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Degree
Bachelor
Standard Academic Year
Course delivery methods
face-to-face
Subject
Law
Program
School
College of Law
Department
Campus
Classroom
Course Offering Year
Course Offering Month
September - November
Weekday and Period
Capacity
Credits
1
Language
English
Course Number
LAW5351

Introduction of Civil Justice System in Japan National Taiwan University

Course Overview

This course, taught mainly in English, introduces ? the overview of the judicial system in Japan (legal history, democracy, rule of law, procedural human rights, fairness, procedural principles, judicial power in the state, supreme court, high courts, district courts, family courts, summary courts, ? the civil procedural law (types of civil suits, procedure for civil suits, Court costs, burden, and grace of payment and ? the civil conciliation in Japan ? judicial training system, Judge, notary, barrister, solicitor, court clerk etc.

Learning Achievement

Students will gain an understanding of the judicial system in Japan, especially a japanese way how to resolve the civil litigation matter in morden industrialized society. Students will also gain practical experience through in-class discussing with lecturer about legal topics in Japan.

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Course schedule

Course type

Online Course Requirement

Instructor

MASAHISA DEGUCHI

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