Professor Masayuki Murayama, Ph.D.


œEDUCATION
1979-81

1978-79
1973-81
1973

Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program, School of Law, University
of California, Berkeley (1981 Ph.D. Candidate)
LL.M. Program, School of Law, University of California, Berkeley
Graduate Program in Law and Political Science, University of Tokyo
LL.B., University of Tokyo

œACADEMIC POSITIONS
2012-2014
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1987-2005
Visiting Scholar,Columbia Law School
Professor, School of Law, Meiji University
Visiting Researcher, Institut fuer Rechtstatsachen Forschung und
Rechtssoziologie, Freie Universitaet, Berlin
Visiting Researcher, CNRS Centre de Sociologie des Organisations,
Paris
Visiting Researcher, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford
University
Professor, Faculty of Law and Economics, Chiba University
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law and Economics, Chiba
University
Research Assistant, Faculty of Law and Economics, Chiba
University
having taught at Sophia (Jochi) University, St. Paul (Rikkyo)
University, Hokkaido University, Hosei University, Tokyo Institute of
Technology, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo Metropolitan University,University of Tokyo and Yokohama National University

œDEGREE
Ph.D. in Law (University of Tokyo, Sociology of Law)
LL.M. (University of California, Berkeley)


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[In English]
Masayuki Murayama and Lloyd Burton, gCassandra, Prometheus,
and Hubris : The Epic Tragedy of Fukushima,h in Special Issue
Cassandrafs Curse: The Law and Foreseeable Future Disasters,
Studies in Law, Politics, and Society
, Vol.68 (2015), pp.125-153.

gCulture, Situation and Behaviour,h in Dimitri Vanoverbeke, Jeroen
Maesschalck, Stephan Parmentier and David Nelken (eds.), The
Changing Role of Law in Japan
, Edward Elgar Publications,
2014,pp.189-205.
gKawashima and the Changing Focus on Japanese Legal Consciousness: A Selective History of the Sociology of Law in Japan,h International Journal of Law in Context 9 (4), pp.565-589.
gReconsidering Japanese Dispute Resolution: What is it and Why,h in
Tom Ginsburg and Harry N. Scheiber (eds.), The Japanese Legal
System: An Era of Transition
, Robbins Collection Publications,
pp.67-87.
gThe Origins and Development of Family Conciliation in Japan: A
Political Aspect,h Journal of Social Welfare & Family Law, Vol.32,
No.2, pp.143-153.
gConvergence from Opposite Directions? Characteristics of Japanese
Divorce Law in Comparative Perspective, hHarry N. Scheiber and
Laurent Mayali (eds.), Japanese Family Law in Comparative
Perspective
, Robbins Collection, University of California School of Law,
pp.61-98.
gJapanese Disputing Behavior Reconsidered, hKuo-chang Huang (ed.),
Empirical studies of judicial systems 2008, Academia Sinica,
pp.261-298.
gExpanding Access to Lawyers: The Role of Legal Advice Centers,h in
Rebecca L. Sandefur (ed.), Access to Justice, Emerald,pp.167-201.
gExperiences of Problems and Disputing Behaviour in Japan, Meiji Law Jounal Vol.14, pp.1-59.h (PDF)
gThe Role of the Defense Lawyer in the Japanese Criminal Justice
System, hMalcolm Feeley and Setsuo Miyazawa (eds.), The Japanese
Adversary in Context: Controversies and Comparisons
, Palgrave,
pp.42-66.
(With Johannes Feest) gProtecting the Innocent Through Criminal
Justice: A Case Study from Spain, Virtually Compared to Germany
and Japan, hDavid Nelken (ed.), Contrasting Criminal Justice: Getting
from Here to There
, Ashgate Publishing, 49-75.
gDoes a Lawyer Make a Difference? | Effects of a Lawyer on
Mediation Outcome in Japan,h International Journal of Law, Policy and
the Family
, Vol.13, pp.52-77.
gThe Penal Control of Traffic Accidents in Japan,h in Ewoud
Hondius(ed.), Modern Trends in Tort Law, pp.113-133.
Modern Trends in Tort Law, 113-133,
gThe Right to Counsel: Deficit and Opportunity for Criminal Justice in
Japan,h in Precaire Waarden: Liber Amicorum voor Prof. mr. A.A.G.
Peters
, pp.325-333.
gPatrol Police Activities in Changing Urban Conditions ? The Case of
the Tokyo Police,h in Vincenzo Ferrari and Carla Faralli(ed.), Laws and
Rights
, Vol.2, pp.133-160.
gPostwar Trends in the Administration of Japanese Criminal Justice:
Lenient but Intolerant or Something Else?,h Journal of
Japan-Netherlands Institute, No.4, pp.221-246.

[In Japanese]
Kawashima, Takeyoshi (Transcribed by Masayuki Murayama),
gChapter 6 Consciousness of Crime and Punishment,h Horitsu Ronso,
Vol.87, No.6, pp.271-288.

(With Ryo Hamano) Hoshakaigaku [Sociology of Law], 2nd ed.,
Yuhikaku, 220 + xii pp.
(With Yoshiyuki Matsumura, eds.), Hoishiki to Hunso Kodo [Legal
Consciousness and Disputing Behavior]
, Gendai Nihon no Hunso Shori
to Minji Shiho [Dispute Resolution and Civil Justice in Contemporary
Japan], Vol. 1, The University of Tokyo Press.
General Editor, Gendai Nihon no Hunso Shori to Minji Shiho [Dispute
Resolution and Civil Justice in Contemporary Japan]
, 3 Vols., The
University of Tokyo Press.
(With Akira Moriya, Kyoko Ishida, Tomohiko Maeda, Tsuneo Miki, and
Rie Ono) gWagakuni ni okeru Horitsu Sodan Riyo no Jittai [Realities of
the Use of Legal Consultation in Our Country],h Horitsu Ronso, Vol.
83 (1), pp.411-458.

gRikon Mondai Tojisha no tameno Jichitai Sodan Network [Network of
Municipal Consultation Service for Spouses with Divorce Problems],h
Horitsu Ronso, Vol. 82 (2=3), pp.375-407.

(With Tamaki, Teiko, Tomohiko Maeda, Isamu Sugino and Satoshi
Minamikata), gHunso Kodo Internet Chosa no Kihon Shukei [Basic
Findings of an Internet Survey on Disputing Behavior] (1) (2),h Hosei
Riron
, 41(3=4), pp.205-240 and 42(1), pp.157-180.
(Eds. with Daniel Foote, Shozo Ota and Hamano Ryo), Hoshakigaku no
Shin Sedai [New Generation of the Sociology of Law]
, Yuhikaku.
gNihon ni okeru Bengoshi Riyo Patahn no Tokucho: Hoka Shakai ni
okeru Hunso Shori to Minji Shiho [Characteristics of the Japanese
Legal Service Market for Individuals: Civil Justice and Dispute
Resolution in the Legalizing Society in a Comparative Perspective],h
Hoshakaigaku [Sociology of Law], Vol.70, pp.23-46.
gMondai Keiken to Mondai Shori Kodo no Kokusai Hikaku ? Nichi Bei Ei
no Data kara [International Comparison of Problem Experience and
Problem Solving Behavior ? Based on Japanese, U.S. and England &
Wales Data],h in Kojima Takeshi Sensei Koki Kinen: Minji Shiho no Hori
to Seisaku [Festschrift for Professor Takeshi Kojima: Theories and
Policies of the Civil Justice]
, Vol.2, pp.1119-1149.
(With Ryo Hamano) Hoshakaigaku [Sociology of Law], Yuhikaku, 203 + xii pp.
gHoka Shakai no Rikon Chotei [Divorce Mediation in the Legalizing
Society],hKazoku Shakai to Ho [Family, Society and Law], No.16,
pp.159-190.
gNihongata Keiji Shiho Katei no Tokucho ? Hikakuteki Kanten kara
[Characteristics of the Japanese Criminal Justice Process ? From a
Comparative Point of View],h in Matsuo Koya Sensei Koki Shukuga
Ronbunshu [Festschrift for Professor Matsuo]
, Vol.2, Yuhikaku,
pp.25-46.
gHoritsu Gyomu no Shakai Soshiki to Keiji Bengo ? Sapporo/Aomori
Chosa kara [The Social Organization of Lawyering and Criminal
Defense Practice ? Research in Sapporo and Aomori],h Chiba Hogaku
Ronshu [Chiba Journal of Law and Politics]
, Vol.10, No.3, pp.161-312.
gHanzai no Ninchi/Kenkyo to Keisatsu Sairyo [Clearance of Crimes
and Police Discretion],h in Ishimura Zensuke Sensei Koki Kinen Ronshu
[Festschrift for Professor Zensuke Ishimura]
, Nihon Hyoronsha,
pp.373-391.
gHoritsuka to Seigi no Jitsugen [The Legal Profession and the
Realization of Justice],h in Takao Tanase (ed.), Gendai Hoshakaigaku
Nyumon [Introduction to Modern Sociology of Law]
, Horitsu Bunkasha,
pp.207-236.
Keira Keisatsu no Kenkyu [A Study of the Patrol Police], Seibundo,
482+v pp.