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Comparative Law Review (Hikaku Hogaku), one of the best Comparative Law Journals in Japan, is published in Japanese three issues a year. The Journal includes articles, essays, lectures, case notes, book reviews, and materials on issues of comparative law. Price: ¥1,800 (20% discount for students and staff of Waseda University)

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Newest Volume: Vol.52 (No. 2)

Vol.52 No.2 (2018.12.1)
Item Title Author pages
[Articles] Development of ‘Uberization’ and the Issues of Labour Law in China Zou Tingyun 1-20
The Local Governments’ Legislative Authority of “Cities Divided into Districts” in China :New Trend of the Constitutional Amendment in 2018 Mizushima Asaho and
Hong Ji
21-55
[Lectures] Henning Rosenau, Informed consent – Illusion oder Realitat des Medizinrechts? translated by Amada Yu 57-79
Urs Kindhauser, Zu Gegenstand und Aufgabe der Strafrechtswissenschaft translated by Nakamichi Yuki
and Koike Naoki
81-103
The Recent Reform on Legal Profession Examination in China Ding Xiangshun 105-116
Nicolas Binctin, Immateriel et droi -Les frontieres de la propriete intellectuelle- translated by Aso Tsukasa 117-137
[Materials] Compte courant d’associe et la validite de la clause de retour a meilleure fortune. Etude sur la jurisuprudence du droit des affaires francais. Shibazaki Satoru 139-152
Developments in the U.S. Supreme Court Jurisprudence(24)I Free Speech and the Disparagement in Lanham Act: Matal v. Tam, 137 S. Ct. 1744 (2017) Research Project on U.S. Supreme Court 153-165
Developments in the U.S. Supreme Court Jurisprudence(24) II Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer: Can the Government Exclude Religious Institutions from General Aid Programs Without Violating the Free Exercise Clause? -Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer, 137 S. Ct. 2012 (2017)- Research Project on U.S. Supreme Court 166-175
Studies of Current Development of European Union Law(1) Headscarf bans at work: Case C-157/15, Achibita v G4S Secure Solutions NV, EU: C: 2017: 203; Case C-188/15, Bougnaoui v Micropole SA, EU: C: 2017: 204. Research Project on Current Development of EU Law 177-185
Studies of Current Development of European Union Law(2) A case on humanitarian visa issues under EU law -Case C-638/16 PPU, X and X v Etat belge, EU: C: 2017: 173 Research Project on Current Development of EU Law 187-197
Wallace Hsin-Chun Wang, Restructuring the Insurer’s Duty of Disclosure: Based on Behavioral Economies translated by Otsuka Hideaki
and Zhanh Yang
199-215
Comparative Research on Regal Remedies in the Civil Procedural Law System(3) Die Ubersicht des Schweizerischen Zivilprozessordnung vom 2011. (3) Research Project on Comparative Research on Regal Remedies in the Civil Procedural Law System 217-244
Development of ‘Uberization’ and the Issues of Labour Law in China Zou Tingyun 245-245
The Local Governments’ Legislative Authority of “Cities Divided into Districts” in China :New Trend of the Constitutional Amendment in 2018 Mizushima Asaho and Hong Ji (Lecturer) 246-247

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