No. 43 September 2010
Lay Judge System


Focus: Lay Judge System

Emergence of Citizen Participation in Trials in Japan: Background and Issues
Defying Experts' Predictions, Identifying Themselves as Sovereign: Citizens' Responses to Their Service as Lay Judges in Japan
UNO Shigeki
The Lay Judge System as Viewed from a Political Context
Kawai Mikio
The Impact of the Lay Judge System on Japanese Criminal Justice
Dimitri Vanoverbeke
The Taisho Jury System: A Didactic Experience

ISS Research Reports

Kudo Akira
A Personal Historiography of Japanese-German/Euro-Asian Relations
Owan Hideo
Incentive Pay or Windfalls? A Change in Invention Remuneration Policies among Japanese Firms

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