2012@International Conference on Law and Society
June 5-8, 2012, Honolulu


Featured session law and disasters in Comparative Perspective : What can we learn from Experiences in Japan, the U. S., Chile, Indonesia, and Thailand?

Masayuki Murayama, Meiji University
Chair

Danuel Farber, University of California, Berkeley
Disaster Law and the Japanese Tsunami

Eric A. Feldman, University of Pennsylvania
Catastrophes and Compensation : Lessons from Japan ?

Marie G. Hermann Lunecke, Universidad Diego Portales
How Can We Effectively Implement Urban Planning Policies to Mitigate the Impact of Tsunami in Chile?

Todd Hutchins, University of California, Berkeley
An Ocean of Risks : Is International Law Strong Enough to Avert Future Nuclear Disasters At Sea

Joseph R. Morse, Mississippi Center for Justice
Access to Justice Challenges Following Disasters- A Comparative Perspective Between US and Japan

Shozo Ota, University of Tokyo
Evacuation Process and Information Behavior : How Can We Prevent and Mitigate Damages by Effective Evacuation ?

Joe Rees, Virginia Tech
The Moral Foundations of Nuclear Safety

Hideaki Shiroyama, University of Tokyo
Safty Regulation for Nuclear Plants : What Are Key Factors for Nuclear Safety ?

Fadjar I. Thufail, Indonesian Institute of Sciences
Plural Legal Dimension in Postdisaster Reconstruction Program : Lesson Learned from Indonesia

Kridtiyaporn Wongsa, Chiang Mai University
Legal and Institutional Instruments in Response to Natural Disasters in Presence of Climate Change : Thailand Case Study

‡T@Law and Disasters 01 : Recovery from gNatural Disastersh

Eric A. Feldman, University of Pennsylvania
Chair/Discussant

Ursula J. Cheer, University of Canterbury
The Impact of Law on Media Reporting of Earthquakes in Christchurch 2010-2011

Theresa Cheng, University of California, Berkeley
Medical and Legal Insights from the 2010 Haiti Earthquake

Shunichiro Koyanagi, Dokkyo University
Earthquake and Property Law : An Historical Perspective

Joseph R. Morse, Mississippi Center for Justice
Disasters and Access to Justice : Hurricane Katrina and BP Oil Disaster

Masayuki Murayama, Meiji University
Human Resources for the Recovery from East Japan Disasters

‡U@Law and disasters 02 : How to prevent or Mitigate Impact of gNatural Disastersh

Danuel Farber, University of California, Berkeley
Chair/Discussant

Marie G. Herrmann Lunecke, Universidad Diego Portales
Regulation of Coastal Zones : Mitigating the Impact of Tsunamis in Chile through Urban Planning

Shozo Ota, University of Tokyo
Handling of Information in Disaster : trust People or Avoid Panic ?

Fadjar I. Thufail, Indonesian Institute of Sciences
The Unintended Neoliberal Space of Disaster Law in Indonesia

Kridtiyaporn Wonsa, Chiang Mai University
Legal and Institutional Instruments in Response to Natural Disasters in the Presence of Climate Change : Thailand Case Study

‡V@Lay and Disasters 03 : Safety Regulation of Nuclear Plants

Shozo Ota, University of Tokyo
Chair

Sherry P. Broder, Law Offices
Access to the Legal System and Compensation Issues

Danuel Farber, University of California, Berkeley
Events Beyond Imagination ? Integrating Catastrophic Risks ito Decision Making

Joe Rees, Virginia Tech
Some Reflections on the Fukushima Nuclear Accident

Hideaki Shiroyama, University of Tokyo
Regulatory Failures of Nuclear Safety and Complex Risk Governance : The Case of the Fukushima Accident

‡W@Law and Disasters 04 : Compensation for Nuclear Damages

Daniel H. Foote, University of Tokyo
Chair

Eric A. Feldman, University of Pennsylvania
Justice, Compensation, and the Tragedy of Fukushima

Todd Hutchins, University of California Berkeley
An Ocean of Risks : is International Law Strong Enough to Avert Future Nuclear Disasters at Sea

Go Ito, Meiji University
Fukushimafs Nuclear Plants and the Ocean Contamination

Chie Sato, Meiji University
Liability and Compensation for Nuclear Damages from the Perspective of International Law of the Sea

Danuel Farber, University of California, Berkeley
Discussant



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