Vol. 8 No. 2, March 2009
- The private attorney-general in China: potential and pitfalls.
- Law, society, and medical malpractice litigation in Japan.
- Restrictions on political activity by judges in Japan and the United States: the cases of Judge Teranishi and Justice Sanders.
- Bull-Dog Sauce for the Japanese soul? Courts, corporations, and communities - a comment on Haley's view of Japanese law.
- The good occupation? Law in the allied occupation of Japan.
- Success or failure? Japan's national strategy on intellectual property and evaluation of its impact from the comparative law perspective.
- Japanese commercial transactions and sanctions revisited: Sumitomo v. UFJ.
- Haley and the blowfish.