ローレンス・レペタ Professor Lawrence Repeta   (J.D.)
● 研究歴・職歴
2010 – present


2008 – 2010



2004 – 2009


2003 – 2004



2001 – 2003
Professor, responsible to teach courses in American and international law, Faculty of Law, Meiji University, Japan

Visiting Professor, University of Washington Law School, Seattle, WA. USA  (Garvey Schubert Visiting Professor of Asian Law)

Professor, responsible to teach courses in U.S. law and to co-direct the Legal Clinic in Freedom of Information at Omiya Law School, Japan

Abe Fellow, conducted research in open government law at the National Security Archive, Washington, D.C.  (www.nsarchive.org) sponsored by the Center for Global Partnership (www.cgp.org)

Director, Temple University Law School Program in Japan and Associate Dean, Temple University Japan


● 学位
 J.D. (University of Washington Law School, 1979)

● 主な業績
2013


2011


2011


2011


2010




2008

“Japan’s Judicial System Reform Council and the ‘Rule of Law’,” Journal of the Japanese Association of the Sociology of Law, Vol. 78  

“Law and Society,” in Bestor and Bestor (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Japanese Culture and Society (Routledge)

“Reserved Seats on Japan’s Supreme Court,” Washington University Law Journal, Vol. 88

“Citizens: The Founders of Japan’s Freedom Information Movement,” Meiji Law Journal, Vol. 18

“The 1949 Attorneys Law –Private Lawyers Gain Autonomy, Foreign Lawyers Find a New Path to the Bar, in Haley (ed.) Law and Practice in Postwar Japan: The Postwar Reforms and Their Influence (Blakemore Foundation and International House of Japan)

“Mr. Madison in the 21st Century – The Global Diffusion of Freedom of Information Laws,” in Watanabe and McConnell (eds.) Soft Power in Action: National Assets in Japan and the United States  (M.E. Sharpe)