The Faculty of Law
- Department of Law (2018 enrollment limit: 450 students) Established in 1967
The aim is to develop individuals who can make their mark in the legal profession, government or business with a legal mind. By fostering legal expertise, a legal perspective, and the capacity to apply logic and problem solving in a fair manner, students develop an eye for qualitatively obser ving life and society.
Study Law from Lecturers Actively Involved in Society Today.
Gain a Local Perspective through Kobe-centered Lectures.
A Curriculum Suited to Today's Information-intensive, Global Society.
Department of Law
Legal Professional Course
Corporate Law Course
A network and facilities to experience and master the "living law"
Hyogo-ken Bar Association lectures
Hyogo Shiho-Shoshi Lawyer's Association lectures
Gyoseishoshi Lawyer's Association of Hyogo lectures
Conducted by attorneys, judicial and administrative scriveners, these lectures address a range of experience-based issues, actual cases and procedures, which our expert lecturers cover in detail.
International relations lectures
Consulate staff and diplomats are invited to give lectures which are a chance for students to gain access to "living information." In the increasingly globalized present day these prove invaluable experiences.
In a classroom that simulates a courtroom, students' practical competency is developed through exercises in court procedures.
It is also possible to record courtroom action and to review class content.
Detailed information is available in the Faculty of Law newsletter.
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