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Takeo Kosugi
Stockholder, Matsuo & Kosugi
Education & Legal Training:
March 1966:
The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Law
April 1968:
Graduated from the Legal Training and Research Institute
June 1972:
Harvard Law School, LL.M.
September 1974:
Visiting scholar at the Harvard Law School, East Asian
Studies Program
Professional Carriers:
April 1968:
Osaka District Court, Assistant Judge
September 1972:
Kushiro District & Family Court, Assistant Judge
March 1974:
Left judicial office to enter private practic e
April 1974:
Registered as an attorney-at-law with the Tokyo Bar
June 1974:
Joined the Matsuo Law Offices (currently, Matsuo & Kosugi)
August 1975:
Trainee at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP in New
From August to October 1976:
Trainee at S.G. Archibald in Paris
Official Positions:
From 1980 to 1985:
Instructor, Transnational Legal Cases, Legal Training and
Research Institute
Member, Council for Basic Issues regarding Oil Development
under the auspices of the Resources and Energy Agency,
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Member, Council for Basic Issues regarding Construction
Project in Foreign Countries, Ministry of Construction
From 1986 to 1990:
Executive Member, Conflict of Laws Division, Legislative
Council of the Ministry of Justice
From 1993 to 2000:
Instructor, University of Tsukuba, Graduate School of
Management Science and Public Policy Studies in the study
of international economic law
From 1996:
Executive Auditor, Japan Association of Financial Law
From 1996:
Director, International Civil and Commercial Centre (ICCLC)
Instructor, Waseda University, Graduate School of Law, in
the study of United States civil procedure
From 1997 to 1999:
President, LAWASIA (The Law Association for Asia and the
From 1997:
Vice-president, Friends of LAWASIA Association in Japan
From September 2001:
Director, Japanese American Society for Legal Studies
From 1999 to September 2008:
Public Interest Member, Central Labour Relations
Commission for Seafarers
From January 2007 to September 2008:
President, Central Labour Relations Commission for Seafarers
From March 13, 2009:
Member, Council for Transport Policy, Ministry of Land,
Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Major Books and Articles:
Collected Works Vol. I: “American Society and Law” (Commercial Law Center, Inc.,
Collected Works Vol. II: “Internationalization of Legal Services” (Commercial Law
Center, Inc., 1995)
Collected Works Vol. III: “Laws in the Era of Asia” (Commercial Law Center, Inc.,
Co-editor: “Reading People’s Daily Articles – China’s eighteen years to build new
legislations” (Shinzansha, December 2004)
Co-editor: “The Decision Making of the United States Supreme Court 1993 -2005”
(University of Tokyo Press, 2007)
Joint-translation: David G. Epstein’s “Debtor-Creditor Law in a Nutshell 2nd edition”
(Commercial Law Center, Inc., 1984)
Major Areas of Practice:
Corporate, International Business Transactions, Domestic & International Bankruptcy,
Litigation, Arbitration
Attachment: CV in Japanese