Santa Clara University School of Law: Tokyo - Summer Abroad in Tokyo, Japan

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Doing Business in Japan (Required – 4 units): There are three components that constitute the singular core class of Doing Business in Japan.The program begins with an introduction to the Japanese Legal System, which in the past has been taught by ... read more

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Doing Business in Japan (Required – 4 units): There are three components that constitute the singular core class of Doing Business in Japan.The program begins with an introduction to the Japanese Legal System, which in the past has been taught by Professors Taniguchi and Abe. Students will explore court structures and basic principles of the civil law as adopted in Japan. The following weeks will include a lecture on Regulation of International Trade (in the past taught by Professor Matsushita) and an introduction to international contracts and financing by Professor Jimenez.  The classes will be held at the Asia Center of Japan. The students will be evaluated by an examination administered by each professor.

Academic Program: May 29-June 20 (4-5 Units)
Optional Internship: June 26- July 28 (4 Units)

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
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