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2014 CLS Summer Program
Introduction to Japanese Law

Monday, August 11th, 2014 – Friday, August 15th, 2014
Hosted by Chuo Law School and Law School Academy, Tokyo JAPAN

Chuo University Ichigaya Campus

Chuo Law School (CLS) will host a summer program titled “Introduction to Japanese Law in English” this summer.
This one-week program will focus on the basic structure of Japan’s legal system and legal culture, and some specific topics on Japanese law. All lectures will be provided in English by professors at CLS and are open to law students from around the world. The program also includes optional study visits to law firm, court, and museum.
No academic credit is offered for this program; however, those who complete the course will be eligible to receive a certificate of participation.

Note: This program is offered through “Chuo University Law School Academy,” a division of Chuo University for Chuo Law School’s public outreach.
Note: This is the initial outline of the program. Details are subject to change.
Note: Students from some countries or regions are required to obtain a visa before traveling to Japan. Please consult the Japanese government’s visa information at: window
If you are a student at a university or a college which has a friendship agreement with Chuo University, you are able to expect procedural assistance from Chuo to obtain a visa.

Outline of the Program
Monday, August 11 -Friday, August 15, 2014.
Chuo University Ichigaya Campus (central Tokyo) 42-8 Ichigaya-Honmura-cho, Shinjuku-ku Tokyo 162-8473 JAPAN
3 min. walk from “Akebonobashi” station (2 stops from Shinjuku station on Toei-Shinjuku subway line)
JPY 30,000 for 5-day course.
Airfare and accommodation costs are not included.
Local transportation and museum admission costs are not included.
Tuition shall be paid on the first day of the program, Aug.11, in cash (JPY).
Transportation and Accommodations:
CLS has no housing of its own in central Tokyo. However, please feel free to consult CLS about accommodations. For information about accommodations and related matters, please contact
Application and Deadline:
Applications shall be submitted by e-mail or FAX no later than July 25, 2014.
However, the application period will close earlier if the maximum enrollment is reached before then.
Application Form for Individuals: [ PDF ] [ Excel ]
Application Form for Group: [ PDF ] [ Excel ]
Maximum enrollment:
Monday, August 11
9:30 – 10:00 Registration and Orientation
10:00 -13:00 Lecture 1 (Introduction to Japanese Law and Court System)
by Prof. Nobuyuki Sato
Afternoon Welcome Lunch
Tuesday, August 12
9:30 – 12:30 Lecture 2 (To be announced)
by Prof. Daniel Allan Rosen
Wednesday, August 13
9:30 – 12:30 Lecture 3 (To be announced)
Thursday, August 14
9:30 – 12:30 Lecture 4 (To be announced)
Friday, August 15
9:30 – 12:30 Lecture 5 (To be announced)
Afternoon Free
17:00 – 18:30 Farewell Ceremony and Party
Note: Law firm visit, Museum visit and other activities will be offered.
Note: All lectures will be given in English.
Note: This schedule is tentative and subject to change.