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Historical Turning Points: The University of Tokyo and the Making of Modern Japanese Legal Culture

Start/End Monday, March 10, 2014 12:10 PM EDT -- 01:10 PM EDT
Location Name Jerome Greene Hall, Room 304

Kentaro Matsubara, Professor of Law, University of Tokyo Faculty of Law. Prof. Matsubara specializes in legal history and has worked on such institutions as ancestral (lineage) property and traditional land rights in China in the nineteenth and twentieth century, linking them to the processes of social structuring and formation of the state. Sponsored by the Center for Japanese Legal Studies. Contact Paulette Roberts at prober@law.columbia.edu, if you have any questions.