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Articles from Washington University Law Review (September 1, 2011)

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"Chosakan": research judges toiling at the stone fortress. Kamiya, Masako 13321
Concerning the Japanese public's evaluation of Supreme Court justices. Izumi, Tokuji 4837
Constitutional adjudication in Japan: context, structures, and values. Haley, John O. 10629
Constitutional precedents in Japan: a comment on the role of precedent. Matsui, Shigenori 5262
Do school cliques dominate Japanese bureaucracies? Evidence from Supreme Court appointments. Ramseyer, J. Mark 10926
Judicial recruitment and promotion: responses to professors Ramseyer and Repeta. Nishikawa, Shin-Ichi 1239
Judicialization of politics and the Japanese Supreme Court. Matsudaira, Tokujin 4250
Looking through the wrong end of the telescope: the Japanese judicial response to steel partners, Murakami, and Horie. Givens, Stephen 12205
Reserved seats on Japan's Supreme Court. Repeta, Lawrence 13804
Stealth activism: norm formation by Japanese courts. Upham, Frank K. 5701
The Japanese Constitution as law and the legitimacy of the Supreme Court's constitutional decisions: a response to Matsui. Martin, Craig 15013
The role of precedent at Japan's Supreme Court. Itoh, Hiroshi 14202
The Supreme Court and the push for transparency in lower court appointments in Japan. Foote, Daniel H. 8086
The Supreme Court of Japan: commentary on the recent work of scholars in the United States. Fujita, Tokiyasu 8801
Why has judicial review failed in Japan? Law, David S. 19686
Why is the Japanese Supreme Court so conservative? Matsui, Shigenori 21553

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