Law

Law

Mission Statement

  1. By making full use of the traditions and characteristics of a Liberal Arts education, we aim to cultivate students who can contribute to global issues using an interdisciplinary attitude, making empirical yet canonical speculations from the perspective of positive law, theoretical law, comparative law and basic law.
  2. Students will work and be educated on basic, developmental, and advanced research that deal with juristic issues on the international, domestic and regional level such as effective and equitable resolution of various complex conflicts, promotion and securement of human rights, the realization of governance by law, a smoothly operating civil society, and the establishment of citizen autonomy.
  3. With the cooperation and academic/research activities of faculty members and relevant professors, as well as the assistance of national and international researchers, research institutions, and academic societies, students will contribute to the establishment of an academic network in the field of law.

Learning Goals

  1. Students will develop basic, theoretical and interdisciplinary understandings in the field of law.
  2. Students will acquire the skills to recognize problems, organizational skills, analytical skills, and techniques to write papers and make concrete arguments based on the correct understanding of precedents and theories, as well as creative problem solving skills.
  3. We will provide basic training in the field of law necessary as a foundation for further highly specialized occupational training and academic research.
  4. Students will acquire specialized knowledge to participate extensively in democratic and peaceful societies, both on a national and international level.
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