Michigan Law School is delighted to welcome Professor Hisashi Harata as part of its faculty exchange program with the University of Tokyo Faculty of Law.

Professor Harata teaches private international law, international civil procedure, and international commercial arbitration. He specializes in private international law and comparative law, with a focus on the relationship and interaction between the Western legal tradition and Asian legal systems.

Professor Harata will discuss the limitations of the international economy and international financial cooperation as a basis for peace in the 1920s, drawing upon observations made by international financier Junnosuke Inouye on Pre-War Japanese society.

Tuesday, March 21

Noon - 1pm

120 Hutchins Hall

A sushi lunch will be served.

Co-sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, International Law Society, and the Michigan Journal of International Law