Department of Law

In search of the principles of our legal education

Law is a discipline that continually seeks justice by addressing people's worries and suffering. This is what we believe is the starting point of law, and is what we return to in our educational practices.

Point 1  Face-to-face legal education
The first principle of the Department of Law is interactive learning in which students teach and learn from one another, in the spirit of Christianity. From the moment they enter our program, they receive numerous opportunities for interactive learning. This includes seminar courses where students acquire the mindset of the social sciences, which form the basis of law, through mutual teaching and learning in small groups, and required courses where they come together in appropriate numbers to teach and learn from each other and meticulously build a strong foundation in law.

Point 2  Legal education based on “more haste, less speed”
The second principle of the Department of Law is not to neglect the fundamentals of law. Our program is designed to encourage students to not only understand laws that have been codified, but also acquire the perspective to identify laws that are continually being developed in the real world. In an age where the emphasis is on efficiency in learning, we adhere to the spirit of "more haste, less speed.”

Point 3  Legal education - nurturing a large tree
The third principle of the Department of Law is to respect opportunities for students to experience a variety of legal fields. The study of law is like a large tree, with its roots of legal basics deep in the earth, a thick trunk of fundamental laws stretching high into the sky, and a lush foliage of diverse and vibrant laws. Each student independently constructs his or her own academic program, developing an unbiased knowledge of the legal fields, mainly business, public, international, and foreign law.

Campus of Attendance

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