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Japanese Law in Context: Readings in Society, the Economy, and Politics (Curtis J. Milhaupt, J. Mark Ramseyer & Michael K. Young eds., Harvard Univ. Asia Ctr. 2001).

Abstract: This is a wide-ranging selection of 130 readings in Japanese law. The essays, extracted from previously published books and articles, cover subjects including historical context, the civil law tradition, the legal services industry, dispute resolution, constitutional law, contracts, torts, criminal law, family law, employment law, corporate law, and economic regulation. This unique collection of readings is accompanied by the texts of the Japanese constitution and other basic laws.