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Komazawa University Faculty of Law

駒澤大学 法学部, コマザワダイガク ホウガクブ
Representive : Dean of a department, YAMADA Yasuhiko
Establishment year: 1964
Address: 1-23-1 Komazawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-8525 Japan
Telephone number: +81-3-3418-9415
FAX number: +81-3-3418-9127
Organization/Research department name (1):
  • 2, Department of Law, Department of Political Science
History (2):
  • 1964/01
    Komazawa University opens its Faculty of Law.
  • 1972/01
    The Faculty of Law establishes the Department of Political Science.
Purpose of establishment:
The Faculty of Law faithfully follows the basic principle
of the University; "Oneness of Study and Practice"
(GYOGAKU ICHIJO), and earnestly seeks the truth in
the aspects of jurisprudence and political science.
In particular, its aim is to cultivate in students
a mentality for judging and analyzing situations
accurately. In so doing, the Faculty of Law aims for
the universal truth on the one hand, and for the values
responsive to vicissitudes of time on the other hand.
Business overview:
In order to accomplish the aims stated above,
the Faculty of Law has established the Department of Law,
the Department of Political Science and the Evening Degree
Program(the Department of Law). The Department of Law
assigns as required courses Introduction to Law, Japanese
Constitutional Law, General Provisions of the Civil Code,
General Theory of Criminal Law and Corporate Law ;
it offers as elective courses studies in other fields of
Law. The Department of Political Science assigns
Introduction to Political Science, Constitutional Law,
and Principles of Politics as required courses ;
it offers as elective courses Historyof Politics,
Political Institutions and others. The Evening Degree
Program(the Department of Law), because of its limited
extent, assigns only Introduction to Law as a required
Each department has seminars in order to prevent the bad
effects of large scaleeducational programs.
Starting from fiscal year 2000, the day and night
programs will be merged into anew, unified Department of
Parent Organization  (1):
Branch Organization  (2):

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