Washington University Law Review
The Article focuses on the author's views about the judicial decision making of the Japanese Supreme Court. It presents a comparative study of the constitutional adjudication in Japan, the U.S. and Western Europe. It outlines the provisions which differ the Japanese Constitution from the others including the freedom of occupation guarantee and the protection of individual rights.
John Owen Haley,
Constitutional Adjudication in Japan: Context, Structures, and Values,
88 Wash. U. L. Rev. 1467
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