by holding joint seminars and symposiums, exchanging students, teachers, and administrative staffs, and publishing the outcomes of those activities.
 During the last term, we jointly studied how civil law, as general private law, is taught in Asian universities. The outcome was published as volume III of the PAGLEP series: How Civil Law Is Taught in Asian Universities in 2019. Following the topic of civil law, we have extended our attention to the topic of public law, especially constitutional law topics during this term. At the Hanoi Law University Summer Seminar held in September 2019, teachers and students from universities in Japan and the Mekong region countries studied major issues in constitutional and administrative law following introductory lectures on public law in each country. Next, an intensive discussion was held on the common topic of compensation for public takings, and the expropriation of private property by the government to conduct development projects in the public interest. This was followed by the Winter Seminar at Keio University Law School, where specific topics in public law were discussed during presentations by participants from PAGLEP partner universities.
 This is the fourth volume of the PAGLEP publication series and includes the outcomes of those activities stated above. This volume explains how public laws including constitutional and administrative law are studied, discussed, and taught in universities in the Asian region, which has witnessed not only rapid economic growth but also the promotion of democratization movements. It will also contribute to comparative law and legal education by considering the legal development process unique to Asian countries. In this context, I hope that this volume will be used with volume I of the PAGLEP series: Comparative Legal Education from an Asian Perspective, volume II: Challenges for Studying Law Abroad in the Asian Region, and volume III: How Civil Law Is Taught in Asian Universities, which provide useful insights on each country’s legal system in the context of the globalization of law and legal education.
 I do hope that the outcomes included in this volume will be shared by as many current and future participants in our activities as possible. The series aims to foster the global legal professions’ abilities to solve difficult legal issues not only domestically but from a global legal perspective.

Isao Kitai
Dean, Keio University Law School
31 January 2020

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PREFACE
 Isao Kitai


HOW PUBLIC LAW IS TAUGHT IN ASIAN UNIVERSITIES

 Chapter 1: THE CONSTITUTION AND CONSTITUTIONAL EDUCATION IN JAPAN
  Tatsuhiko Yamamoto
   1. The Drafting of the Constitution
   2. Fundamental Principles a ……

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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
  Professor, Dean, Keio University Law School, Japan

 Tastuhiko Yamamoto
  Professor, Keio University Law School, Japan

 Phan Thi Lan Huong
  Deputy Head, International Cooperation Department, Hanoi Law University, Vietnam; Head, Representative Office of Nagoya University in Vietnam

 Luu Duc Quang
  Lecturer of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Economics and Law, Vietnam National University in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

 Lien Dang Phuoc Hai
  Lecturer of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Economics and Law, Vietnam National University in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

 Meas Bora
  President, Cambodian University for Specialties, Cambodia

 Noppadon Detsomboonrut
  Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

 Myint Thu Myaing
  Professor, Head, Department of Law, University of Yangon, Myanmar

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

 Hiroshi Matsuo
  Professor, Keio University Law School; Director, Keio Institute for Glabal Law and Development (KEIGLAD), Japan

 Hitomi Fukasawa
  Researcher, KEIGLAD, Japan

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