Asian Law Center

Festschrift Conference in Honor of Prof. John O. Haley
Law in Japan and its Role in Asia: Between East and West

John Haley
Professor John O. Haley served as Director of the Asian Law Center from 1974 to 2000. He is one of the nation's outstanding international and comparative law scholars and is widely credited with having popularized Japanese legal studies. In June 2012, Professor Haley was awarded The Order of the Rising Sun (3rd Class) from the Emperor of Japan for his contribution to the discipline of Japanese law and education to Japanese legal professionals and academics.

UW School of Law and the Asian Law Center are pleased to honor Professor Haley by bringing together distinguished scholars and Asian Law Center alumni and friends to discuss the increased role of the judiciary in Japan and Asia in two Festschrift Conferences.

Sponshorship Form

If you are interested in sponsoring the conference, please download this form and return to dseber@uw.edu.

Friday Oct. 19, 2012 at University of Washington School of Law

Agenda here.

Video

Watch a video presentations: Presentation of the Order of the Rising Sun | Haley Speech to UW alumni and friends | Festschrift Conference, Seattle

Professor John O. Haley Excellence in Asian Law Fund

The fund provides support for the UW School of Law's Asian Law Center and its faculty members to conduct research, writing and to run seminars for intellectual exercise and other programs. Also supports law students who are interested in Asian Law. Donate to the Haley Fund.

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Asian Law Center
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Box 353020
4293 Memorial Way
Seattle, WA 98195-3020
(206) 543-2283

Last updated 12/6/2012