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Researching Japanese Law
In addition to ANJeL’s collaboration with AsianLII ANJeL is involved in developing or promoting several other tools for effective research in Japanese law.
1. The CCH Japan Business Law Guide, which is a looseleaf and online service, is maintained with the assistance of a number of ANJeL co-directors, members and associates. Find out more.
2. The entry "Japanese Law: An Overview" in Jan Smits (ed) Encyclopedia of Comparative Law (Edward Elgar, 2006) by Luke Nottage and Professor Masaki Abe has been uploaded onto AsianLII and is available here.
3. Links to other websites:
4. The Japan Federation of Bar Associations (JFBA) and a number of law firms in Japan publish information in English on areas of Japanese law. A list of these sources as of April 2009 prepared by ANJeL research assistants is available here.
5. A major legal publisher in Japan, Daiichi
Hoki, is a Research Sponsor for ANJeL.
6. The Waseda University Institute of Comparative Law (CLAW) has commenced a monthly electronic newsletter to disseminate up-to-date information about Japanese Law in English, including recent legislation, upcoming seminars and discussion of current trends and topics. Find out more. To subscribe to the CLAW Newsletter, please email CLAW including your (1) name, (2) affiliation and (3) e-mail address.
7. Japanese Law News Monthly Bulletin: Monthly
e-mail bulletin of important Japanese law related news in Japan's
English-language newspapers. Back issues are listed below in PDF
format. Please note that ANJeL is no longer compiling this bulletin.
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Last updated: 13 June 2009