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Features

2018.06.28

Coming into My Own as a Female Lawyer—Life as a Small-town Lawyer at the Kumagaya Branch

Coming into My Own as a Female Lawyer—Life as a Small-town Lawyer at the Kumagaya Branch Aoi Namaizawa
Attorney
Instructor of Legal Practice, Chuo Law School

2018.06.28

Government Career, Legal Career

Government Career, Legal Career Hitoshi Iwata
Attorney
Instructor of Legal Practice, Chuo Law School

2018.06.11

“Free” as a Business Model

“Free” as a Business Model Toshiya Jitsuzumi
Professor, Faculty of Policy Studies, Chuo University
Areas of Specialization: communications policy, communications economics, internet economics and industrial policy

2018.06.01

Transferring from University to Kasumigaseki—My Work at an Investigatory Organization

Transferring from University to Kasumigaseki—My Work at an Investigatory Organization Dr. iur. Toshiyuki Ishikawa
Full-time Member of the Japan Transport Safety Board
(former Professor in the Chuo Law School)

2018.05.29

Considering the Issue of Falsification of Public Records — from the Perspective of a Historical Researcher

Considering the Issue of Falsification of Public Records — from the Perspective of a Historical Researcher Junichi Miyama
Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters, Chuo University
Areas of Specialization: Modern Japanese History and Archival Science

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