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Hitoshi Aoki Masahiro Hashimoto Tsuneo Matsumoto
Takeshi Mizubayashi Seigo Mori Susumu Morimura
Wang Yunhai Susumu Yamauchi Jiro Yashiki

Name Hitoshi Aoki
Title Professor
Brief career history
(educational background / degree)

1989      Completion of Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Law
      doctoral course after acquiring credits
1990      Research Assistant, Hitotsubashi University Faculty of Law
1991      Lecturer, Kanto Gakuin University
1995      Associate Professor, Hitotsubashi University
2002      Professor, Hitotsubashi University
      Doctor of Philosophy (Law), Hitotsubashi University

Specialization Comparative Law
Message My career as a researcher started when I was a graduate student of criminal law, but by chance I came to be in charge of comparative legal culture. It is particularly interesting to catch a glimpse of culture through the window called the law. In regard to education, I believe that the seminar is the pillar of university education, and it is my policy to make no shortcuts of time or effort when it comes to seminar guidance. Exchange with seminar students continues even after graduation, which I think is a kind of enjoyment that is special to Hitotsubashi University.