Washington University Global Studies Law Review
This Essay explores the criteria for judging the significance of change brought about by legal reform through the examination of two significant areas in Japan about which Haley has written in the Heisei article and elsewhere: the role of lawyers and corporate governance.
Bruce E. Aronson,
Changes in the Role of Lawyers and Corporate Governance in Japan—How Do We Measure Whether Legal Reform Leads to Real Change?,
Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev.