Academics

Features

  • Law School and Business School

    Law School and Business School

    Shinichiro Toyama
    Member of Dai-Ichi Tokyo Bar Association
    Professor, Graduate School of Law, Chuo University
    Areas of Specialization: Corporation Compliance, Modern Contract Law, Illegal Action Compensation Law (traffic accidents, medical accidents, nuclear accidents, etc.), Domestic Relations Case Procedure Act, Labor Law, Insolvency Proceeding Law, Financial Legal Affairs, Antitrust Act, Personal Information Protection Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Legal Economics

 

Faculties

In the 130 years since its founding as the English Law School, Chuo University has evolved into one of the most prestigious universities in Japan, with six faculties, eight graduate schools, and three professional graduate schools, in addition to nine research institutes, and it has produced a great number of outstanding graduates.

Even so, Chuo is not content to rest on its long tradition and numerous achievements, but is constantly striving to revise and improve its faculties and departments and to update its curriculum in response to the trends of the time.