The law school admission process is involved. Combining information on a random sample of 1605 Japanese legal professionals and on all 2502 judges employed between 1971 and 2001, we find evidence consistent with these hypotheses: after the political disaster of 1993, the recruitment of young attorneys from elite universities lagged, while the number of early resignations increased.
Beyond the classroom, students provide essential support to college producing slicing-edge analysis and influencing the event of the regulation and of societies world wide. J. Mark Ramseyer, Nuclear Reactors in Japan: Who Asks for Them, What Do They Do?, Eur.
Rutherford B. Hayes (law school), George W...Read More