Professor Martin to Teach at Osaka University in Japan
Craig Martin, associate professor of law, arrived last week at Osaka University Graduate School of Law and Politics in Osaka, Japan, where he is to spend a month as a Visiting Professor. He will be conducting research on the war-renouncing provision of Japan's Constitution and teaching an introductory course on Anglo-American Constitutional Law. Professor Martin himself graduated with an LL.M. from Osaka University Graduate School of Law and Politics, and returns frequently to teach and conduct research there.
While there he will also give a faculty seminar on the current constitutional amendment debate in Japan, and will speak to students of the law school on the legal market in the North America.
Professor Martin will also be visiting colleagues informally at the National Defense College, Aoyama Gakuin Law School, and Waseda University Law School in Tokyo.