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Prime Time for Japan to Take Another Step Forward in Lay Participation: Exploring Expansion to Civil Trials, 46 Akron Law Review 641 (2013). Westlaw
Improving the Process: Transnational Litigation and the Application of Private Foreign Law in U.S. Courts, 45 New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 1111 (2013). Westlaw
Reducing Legal Risks: Online Commerce, Information Security, and the World, 33 Wyoming Lawyer 24 (October 2010). Westlaw
U.S. Legal Education Methods and Ideals: Application to the Japanese and Korean Systems, 18 Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law 295 (2010). Westlaw
Art of Trial Advocacy, in Trial Advocacy Techniques, Second Edition Nihon Hyoronsha (2009).
U.S. Legal Education Methods and Ideals: Application to the Japanese and Korean Systems, Kyunghee University Law Journal (December 2009).
Foreword: Keys for Corporate Legal Departments to Respond to Globalization, Business Law Journal, Lexis-Nexis (August 2008).
Art of Trial Advocacy, in Trial Advocacy Techniques, Nihon Hyoronsha (2007).
Effective Advocacy: The Dawn of Criminal Jury Trials in Japan, Liberty & Justice (Jiyu to Seigi) Japan Federation B. Ass'ns J. (May 2006).
Japan, in Governments of the World, Macmillan Press (2005).
Report Concerning Attorney Fee Shifting to Non-Prevailing Litigants -- Essence of Fee Shifting and Invalidating Unreasonable Attorney Fee Agreements under American Law -- Dangers of Allowing Fee Shifting Agreements, Liberty & Justice (Jiyu to Seigi) Japan Fed. Bar Assoc. J. (October 2004).
Investigative Report on Attorney Fees Shifting in the United States, co-authored with Satomi Ushijima, Esq. of the Japanese Federation of Bar Associations. This report was presented to Japanese Diet members in conjunction with proposed legislation on attorney fee shifting (2004).
Civil Litigation: Dangers of Shifting Attorneys' Fees to Non-Prevailing Parties, Asahi Newspaper (October 2, 2004).
E-Toransu, Skills-Based Legal Education: The Next "Tsunami" in Japan (June 2004).
Seeking to Change Society Through Legal Reform in Japan,” forthcoming chapter in Contemporary Japan (Routledge, forthcoming 2014).