Ejima Akiko

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Name
Ejima Akiko
Affiliation
Meiji University
Section
School of Law
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Law(Meiji University), Master of Law(Meiji University)

Research Areas

 
 

Committee Memberships

 
Nov 2012
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Today
International Human Rights Law Association
 
Nov 2009
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Nov 2012
International Human Rights Law Association
 
Oct 2009
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Oct 2011
General Secretary
 
Nov 2003
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Today
International Human Rights Law Association
 

Published Papers

 
Problems of Political Funding and Arguments for the Introducion of the Public Funding for Political Parties in the United Kingdom (1)
Senkyo   49(3) 19-28   1996
The Significance of the Individual Petition System of the International Human Rights Protection in the Spheres of the International Law and the Constitutional Law -the European Convention on Human Rights and the United Kingdom-
Houritsu Jiho (Nihon Hyoron-sha)   68(4) 83-88   1996
The Domestic Implementation of the International Human Rights Treaties-A New Dimension in the English Court (3)
Akiko Ejima
Women's College Journal , Meiji University   65 55-113   Mar 1999
The Domestic Implementation of the International Human Rights Treaties-A New Dimension in the English Court (2)
Akiko Ejima
Women's College Journal,Meiji University   64 1-72   Mar 1999
Watching Eyes on the Constitution Review Council
Houritsu Jiho,Nihon Hyoronsha   72(5) 1(57)   May 2000

Misc

 
Emerging Transjudicial Dialogue on Human Rights in Japan: Does it contribute in making a hybrid of national and international human rights norms?
Meiji Law School Review   (14) 139-167   Mar 2014
A New Bill of Rights in the United Kingdom-A New Development in the 1980's-
Memoirs of the Graduate School Meiji University   (26) 15-28   1989
The Reform of the Law of Contempt of Court in the United Kingdom and the European Convention on Human Rights
Memoirs of the Graduate School Meiji University   (27) 21-40   1990
The Protection of Freedom of Expression in the Judiciary of the United Kingdom-Freedom of Expression as 'Residual' Liberty and as a Public Interest-
Memoirs of the Graduate School Meiji University   (28) 53-71   1991
A New Development of the Margin of Appreciation Doctine in the European Court of Human Rights
Memoirs of the Graduate School Meiji University   (29) 55-73   1992

Books etc

 
A Possible Cornerstone for an Asian Human Rights Court: The Deliberative Nature of the Dialogue between Comparative Constitutional Law and International Human Rights Law (a.k.a. Global Human Rights Law)
Constitutional Court of Korea   2016   
Japanese Efforts to Have a Secrecy Law and a 'National Security Council' - A Runner Who Is One Lap Behind, or Good Things Come to Those Who Wait?
Elger   2016   
A Possibility of the Muti-layered Human Rights Implementation System Underpinned by the Simultaneous Codification of the Constitution of Japan and the International Human Rights Treaty
Springer   2014   
From the west to the east: migration of surveillance policy
Fergal Davis, Nicola McGarrity and George Williams (eds)
Routledge   2014   
A New Development of Human Rights Theory Relationship between the International Human Rights Treaty and the Constitutional Law from a Perspective of International Protection of Human Rights
Keibundo   1994   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Global jurists for drafting constitutional law - Japanese experiences of the Meiji Constitution (1889) and the present Constitution of Japan (1946) [Invited]
the Global Jurists Seminar Three - Comparisons, Transplants, Migrations   25 Jan 2017   Law School, Queen Mary University of London
Free Speech in Japan and International Human Rights Law
Joint East Asian Studies Conference 2016   9 Sep 2016   Joint East Asian Studies
Double Constitutional Migration of the Religious Freedom and Judicial Review: Comparative Constitutional Dialogue at the Supreme Court of Japan [Invited]
Constitutionalism, Religious Freedom and Human Rights: Constitutional Migration, Transjudicialism beyond the North Atrantic   5 Jun 2015   Mijram Kunkler (Princeton University), Shylashri Shankar (Centre for Policy Research) and Tine Stein (University of Kiel)
"Constitution, Democracy and Corruption: Three Models To Tackle Political Corruption"
"Fifth Congress of the International Association of Constitutional Law, Rotterdam, the Netherlands"
"Fifth Congress of the International Association of Constitutional Law (Rotterdam, the Netherlands)"   14 Jul 1999   the International Association of Constitutional Law
"The Impact of ""Europeanisation of Law"" upon Non-European Countries from the Perspective of Human Rights"
"European Academy of Legal Theory: Epistemology and Methodology of Comparative Law (Brussels, Belgium)"   25 Oct 2002   European Academy of Legal Theory

Teaching Experience

 
 

Works

 
Mohan Compendium of Japanese Law 2015
The Others   Nov 2014
Mohan Compendium of Japanese Law 2014
The Others   Nov 2013
Mohan Compendium of Japanese Law 2013
The Others   Nov 2012
New Handbook on Case Law
The Others   Aug 2012
Mohan Compendium of Japanese Law 2012
"Toru NAKAJIMA, Akiko EJIMA et al"   The Others   Nov 2011

Research Grants & Projects

 
Comparative and Empirical Study on Multi-layer Human Rights Protection System
Project Year: Apr 2010 - Mar 2014    Investigator(s): Akiko Ejima
National Human Rights Institutions
Project Year: 2010   
Harmonization and its Limit of the Human Rights Norm in the European Region
Project Year: Apr 2008 - Mar 2011    Investigator(s): Kaoru Obata
The Reception and Developments of Western Constitutional Theory in Asia : the Comparative Research of Japanese and Taiwanese Constitutional Law
Project Year: Apr 2007 - Mar 2009    Investigator(s): Motonari Imaseki
Reconsideration on the Westminster Model Constitutions and the Future of Constitutionalism
Project Year: Apr 2006 - Mar 2009    Investigator(s): Yukio Matsui