Law and Politics Course: Course Introduction and Faculty Members

Introduction of Law and Politics Course

Focusing on building practical knowledge that can be utilized in policymaking with the foundation of theories, skills, and ability to think in the fields of law and politics, we train human resources who play a core role in local communities. In addition, we will develop individuals who are equipped with integrated practical knowledge that is academically supported and will be able to take the initiatives and respond to new social issues.

Admission and Diploma policies of the Law and Politics Course

Field of study and research

The Law and Politics Course covers two fields of study: Field of Law, and Field of Politics. The following shows major research areas for each field of study:

FieldMajor research areas
LawConstitution, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Civil Procedure Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Criminology, Criminal Policy, Law, Sociology, Social Law, Industrial Law, International Relations Law
PoliticsPolitical Theory, Political System, Historical Politics, International Cooperation, International Relations

Faculty

Law

Name
Position
Degree
Research Keywords
Course in Charge
Professor
MA
human rights, constitutional precedents, constitutional theory
Lecture on Human Rights
Professor
MA
constitutional law, governing organization, constitutional change
Lecture on Governmental System
Professor
MA
administrative process, administrative control, administrative relief
Lecture on Administrative Law
Professor
MA
property rights, claims, relatives, inheritance
Lecture on Civil LawⅠ・Ⅱ
Associate Professor
MA
commercial law, corporate law, commercial transaction law, corporate governance
Lecture on Commercial Law
Professor
MA
dispute resolution, litigation, ADR, bankruptcy
Lecture on Civil Procedure
Associate Professor
Ph.D.
laws, criminal laws, judicial precedents, interpretations
Lecture on Criminal Law Ⅰ
Professor
Ph.D.
criminal system, crime, punishment, crime control
Lecture on Criminal Law Ⅱ
Professor
Ph.D.
private monopoly, unfair trade restrictions, unfair trade practices
Lecture on Economic Law
Professor
MA
living conditions, rights remedies, policy-making lawsuits, social security law
Lecture on Social Security Law
Professor
MA
International Law, Peace-keeping Operations
Lecture on International Law
Associate Professor
Ph.D.
private international law, international trade law, international economic law
Lecture on Private International Law
Associate Professor
MA
law, morality, law philosophy
Lecture on Jurisprudence
Professor
Ph.D.
law, trial, dispute, legal sociology
Lecture on Sociology of Law

Politics

Name
Position
Degree
Research Keywords
Course in Charge
Professor
MA
politics, thought, history, culture
Lecture on Political Theory
Professor
MA
political system, public policy, data analysis, R
Lecture on Political System
Professor
Ph.D.
ethnic minorities, immigrants and foreign workers
Lecture on History and Politics
Associate Professor
Ph.D.
South Asia, decolonization, Gandhi
Lecture on Asian Area Studies
Associate Professor
Ph.D.
politics methodology, comparative politics, polimetrics, mixed research methods
Lecture on International Cooperation
Associate Professor
Ph.D.
public administration, local government, public policy, emergency management
Lecture on Public Administration
Associate Professor
Ph.D.
Alliance, War, Peace
Lecture on International History

Careers in which graduates are expected to be active

Government employees (policy planning, judicial, legal), legal professionals, corporate legal personnel, career advancement, doctoral students, etc.

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