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Administrative Staff

  • Ms. Kumiko INOUE
  • Ms. Yoshie YAMAJI

Prof. Akira SAITO齋藤 彰 教授

Prof. Akira SAITO
Profile
  • LL.M. (1989, University of Aberdeen; 1983, Kobe University)
  • 1988 Lecturer, Setsunan University
  • 1993 Associate Professor, Kansai University
  • 2001 Professor, Kobe University
Research Theme
International Business Law, Private International Law

Prof. Keith CARPENTERキース・カーペンター 教授

Prof. Keith CARPENTER
Profile
  • B.A. (1978, Cambridge University), M.A. (Cambridge University)
  • 1982 Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales
  • 1982 Lawyer, Slaughter & May, London
  • 1985 Partner, McKenna & Co., Bahrain
  • 1989 Lawyer, Clifford Chance, Tokyo
  • 1994 Director – Head of Legal Services, DKB International plc, London
  • 1996 Japan Foundation Certificate of Japanese Language Proficiency, Grade 1
  • 2012 Cambridge University Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • 2015 Professor, Graduate School of Law, Kobe University
Specialization
International financial law, common law, legal English
Website
https://jp.linkedin.com/pub/keith-carpenter/84/78a/351
Message
1.5 billion people speak English in the world but of these only about 25% speak English as their first language. When a businessperson from China has a meeting with a businessperson from Japan, they will probably conduct their meeting in English. If a businessperson from Russia joins them, it is almost certain that the common language will be English. Our GMAP course aims to give students not only a sound foundation in international business law but also the confidence and ability to speak about, listen to, read and write about business law matters in English. Students who have both a sound grasp of business law and the ability to communicate about it in English, will be able to deal with business partners from every country in the world. They will be able to negotiate legally safe transactions and also present strong legal arguments in the event of a dispute.

Prof. Fujio KAWASHIMA川島 富士雄 教授

Prof. Fujio KAWASHIMA
Profile
  • LL.B. (1990, University of Tokyo)
  • 1990 Research Associate, University of Tokyo
  • 1996 Associate Professor, Kanazawa University
  • 2005 Associate Professor, Nagoya University
  • 2011 Professor, Nagoya University
  • 2015 Professor, Kobe University
Research Theme
International Economic Law, Competition Law in Asian Countries
Website
Official: http://www.law.kobe-u.ac.jp/graduate/faculty/professor/kawashima.html
Private: https://fujiokawashima.wordpress.com/
Message
Since 1990, I have been tackling research topics including: the WTO dispute settlement system, legal reform after China’s accession to the WTO, and development of competition law in Asian countries. For a decade, I have been supervising in English a lot of foreign students who were interested in WTO law and competition law. Taking advantage of such experience, I would like to invite you to the study of international economic law and/or competition law. In GMAP, I am in charge of coordinating and lecturing courses such as WTO Law and Asian Competition Law. Please feel free to visit my office if you are interested in the above-mentioned topics, regardless whether you are taking these courses.

Prof. Yukio OKITSU興津 征雄 教授

Associate Prof. Yukio OKITSU
Profile
  • LL.M. (2005, University of Paris II; 2002, University of Tokyo)
  • 2005 Associate Professor, Kobe University
  • 2016 Professor, Kobe University
Research Theme
Administrative Law, Global Administrative Law
Website
http://researchmap.jp/okitsu.yukio/

Prof. Mari TAKEUCHI 竹内 真理 教授

Prof. Mari TAKEUCHI
Profile
  • LLB, LLM (Kyoto University), PhD (University of Glasgow)
  • 2002 Assistant Professor, Okayama University
  • 2004 Associate Professor, Okayama University
  • 2015 Professor, Okayama University
  • 2017 Professor, Kobe University
Research Theme
Public International law, Theory of State Jurisdiction, International Criminal Law
Website
https://researchmap.jp/read0084909
Message
My research interests include jurisdiction of States, especially the issues of extraterritoriality in various fields of law (international criminal law, corruption, sanction law, data protection). At the GMAP, I am in charge of the Public International Law course as a coordinator. Studying public international law helps you put things in perspective, even if you pursue your career in business law or private law. I would be happy to advise you and liaise you with the course.