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Juris Doctor Degrees in Law in Japan

A Juris Doctor is an advanced degree designed for students interested in pursuing professions as lawyers, counselor, and other legal professions.  This course of study is often combined with other advanced degree programs, and it is available from universities around the globe.Law is a broad field that encompasses the system of rules set by a society to regulate behavior along with the enforc… Read more

A Juris Doctor is an advanced degree designed for students interested in pursuing professions as lawyers, counselor, and other legal professions.  This course of study is often combined with other advanced degree programs, and it is available from universities around the globe.

Law is a broad field that encompasses the system of rules set by a society to regulate behavior along with the enforcement of those rules. Law students study all of a society’s rules, but usually specialize their law practice upon graduation into a particular area like civil or criminal law.

Japan has one of the highly integrated higher education systems in Asia. Japans approach to science and technology is highly rated thus their education levels very structured from childhood to primary through secondary to tertiary levels. With 126 million people living in Japan it has a cultural rich environment. Greater Tokyo area is the largest metropolitan area in the world, with over 30 million residents.

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Kazo, Japan

The purpose of education in the Faculty of Law is to develop human resources who can deal with the complex problems of modern society with knowledge, judgment, and a comprehen ... +

The purpose of education in the Faculty of Law is to develop human resources who can deal with the complex problems of modern society with knowledge, judgment, and a comprehensive perspective that can respond to the development of science and technology and changes in social structure. To achieve this, the Faculty of Law provides specialized education in a wide range of fields such as law, politics/administration, economics/management, and encourages both literary and military arts. The Faculty of Law wants students who are sympathetic to these principles and goals and who have the following sense of purpose to enroll. -
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Yokohama, Japan

Learn the basics of university life by holding down the basics of "law" You can also learn from the basics about legal subjects such as the Constitution, Civil Law, and Crimin ... +

Learn the basics of university life by holding down the basics of "law" You can also learn from the basics about legal subjects such as the Constitution, Civil Law, and Criminal Law, which you will not learn until you enter university. In addition, through introductory exercises and basic exercises for each course and program, you will acquire basic knowledge and skills such as reading comprehension and analytical skills. Utilize the basic skills acquired through practical learning Practical learning will be conducted for each course and program in order to improve the basic skills acquired in the first year. We will train you on the themes that are familiar to you, such as issues facing society and actual incidents, and how to think about how to solve them. Highly specialized learning for each course or program We will deepen our knowledge by dividing it into each specialized field. We will also prepare subjects for civil service exams and qualification exams to hone your legal thinking and at the same time promote learning for the future. -
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Higashiosaka, Japan

As the issues facing society become increasingly complex, there is an even greater need for individuals with the legal training and ability to meet such challenges. The main f ... +

As the issues facing society become increasingly complex, there is an even greater need for individuals with the legal training and ability to meet such challenges. The main focus of the Faculty of Law is to instill in students the spirit to pursue the practical education needed in an ever-changing legal environment. The analytical skills acquired through the study of law extend beyond the legal field and touch on a wide variety of qualifications and employment opportunities, including the path to a career in public service. The Department of Law prepares students to tackle future legal issues by expanding both their legal knowledge and legal thought processes - the development of the “legal mind.” Taking a minor in English gives students an even stronger grounding in that language and rounds out their legal education with a broader international outlook. -
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