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HAYASHI Makiko

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FacultyDepartment of Law / Graduate School of Law
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Last Updated :2020/09/30

Education and Career

Education

  •  - 1997 , Osaka University, Graduate School of Law
  •  - 1992 , Hosei University, Faculty of Law
  •  - 1992 , Hosei University, Faculty of Law

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2011 ,  - 現在, Professor, Faculty of Law, Kindai University
  •   2011 ,  - 現在, Faculty of Law, Kindai University
  •   2004 ,  - 2011 , Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Kindai University
  •   2000 ,  - 2004 , Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Kindai University
  •   2004 , Faculty of Law, Kindai University
  •   2000 , Faculty of Law, Kindai University
  •   1997 , School of Law, Osaka University
  •   1997 ,  - 2000 , Research Associate, Faculty of Law; Graduate School of Law, OSAKA University

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, Legal theory and history

Research Interests

  • Japanese Legal History

Conference Activities & Talks

  • The Reception of Law and the Professionalisation of Legal Practices, HAYASHI Makiko, International Meeting on Law and Society Mexcio City,   2017 06 22
  • Individual Labour Disputes and the Use of Courts in the Early Meiji Period, HAYASHI Makiko,   2014 01 25

Misc

  • Constructing the legal profession in modern Japan, HAYASHI Makiko, Proceedings of the SOAS/TUFS Postgraduate Symposium : London, 20-21 February 2006,   2006
  • Money deposits in the Early Meiji Era : Types of civil cases, The Law Review of Kinki University, 48, 3・4, 89, 118,   2001
  • On the Process of Change from Kankai Conciliation to Tokusoku Mahnver fahren in the Meiji Era, Legal History Review (Hoseishi Kenkyu), 48, 61, 92,   1999
  • The Function of the Kankai(Civil Conciliation)in civil Procedures during Meiji Era, OSAKA LAW REVIEW, 46, 6, 193, 222,   1997
  • The Kankai Abolished-A Process of Disintegration of the Kankai(Civil Conciliation)in the Meiji Era-, OSAKA LAW REVIEW, 46, 1, 141, 180,   1996

Research Grants & Projects

  • Study on the History of Dispute Processing in Japan(during Meiji Era)