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1 Timetable of the Conference August 4th (Tuesday) 10:00 10:30 Opening Ceremony 10:30 12:15 Keynote Speeches :00 15:45 Keynote Speeches :15 18:00 Keynote Speeches :30 20:30 Welcome Reception August 5th (Wednesday) 9:00 10:45 Morning Sessions (1) Session 1-11 Session :00 12:45 Morning Sessions (2) Session 1-21 Session :15 16:00 Afternoon Sessions (1) Session 1-31 Session :15 18:00 Afternoon Sessions (2) Session 1-41 Session :15 20:00 Evening Sessions Session 1-51 Session 1-56 August 6th (Thursday) 9:00 10:45 Morning Sessions (1) Session 2-11 Session :00 12:45 Morning Sessions (2) Session 2-21 Session :15 16:00 Afternoon Sessions (1) Session 2-31 Session :15 18:00 Afternoon Sessions (2) Session 2-41 Session :10 18:30 CRN 33 Business Meeting 18:30 18:50 Closing Ceremony 19:00 20:30 Farewell Party (ticket is required)

2 Conference Program (As of July 27, 2015) August 4th (Tuesday) Venue: Building 3, Room 501 (5th Floor) 10:00 10:30 Opening Ceremony Chair: Yoshitaka Wada, Waseda Law School Opening Remarks: Valerie Hans, Cornell University; President, Law & Society Association Setsuo Miyazawa, Aoyama Gakuin University & UC Hastings College of the Law; Chair, Organizing Committee, 4th East Asian Law & Society Conference 10:30 12:15 Keynote Speeches 1 3 Chair: Setsuo Miyazawa, Aoyama Gakuin University & UC Hastings College of the Law Keynote Speech 1 Carroll Seron, Professor, UC Irvine, Immediate Past President of the LSA The Two Faces of Law and Inequality: From Critique to the Promise of Fixable, Situated Policy Keynote Speech 2 Iwao Sato, Professor, The University of Tokyo, President of JASL Reconsidering the Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution (Renunciation of War) from Socio-legal Perspective Keynote Speech 3 Tay-Sheng Wang, Professor, National Taiwan University Localization of Foreign Laws in Taiwan 14:00 15:45 Keynote Speeches 4 6 Chair: Daniel H. Foote, University of Washington & The University of Tokyo Keynote Speech 4 Johannes Chan, Professor, University of Hong Kong Democracy, Human Rights and the Rule of Law Keynote Speech 5 Kazuko Ito, Attorney at Law Role of Civil Society for Protection of Human Rights in Asia

3 Keynote Speech 6 Sung Suh, Professor, Ritsumeikan University Exploring Human Rights in East Asia 16:15 18:00 Keynote Speeches 7 9 Chair: Shozo Ota, The University of Tokyo Keynote Speech 7 Hyunah Yang, Professor, Seoul National University Legal Feminism in Korea and 'Culture' Question Keynote Speech 8 Fujiko Sakakibara, Attorney at Law Law Suit on Surnames for Married Couples in Japan Keynote Speech 9 Yoshitaka Takagi, Attorney at Law Japanese Postwar Compensation Litigations and Korean and Chinese Postwar Compensation Litigations: Upon International Humanitarian Law 18:30 20:30 Welcome Reception at Okuma Garden House (Building 25)

4 August 5th (Wednesday) Venue: Building 3, 7th Floor 9:00 10:45 Morning Sessions (1) Session 1-11 (Session) Legal Treatment of Damages Related to the East Japan Great Earthquake Room 701 and Tsunami Organizer: Takayuki Ii, Senshu University Chair: Matthew Wilson, The University of Akron School of Law Discussant: Matthew Wilson, The University of Akron School of Law Yuka Kaneko, Kobe University Conflict of Public and Private Law Spheres: Results of Post-Disaster Town Recovery in East Japan Eri Osaka, Toyo University 3/11 Tsunami Drowning Cases: When Does Misfortune Become Injustice? Saori Kawazoe, Waseda University The Process of Categorizing Victims and the Created Social Conflict in the Aftermath of Complex Disaster Yoko Matsuda, Kwansei Gakuin University Wide-area and Long-term Evacuation from Fukushima Nuclear Accident: The General Picture of the Issue and a Survey Result in Shikoku Session 1-12 (Session) Legal Development in the Visual Recording of Suspect Interrogation in the East Room 702 Asia: How Can We Ensure Transparency in the Interrogation Room? Organizer: Makoto Ibusuki, Seijo University Chair: Makoto Ibusuki, Seijo University Discussants: Naoko Yamada, Kwansei Gakuin University Dong-Hee Lee, Korea National Police University Electronic Recording of Interrogation in Korea Kuibin Zhu, Southwest Jiaotong University Electronic Recording of Custodial Interrogation with Chinese Characteristics: Tool for Transparency or Torture? Takao Fuchino, Ritsumeikan University New Japanese Law on the Visual Recording of Interrogation of the Custodial Suspect Session 1-13 (Session) Incorporated but Excluded: Law and the Marginalized in Colonial Korea Room 703 and Taiwan Organizer: Yen-Chi Liu, Fu-Jen Catholic University Chair: Tay-Sheng Wang, College of Law, National Taiwan University Discussant: Hyunah Yang, The School of Law, Seoul National University Yun-Ru Chen, Waseda Institute of Advanced Study

5 Session 1-14 Room 704 Session 1-15 Room 708 Yunjeong Joo, Asia Center, Seoul National University Right to have a right: in/competence of the blind to work Chiu-Hung Liang, Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica In the Name of Violence: Governing the Taiwanese Ruffians under Japanese Colonization Cheng-yu Lin, Graduate School of Law, Kyoto University Juvenile delinquency and treatment in Taiwan under Japanese rule Yen-Chi Liu, School of Law, Fu-Jen Catholic University Child-protection, law and the undocumented orphans in colonial Taiwan (Session) ADR Viewed from Users: Findings from a Questionnaire Survey of ADR Users in Japan Organizer: Shozo Ota, The University of Tokyo Chair: Shozo Ota, The University of Tokyo Discussants: Daniel H. Foote, University of Washington & The University of Tokyo Shozo Ota, The University of Tokyo The Main Objectives and the Research Design of Our ADR Project: Toward an Evidence-Based ADR Reform Shusuke Kakiuchi, The University of Tokyo Motives and Expectations of ADR Users in Japan Hideaki Irie, Kyushu University Analysis on Evaluation of ADR Process by Dispute Type Tomohiko Maeda, Meijo University Alternative Dispute Resolutions in Japan Old and New: Comparison between Different ADR Models Kyoko Ishida, Waseda Law School The Decisive Factors of User Satisfaction in ADR Proceedings (Paper Session) Governance and Democracy in the Changing World Chair: Yasunobu Sato, The University of Tokyo Chao-Tien (Cindy) Chang, National Chiao Tung University Public Engagement in Biobanking--Why and How to Integrate We the People in Bioethical Discourses Jimmy Chia-Shin Hsu, Academia Sinica Bringing the Sunflower Movement into Perspective through Theories of Democratic Consolidation Yasunobu Sato, The University of Tokyo Human Security Approach to Human Rights Due Diligence

6 Session 1-16 Room 709 Session 1-17 Room 710 Hualing Fu, The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law(Co- Author: Jason Bushi) Developing the Rule of Law in Authoritarian States: A China and Vietnam Comparison James Fisher, The University of Tokyo (Faculty of Law & Graduate Schools for Law and Politics) Foreign Nationals in Japan: Social Welfare, Discrimination and Constitutional Rights (Paper Session) Children, Elders and Vulnerable People Chair: Teiko Tamaki, Faculty of Law, Niigata University Shinobu Odagiri, Seitoku University Child Welfare Law and the Children's Charter in Japan: Their Historical Origins and Significance Teiko Tamaki, Faculty of Law, Niigata University Access to Justice for the Most Vulnerable Person Facing Family Problems Aya Yamaguchi, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, The University of Tokyo Factors Underlying Japanese Elderly People s Perceptions of The Legal System: Approach from Quantitative and Qualitative Survey Hiroharu Saito, Attorney / Harvard Law School (LL.M.) Bargaining in the Shadow of Children's Voices in Divorce Custody Disputes: Comparative Analysis of Japan and the U.S. (Paper Session) Victims in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Chair: Erik Herber, Leiden University Won Kyung Chang, Ewha Womans University, Scranton Honors Program Trial and Error: A Restorative Justice Experience in Korea Erik Herber, Leiden University Victim Participation in Japan - When Therapeutic Jurisprudence Meets Prosecutors' Justice Zhou Xiao, University of Tsukuba The Birth of "Women-children": Focused on Clause 360 of Criminal Law of The People Republic of China Carol Lawson, Australian National University College of Law Civil Oversight in Japanese and Australian Prisons: Apples and Oranges? 11:00 12:45 Morning Sessions (2) Session 1-21 (Session) Namie Town: Effective Legal Treatment for Its Recovery from the

7 Room 701 Session 1 22 Room 702 Session 1-23 Room 704 Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident Organizer: Takao Suami, Waseda University Chair: Takayuki Ii, Senshu University Takao Suami, Waseda University The Cooperation of Namie Town and Waseda University Law School toward Disaster Recovery Tamotsu Baba, Namie Town Present State of Namie Town and Its Future Prospects Hiroshi Miyauchi, Tokyo Public Law Office The Activities of the Attorney Team for Namie-machi ADR (Session) Status and Legal Power in Southeast Asia Organizer: Lynette Chua, National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law Chair: Edith Kinney, San Jose State University Discussant: Edith Kinney, San Jose State University Gary Chan, Singapore Management University Divining Defamatory Meaning and Religious Imputations in Malaysia and Singapore Andrew Harding, National University of Singapore Nazrinian Monarchy in Malaysia: Recidivism, Resilience and Revival Helena Whalen-Bridge, National University of Singapore The Rhetoric of Corruption & the Ethics Curriculum: Why Aren t Law Schools Teaching about Corruption? (Session) Privatization and Public-Private Partnerships with Prisons and Corrections: Benefits, Concerns and Models Organizer: Paul Leighton, Eastern Michigan University Chair: Paul Leighton, Eastern Michigan University Discussant: David Ted Johnson, University of Hawaii at Manoa Mari Hirayama, Hakuoh University Transparency of Prisons in Japan?: Roles and Significance of Prison Visitation Committee Atsuko Otsuka, Freelance Journalist The Benefits of Involving Private Organizations in PFI Prisons Paul Leighton, Eastern Michigan University Models of Privatization and Public-Private Partnerships with Prisons: An Incomplete Survey Malcolm Feeley, Berkeley Law School

8 Entrepreneurs of Justice: How the Private Sector Made and is Remaking the Modern Criminal Justice System 12:50 14:05 CRN33 Planning Committee Meeting (committee members only) Venue: Room 708 (7th Floor) 14:15 16:00 Afternoon Sessions (1) Session 1-31 (Session) What Recognition Can Change Japanese People s Opinion about Penal Room 701 Punishment?: Analysis of Opinion Survey in 2014 in Japan Organizer: Mikio Kawai, Toin University of Yokohama Chair: Mari Hirayama, Hakuoh University Discussant: Charles Weisselberg, UC Berkeley Law School Mikio Kawai, Toin University of Yokohama Death penalty and false accusation in Japan Hideo Kubo, Kyoto Sangyo University People's opinion about punishment and morality: An empirical test of Talcott Parsons Masato Kimura, Takachiho University Misinformed Citizens: Retributive Justice and Public Support for Death Penalty Manako Kinoshita, Doshisha University People's attitude toward punishment in Japan Session 1-32 (Session) Classic Asian Theories of Sociology of Law: Their Value in the Age of Room 702 Globalization (sponsored by The Japanese Association of Sociology of Law) Organizer: Kota Fukui, Osaka University Chair: Kota Fukui, Osaka University Discussant: Carroll Seron, UC Irvine Tomohiko Maeda, Meijo University Kota Fukui, Osaka University On the potential of the classic Japanese theories of sociology of law Wei Guo, Hokkaido University Bringing law to the Masses: Readership quality and the usage of Kawashima's theory in China and Japan Takayuki Ii, Senshu University Ehrlich s Living Law Theory and Its Influence on the Japanese Sociology of Law: Suehiro, Kawashima, Kaino and Beyond Chun-Soo Yang, Yeungnam Univeirsity The Value, Function and Limits of Legal Sociology in South Korea

9 Session 1-33 Room 703 Session 1-34 Room 704 Session 1-35 Room 709 (Session) Rethinking of Law Reform Assistance in East Asia: Case Studies Regarding Land Grabbing and Disputes in Cambodia, Mongolia and Indonesia Organizer: Yasunobu Sato, The University of Tokyo Chair: Yasunobu Sato, The University of Tokyo Discussants: Miha Isoi, JICA Yoshiki Kurumisawa, Waseda University Toyo Kawakami, Rainforest Action Network Kuong Teilee, Nagoya University Challenges to Property Law Reform in Cambodia When Property and Rights Do Not Meet on the Same Land Masaki Nakamura, Nagoya Keizai University Land privatization in post-socialist countries: Case of Mongolia Rudy SH (UI), University of Lampung Reconstruction of Indonesia Legislation Development: Laws on Land (Paper Session) Transformation of Legal Systems in East Asia Chair: Gang Luo, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne Hoko Horii, Nagoya University Mapping Human Rights Norms in Pluralistic Legal System in Indonesia: Issue of Child Marriage in West Java Gang Luo, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne The Convergence of Private Law in East Asia: What Can We Learn from European Example of Ius Commune? Noriko Okubo, Osaka University Environmental Democracy and Developments in East Asia Miyuki Sato, Kyorin University The Competence of Interpretation of Basic Law of the Macao Special Administrative Region of the People s Republic of China Tzung-Mou Wu, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica Fight Fire with Fire: Writing Down Legal Customs of Taiwan's Indigenous Peoples with the History of Medieval Western Law (Paper Session) Legal Terminology and Concepts in Transition Chair: Mami Okawara, Takasaki City University of Economics Frank Bennett, Nagoya University Legal Referencing and Asian Legal Discourse Mami Okawara, Takasaki City University of Economics Two Approaches to Simplify Japanese Civil Law Terminology

10 Session 1-36 Room 710 Jonathan Kang, Yonsei Law School Rule of Law in Theory and Discourse in Korea Ray-Yun Hong, NTU Law Department Educational Law as Instrument or Framework: Who Interpret the Concept of Rule of Law? Yun-Chien Chang, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica The Evolution of Property Law in Taiwan: An Unconventional Interest Group Story (Paper Session) Structure of Company and Employment Chair: Matthew Wilson, The University of Akron School of Law Bo-Shone Fu, University of Wisconsin Madison Law School The International Legal Transplant of Labor and Employment Law from U.S. and Japan into Taiwan: the Law, the Society and the Agency Caslav Pejovic, Kyushu University Japanese Labor Law: Between Social Stability and Economic Efficiency Urszula Muszalska, University of Wrocław Women's employment rights in Japan and Poland: a comparative approach Takashi Shimizu, The University of Tokyo Corporation or GmbH? The choice and use of legal business forms in Japan Yukari Takamura, Nagoya University Function and Methodologies of Human Rights Indicators: Towards Elaboration of Indicators on Participation on the Environmental Matters 16:15 18:00 Afternoon Sessions (2) Session 1-41 (Session) Impact of Civil Law-Centered Legal Assistance from Japan to Asian Room 701 Market Reform Countries: Changing Roles of Judicial Intervention to Contractual Laissez-Faire Organizer: Yuka Kaneko, Kobe University Chair: Yuka Kaneko, Kobe University Discussants: Miha Isoi, JICA/ Rudy SH (UI), University of Lampung Hiroshi Matsuo, Keio University Process and Substance of the Japanese Participation in Civil Code Assistance to Some Asian Countries Shiro Kawashima, Doshisha University Impact of Japanese Involvement in the Civil Procedure Code Drafting in Asia Yuka Kaneko, Kobe University

11 Session 1-42 Room 702 Session 1-43 Room 703 Session 1-44 Room 704 Civil Law as the Source of Judicial Intervention into Freedom of Contract: Challenges of Japanese Civil Law Assistance in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar Sozaburo Mitamayama, Kobe University Japanese ODA to Indonesian Conciliation System (Session) Democracy and the Lay Judge System in Japan: A Critical Evaluation Organizer: Setsuo Miyazawa, Aoyama Gakuin University & UC Hastings College of the Law Chair: Setsuo Miyazawa, Aoyama Gakuin University & UC Hastings College of the Law Discussant: Malcolm M. Feeley, UC Berkeley, Valerie Hans, Cornell University The Impact of Jury Service on Citizens' Political Participation: Data from the United States Noboru Yanase, Nihon University The Concept of Democracy in the Legislative Process of the Lay Judge System Emi Kodaira My Experience as a Saiban-in Masahiro Fujita, Kansai University Implementing Democracy Through the Japanese Lay Participation System (Session) Remedies for Sexual Harassment in the Workplace and the Role of Law in Korea, Japan and Taiwan Organizer: Miyoung Gu, Korean Women's Development Institute Chair: Hiroko Hayashi, Miyazaki Municipal University Discussants: Bo-Shone Fu, University of Wisconsin Madison Law School Yumi Itakura, Attorney at Law Masako Banno, Attorney at Law Shino Naito, Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (JILPT) Have Damages from Sexual Harassment Been Remedied by Law in Japan? Miyoung Gu, Korean Women's Development Institute After 20 years of Sexual Harassment Law in Korea Chih-Chieh, Carol Lin, National Chiao Tung University School of Law Glass Ceiling and Sexual Harassment Law in Workplace- A Comparative Perspective (Paper Session) Trial Procedures in Context Chair: Ikuo Sugawara, Waseda Law School Janet Ainsworth, Seattle University

12 Session 1-45 Room 709 Session 1-46 Room 710 Considering Procedural Justice in the Transition from Inquisitorial to Adversarial Justice Models Ikuo Sugawara, Waseda Law School Verification on results of civil justice reform through field survey for litigants and citizen Yun-Chien Chang, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica (Co-author: Kong-Pin Chen & Chang-Ching Lin) The Role of Lawyer Experience in Tort Litigation: An Empirical Study Jimmy Chia-Shin Hsu, Academia Sinica(Co-Authors: Han-Wei Ho & Yun-Chien Chang) Non-pecuniary Damages for Defamation, Personal Injury, and Wrongful Death: An Empirical Analysis of Court Cases in Taiwan Hironao Kaneko, Tokyo Institute of Technology Self help and self execution in cyberspace (Paper Session) Punishment: Effects and Limitations Chair: Shinya Komatsu, Recruit Administration Co.,Ltd. Ananta Rilo Pambudi Hutomo, Far Eastern Federal University Death Penalty Policy of Contemporary Asia Shinya Komatsu, Recruit Administration Co., Ltd.(Co-Authors: Shozo Ota, Natsuko Maruo & Tosiki Shimizu) Legal consciousness of the Japanese in the SNS Jing Lin, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law Corporate Crime Control in East Asia: A Comparative Observation on the Role of Criminal Law in PR China and Japan Soichiro Omiya, Center for Forensic Mental Health, Chiba University (Co-Authors: Aika Tomoto, Yoshito Igarashi & Masaomi Iyo) What do drug offenders require to re-integrate into society? (Paper Session) Changing Landscape of Lawyers in Korea and Japan Chair: Akira Fujimoto, Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University Chunwoong Park, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Lawyers as Cultural Holes: The Rise of Lawyers and the Fall of the State in Korea Circa Akira Fujimoto, Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University New Attorneys Career Trajectory and Their Self Perception - The 62nd Cohort of Attorneys in Japan Atsushi Bushimata, Fukuoka University, Faculty of Law The Characteristics and Structure of the Lawyers' Work in Japan: A Data

13 Analysis of the 2010 Bar Survey Keiichi Ageishi, Otemon Gakuin University Income, Job Satisfaction, and Concern for the Future of New Lawyers in Japan 18:15 20:00 Evening Sessions Session 1-51 (Session) The Potentiality of Law as Translation in East Asia Room 701 Organizer: Ko Hasegawa, Hokkaido University Chair: Ko Hasegawa, Hokkaido University Ko Hasegawa, Hokkaido University The Dynamics of Translation in Hybrid Law Yoo Hwan Kim, Ewha Womans University Translating Legal Discourse in the Far East Ichiro Ozaki, Hokkaido University Translation and Confrontation: Law, Language, and Culture in Court Annelise Riles, Cornell University Translating Dialogue Naruhito Cho, Hokkaido University Translation's Role in the Comparative Process Session 1-52 (Session) Assessing Citizen Participation in Criminal Trials in East Asian Countries Room 702 Organizer: Masahiko Saeki, Chiba University Chair: Masahiko Saeki, Chiba University Discussants: Shinomiya Satoru, Kokugakuin University Daniel H. Foote, University of Washington & The University of Tokyo Masahiko Saeki, Chiba University The Impact of Prior Sentencing Trends on Sentencing Deliberations by Lay Judges Kosuke Wakabayashi, Ritsumeikan University What is the Best Deliberation Structure for Citizen Participation in Criminal Justice? Approach from the View of Social Psychology Jong-Sik Choi, Kobe Gakuin University Korean Citizen Participation in Criminal Trials: The Jury s Independence from the Influence of the Judge Zhe Zhang, University of Tokyo Observing Lay Assessors Participation in China: Xicheng District Court as an Example Session 1-53 (Session) How Are We to Educate Lawyers to Meet the Changing Needs of Legal Services and

14 Room 703 Session 1-54 Room 704 Session 1-55 Room 709 Fill the Justice Gap?: Cases of China, South Korea, and Japan Organizer: Shigeo Miyagawa, Waseda University Chair: Shigeo Miyagawa, Waseda University Discussants: Yoshiaki Haraguchi, Kanto Gakuin University, Yoichiro Hamabe, Aoyama Gakuin University How Are We to Educate Lawyers to Meet the Changing Needs of Legal Services in Japan? Jaewan Moon, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies How to Fine Tune Goals of Law School Education: Following Oversupply of Lawyers Chenguang Wang, Tsinghua University Training Global Lawyers in the Trend of Globalization (Paper Session) Socio-Legal Theories in Legal Practice Chair: Kota Fukui, Osaka University Peng-Hsiang Wang, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica (Co-Author: Yun-Chien Chang) Why Should Jurists Care about Empirical Legal Studies? The Empirical Foundation of Normative Arguments Naoya Endo, Fairness Law Firm UPL rules in USA vs. related professionals in Japan Formal Legality & Substantive Legality Zhizhou Wang, University of Wisconsin-Madison The Dialectical Process: the Chinese Lawyers Structured Struggle in Corporate Bankruptcy Law Practice Joseph Conti, University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Restructuring: The Transnational State-ness of Four Courts of Global Jurisdiction Wai Sang, Richard Wu, University of Hong Kong(Co-Author: Grace Leung) A Comparative and Empirical Study of Law Students Perceptions of Their Values in Hong Kong, Beijing and Taipei: Source of Their Values and Implications for Legal Education in Greater China Region (Paper Session) Regulation on Corporate Activities Chair: Midori Tani, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Vai lo Lo, Bond University,(Co-Authors: Jinheng Feng & Xiaomin Fang) A Comparative Study of the Australian Immunity Program and the Chinese Leniency Program

15 Session 1-56 Room 710 Mizue Kama, Tohoku University Industry help enforcement? The case of European RoHS directive Jenweeranon Pawee, Nagoya University Regulatory Framework for Virtual Currency, focusing on Bitcoin, in Asian Countries Midori Tani, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Consumer Product Safety Measures Bridging Chasms between Businesses and Consumers Weidong Ji, Koguan Law School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University The Enforcement of Competition Law and the Establishment of a National Competition Committee in China (Paper Session) Policing and Prosecution in East Asia Chair: Rieko Kage, Department of Advanced Social and International Studies, The University of Tokyo Kevin Kwok Yin Cheng, Faculty of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong The causes of "cracked trials" in Hong Kong Benjamin Goold, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia The changing face of public area surveillance in Japan Neil Chisholm, Academia Sinica, Institutum Iurisprudentiae The Faces of Prosecutorial Independence: European and American-style Prosecutorial Personnel Policy, Decisionmaking, and Reform Discourse in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan Li Li, Sun Yat-Sen University School of Law Chinese Criminal Procedure Law in Action: Unbalanced Power Relations between Public and Private Participants

16 August 6th (Thursday) Venue: Building 3, 7th Floor 9:00 10:45 Morning Sessions (1) Session 2-11 (Session) Emerging Issues in Criminal Procedure: Lay Participation, Police Room 701 Interrogation, and Victim Inputs from a Comparative Perspective Organizer: Mari Hirayama, Hakuoh University Chair: Mari Hirayama, Hakuoh University Discussant: David T. Johnson, University of Hawaii at Manoa Mari Hirayama, Hakuoh University, Lay Participation and Victims Inputs- How These Two Key Factors Have Changed the Criminal Justice System in Japan after the Late 1990's Dimitri Vanoverbeke, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven) Facing the Jury: A Comparative Perspective on Recent Issues with Defendants' Rights in Japan, Belgium and France Charles D. Weisselberg, UC Berkeley Law School Miranda at 50: A Disquieting Look at an International Icon Session 2-12 (Session) Creation of Regional Tribunal on Disability Rights Room 702 Organizer: Yoshikazu Ikehara, The Committee of Establishment of Disability Rights Tribunal in Asia & Pacific Chair: Koshi Yamazaki, Kanagawa University Discussant: Kamal Lamichhane, University of Tsukuba Yoshikazu Ikehara, Tokyo Advocacy Law Office Comparative Study on Regional Disability Rights Tribunal as Multi-dimensional Human Rights Mechanism Takanori Sai, Disabled Persons International Effect and Limit of National Human Rights Commission of the Republic of Korea and Necessity of Regional Human Rights Dialogue Ryousuke Matsui, Hosei University The New Decade for Persons with Disabilities in Asia and the Pacific and Movement of Disability Rights Tribunal in Asia and the Pacific Satoshi Kawashima, Okayama University of Science International Disability Law in Asia and the Pacific Session 2 13 (Paper Session) Environmental Law Room 703 Chair: Hitoshi Ushijima, Chuo University Patricia Blazey, Macquarie University Sydney The feasibility of establishing standalone environmental courts in China - challenges and prospects

17 Session 2 14 Room 704 Session 2 15 Room 709 Laura Henry, Sungkyunkwan University School of Law What Are Environmental and Social Safeguards and Why Are They Necessary for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank? Yayoi Isono, Tokyo Keizai University Safety Management of Radioactive Materials released to the Air from Fi and the Rights of Residents Eri Osaka, Toyo University Faculty of Law Japan s Acceptation of the CSC and the (Dark) Future of Nuclear Damage Compensation Law Hitoshi Ushijima, Chuo University Recent Developments of Drinking Water Source Conservation in Japan (Paper Session) Changing Legal Education and Institutions Chair: Rikiya Kuboyama, Tashkent University of Law Rikiya Kuboyama, Tashkent University of Law Gaming-law-related-education Isabelle Juliette Giraudou, Nagoya University Graduate School of Law Building on the socio-legal critique of legal education reforms in Japan : Comparative Law in question (from teaching experiments to paradigm shifts) (Paper Session) Judicial Independence in East Asia Chair: Takeshi Akiba, Akita International University Aye Cho Zayar, Nagoya University, Graduate School of Law Comparative Study of Judicial Independence in Japan, Korea and Myanmar Yuichiro Tsuji, University of Tsukuba Independence of the Judiciary and Judges in Japan Kuk Woon Lee, Handong University Home Town Judgeship in Korea - A Short History Ying Yan, Shanxi University Judicial Independence and Individual Legal Case Supervision in China 11:00 12:45 Morning Sessions (2) Session 2 21 (Session) Lay Participation in Justice in Action?: China and Japan Room 701 Organizer: Takayuki Ii, Senshu University Chair: Matthew Wilson, The University of Akron School of Law Discussant: Matthew Wilson, The University of Akron School of Law Xin He, City University of Hong Kong Double Whammy: Lay Assessors as Lackeys in Chinese Courts

18 Session 2 22 Room 702 Session 2-23 Room 703 Dimitri Vanoverbeke, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Facing the Judge: On Citizen Participation and Justification in Japan s Criminal Courts Kunio Hamada, Hibiya Park Law Offices The Experience and Mental Burden of Saiban-in Kana Sasakura, Konan University The Current Situation and Future Prospects of the Lay Judge System: From a Procedural Perspective Satoko Tomita, Sakuragaoka Law Office The Changes in Pretrial and Trial Defense Practices after the Introduction of Saiban-in Trial (Session) Japanese Drug Policy: Deeply-intertwined Promise and Peril Organizer: Yasuhiro Maruyama, Rissho University Chair: Yasuhiro Maruyama, Rissho University Discussants: Ju-Yuan Hsieh, National Chengchi University Takeshi Kato, DARC (Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Center) Yasuhiro Maruyama, Rissho University Partial Suspension of Sentence in Japan: Searching for what lies behind welfare models Shinichi Ishizuka, Ryukoku University Beyond Japanese Drug Courts: From Punishment to Harm Reduction Makoto Oda, APARI (Asian Pacific Addiction Research Institute) APARI s support for drug addicts in the criminal justice system: Toward the Infinity Collaboration System Takehito Ichikawa, DARC (Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Center) Recovery from Drug Dependence and Problems in the New Probation Law in Japan Yohei Takahashi, Tokyo Bar Association Some Signs of Change in Punishmentalism of Japanese Drug Policy: A Practicing Lawyer s View (Session) The Unbearable Complexity of Being a National: The Law and Politics of Citizenship, Nationality and Identity in East Asia Organizer: Chulwoo Lee, Yonsei University Law School Chair: Tae-Ung Baik, William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii at Manoa Discussant: Tae-Ung Baik, William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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