Brazil-Japan Litigation and Society Seminar 2

BRAZIL-JAPAN LITIGATION AND SOCIETY SEMINAR  2

Cultural Diversity and Global Challenges

Building on the success of its first edition that took place in Shinshu University, Matsumoto campus, Japan, on January 2018, the 2nd edition of the BRAZIL-JAPAN LITIGATION AND SOCIETY SEMINAR will bring together professors and researchers from opposite sides of the world to discuss the Cultural Diversity and Global Challenges in the Faculty of Law of the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The event is being organized by Shinshu University and University of Sao Paulo as part of a joint research project about litigation in Japan and in Brazil. Our aim is that this second event could offers opportunities for researchers to exchange ideas about the cultural diversity and global challenges and other related topics in a comparative perspective.    

Topics for the two-day seminar include recent developments in Alternative Dispute Resolutions, Labor Labor, Social Security Law, Criminal Law, among others.  

The Seminar is also intended for postgraduate students of law and young professors dealing with questions of comparative law related to Brazil and Japan in the course of their work.

University of Sao Paulo – Faculty of Law (Largo São Francisco)

Largo São Francisco, 95 – Centro, Sao Paulo City, Sao Paulo State, Zip Code: 01005-010