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Death Penalty in Japan: Principles and Practice: This seminar will focus on why Japan retains capital punishment, how this institution of state killing has changed in recent years, and why there are conspicuous continuities in Japan’s death penalty policy and practice. More information
Date and Time: Wednesday, 26 April, 6pm – 7.30pm.
Venue: Law Institute of Victoria, 470 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000 (Lecture Theatre)
Co-hosted by the Asian Law Centre and Reprieve Australia
Presenter: Prof David Johnson, University of Hawaii
Commentator: Dr Maiko Tagusari, Hitotsubashi University
Applications are now open for students at Australian universities to join Team Australia to contest the Intercollegiate Negotiation (and Arbitration) Competition on 18-19 November in Tokyo. Undergraduate, JD, Masters and doctoral students are all highly encouraged to apply. Applications will close at 5pm on 13 April 2017. For more details click here.
JSAA Conference: ANJeL encourages members and others to attend the Japanese Studies Association of Australia Biennial
Conference 2017 (JSAA). The conference will be held at the University of Wollongong on 26‐30 June 2017. For more details please visit: http://www.uowblogs.com/jsaa2017/
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