U.S.-ALI and 

Ritsumeikan Univ. Joint Symposium

on Law and psychology in Asia

10 March 2020

The U.S.-Asia Law Institute,

New york university,



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This is the first time for the U.S.-Asia Law Institute and Ritsumeikan University on Law and Psychology in Asia.....


Time: 10:00 to 17:20
Venue: USALI Meeting Room

10:00-10:15       Opening Remarks by Katherine Wilhelm (USALI)
10:15-11:00       Ira Belkin (USALI)
11:00-11:45       Mitsuyuki INABA (RU) – Innocence Efforts in Japan

 (11:45-13:00 lunch)

13:00-13:30       Chie MORIHISA (RU)  - Prisoner Rights in Japan
13:30-14:00       Ikuo AIZAWA (Rissyo Univ.) - Restorative Justice in Japan


 (14:00-14:15 break)

14:15-14:35       Amy Gao (USALI)
14:35-14:55       Allen Clayton-Greene (USALI)


 (14:55-15:10 break)

15:10-15:25       Yuko YAMASAKI (RU) – Law and Psychology-Eyewitness Testimony
15:25-15:40       Akinori OTANI (RU)  – Criminology-Inmate treatment in Japan
15:40-15:55       Sungeun KIM (RU)  – Civil Law-Gender Issues in South Korea
15:55-16:10       Saki YAMADA (RU)  – Law and Psychology-Innocence Efforts in Japan)
16:10-16:25       Ai ONOHARA (RU) – Clinical psychology in Japan


 (16:25-16:40 break)

16:40-17:20       General Discussion & Closing

We are grateful for the following organizations.
​U.S.-ALI and Ritsumeikan University Joint Symposium on Law and Psychology in Asia is :

Sponsored by
       The U.S. -Asia Law Institute
       Research Funding of Program for International Dissemination of Research Results,     
            Supporting Globalization, Ritsumeikan University

   Asia-Japan Research Institute, Ritsumeikan University

Co-sponsored by
    Institute of Human Sciences, Ritsumeikan University
​        Ritsumeikan Global Innovation Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University