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Colloquium Series

Faculty, law students and senior graduate students meet over lunch to discuss works-in-progress on law and culture in East Asia. This informal setting encourages discussion, and the focus on new and cross-disciplinary research provides a nuanced view of Asian institutions and practices. Students may participate for either one or three course credits, and hence the Colloquium Series offers a unique and appealing way for Cornell students to learn directly from prominent scholars and intellectuals about the legal culture of East Asia. More about our Colloquium Series...

Fall 2011 Colloquium Series Events:

Susumu Hirano

Susumu Hirano, Professor of Policy Studies, Chuo University


 

  • Susumu Hirano, Professor of Policy Studies, Chuo University
    "Product Defect in the U.S. and Japan: Oh'oka Sabaki, Hoichi the Earless, and More"

 

  • Valerie P. Hans, Professor of Law, Cornell University Law School
    "Japan's Jury System: A Progress Report"

 

 

  •  Mitsuru Claire Chino, J.D. '91, Corporate Counsel, Itochu Corporation, Japan
    "Fighting against Bribery: Staying Competitive in the Increasingly Level Playing Field" 
Julie Chu

Julie Chu, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Chicago


 

  • Julie Chu, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Chicago
    "When Infrastructures Attack: The Politics of Disrepair in China"

 

  • Chika Watanabe, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Anthropology, Cornell University.
    "Communality in International Development Aid by a Japanese NGO–An Approach to the Study of Hitozukuri Capacity Building and Religion"

 

  • Minoru Aosaki, LL.M. '05, Visiting Fellow, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University
    "Implementation of International Banking Regulation in the US and Japan"

Amy Levine

Amy Levine, Visiting Professor, Changwon National University


 

  • Amy Levine, Visiting Professor, Changwon National University, South Korea
    “Practical Learning, Social Design, and the Hope Factory in South Korea: Re-Specifying Legal and Social Analysis”