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Judicial System Transformation in the Globalizing World: Korea and Japan...
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Author name Dai-Kwon Choi & others
 Publication Date 2007.07.10
 Language English
 Format hardcover
 Pages 440 pages
 ISBN 978-89-521-0789-3
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The challenges and the demands for change wrought by globalization did not leave the legal and judicial
systems of the two neighboring countries in the Far East, Japan and the Republic of Korea, untouched in its wake.
This study is the first ever undertaking to provide a sociological account for how similarly or differently
their respective legal systems and professions have coped with and/or resisted those challenges and demands with
respect to civil litigation, judicial career patterns, corporate practice, and judicial reform, especially the recent
introduction of each country's new law school system.

More specifically, a comparative analysis of two legal system, both of which were based on the Civil Law model,
raises interesting questions such as: Are these two legal system still similar today?
If they exhibit any differences, what are those differences and to what extent?
What elements may account for those still remaining similarities and those differences that these similarities
and differences be attributed to legal culture?

The co-editors, Professors Dai-Kwon Choi and Kahei Rokumoto, both of whom are leading legal sociologists in
their respective countries and of international high repute, each contribute some key chapters to this book.
 
Dai-Kwon Choi



Judicial System Transformation in the Globalizing World: Korea and Japan
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.07.10) Except numbers
Dohyun Kim



Judicial System Transformation in the Globalizing World: Korea and Japan
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.07.10) Except numbers
Hiroshi Takshashi



Judicial System Transformation in the Globalizing World: Korea and Japan
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.07.10) Except numbers
Ichiro Ozaki



Judicial System Transformation in the Globalizing World: Korea and Japan
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.07.10) Except numbers
Kahei Rokumoto



Judicial System Transformation in the Globalizing World: Korea and Japan
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.07.10) Except numbers
Kuk-Woon Lee



Judicial System Transformation in the Globalizing World: Korea and Japan
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.07.10) Except numbers
Ryo hamano



Judicial System Transformation in the Globalizing World: Korea and Japan
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.07.10) Except numbers
Sanghie Han



Judicial System Transformation in the Globalizing World: Korea and Japan
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.07.10) Except numbers
Seung Heum Hwang



Judicial System Transformation in the Globalizing World: Korea and Japan
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.07.10) Except numbers
 
Preface

Part I Institutional and Historical Settings and Problems
Chapter 1 Legal System: Korea _ Dai-Kwon Choi
Chapter 2 The Japanese Judicial System: Institutions and Issues _ Kahei Rokumoto

Part II Management of Growing Civil Lawsuits
Chapter 3 Civil Litigation in Korea: Trends and Analysis _ Dohyun Kim and Sanghie Han
Chapter 4 Civil Litigation in Postwar Japan _ Ichiro Ozaki

Part III The Legal Profession and Career Patterns of Lawyers
Chapter 5 Career Patterns of the Korean Legal Profession _ Dohyun Kim and Seung Heum Hwang
Chapter 6 Career Patterns of Japanese Judges _ Hiroshi Takahashi

Part IV Response to Corporate Legal Needs
Chapter 7 Corporate Lawyers in Korea: An Analysis of the "Big 4" Law Firms in Seoul _ Kuk-Woon Lee
Chapter 8 The Development of Corporate Legal Practice in Japan: The Changing Relationship between the State, Business and Lawyers _ Ryo Hamano

Part V Judicial Reform: Processes, Achievements and Prospects
Chapter 9 Judicial Reform in Perspective with Particular Focus on Legal Education _ Dai-Kwon Choi
Chapter 10 Justice System Reform in Japan: Its Background and Process _ Kahei Rokumoto

Part VI Conclusion
Chapter 11 Some Comparative Observations _ Kahei Rokumoto
Chapter 12 Concluding Remarks _ Dai-Kwon Choi

Reference
Index
 
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