Course of the Legal Profession

Our law school specializes in training prospective lawyers who have a close relationship with their local community. It is not a simply preparatory course for the bar examination but aims to train future lawyers who have both practical legal skills and an understanding of citizen perspectives. To accommodate students' various future goals in the legal profession, there are two tracks in the course: Communities and Corporations, and Citizens and Local Governments.
Our faculty includes legal specialists with experience as lawyers, judges, and public prosecutors in addition to scholars. With their support, we offer ample opportunities for hands-on legal practice, drawing on a framework of instruction that balances theoretical knowledge and practical application.

* Ceased recruiting students in the 2016 academic year