TSUCHIYA Takatsugu

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Name
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
Affiliation
Kindai University
Section
Faculty of Law Department of Law
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
(BLANK)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1998
Graduate School, Division of Law, Kinki University
 
 
 - 
1988
Faculty of Laws, Kinki University
 

Published Papers

 
Due Process Clause of the United States Constitution and Judicial Recusal Reform
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
42(1) 1-29   Jul 2018   [Invited]
Congressional Investigatory Power and Executive Privilege in the U.S.
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
64(2) 1-68   Nov 2016
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
the law review of Kinki University   62(3・4) 1-41   Mar 2015
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
(2008-2)    Sep 2009   [Refereed]
Tsuchiya Takatsugu
Kinkidaigaku hogaku : the law review of Kinki University   55(2) 37-63   Sep 2007
Tsuchiya Takatsugu
Kinkidaigaku hogaku : the law review of Kinki University   54(3) 410-386   Dec 2006
Tsuchiya Takatsugu
Kinkidaigaku hogaku : the law review of Kinki University   54(2) 302-275   Sep 2006
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Tsuchiya Takatsugu
The Japanese journal of law and political science   40(2) 73-87, A11   May 2004   [Refereed]
This article examines the judicial discipline systems in Japan and the USA. Part 1 provides the practical and theoretical problems of our procedures that are demonstrated in recent cases,such as Fukuoka High Court judge case(200l) and Tokyo High C...
Tsuchiya Takatsugu
Kinkidaigaku hogaku : the law review of Kinki University   50(2) 239-271   Jan 2003
Tsuchiya Takatsugu
The Review of legal and political sciences   38(1) 173-194   Nov 2001
The United States Constitution gives the President the power to make treaties with the advice and consent of the Senate (Art.II, Sec.2, Para.2). The Senate approves a treaty with the concurrence of two-thirds of the Senators present. By adopting s...
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
Annual report, Kinki University Faculty of Engineering Department of General Education   (29) 39-59   Dec 1999
Tsuchiya Takatsugu
Kinkidaigaku hogaku : the law review of Kinki University   47(1) 77-103   Sep 1999
Tsuchiya Takatsugu
Kinkidaigaku hogaku : the law review of Kinki University   46(1) 109-134   Oct 1998
Tsuchiya Takatsugu
Kinkidaigaku hogaku : the law review of Kinki University   44(3) 77-102   Mar 1997
The Impeachiment Power of the U.S.Congress and Judicial Review
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
(26) 63-94   Aug 1995   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Book Review:Disqualifying The High Court:Supreme Court Recusal and The Constitution
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
2017(2) 257-263   Jul 2018   [Refereed]
Case Note:Williams v. Pennsylvania,136 S.Ct.1899(2016)
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
2017(1) 129-133   Oct 2017   [Refereed]
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
2016(1) 134-139   Sep 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
Annual report, Kinki University Faculty of Engineering Department of General Education   34 11-21   Dec 2004
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
Annual report, Kinki University Faculty of Engineering Department of General Education   33(33) 67-76   Dec 2003
近畿大学工学部紀要 人文・社会科学篇   (30) 47-58   Dec 2000

Conference Activities & Talks

 
TT600109   Sep 2008   
Congress and Judicial Discipline System
May 2008   
Judicial Reviw of the Bush Administration's foreign Power
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
TT600109   Dec 2004   
Foreign affairs power and the U.S. constitution
TT600109   Dec 2003   
Development of judicial disciplime system in U.S.
Oct 2002   
Constitutional Basis of Congressional Approval Power to International Agree-ments
TT600109   Jun 2001   
Constitutional Basis of US Congress Power to Approve International Agreements
TT600109   Sep 2000   
Judicial Impeachment System in Japan
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
TT600109   Sep 2000   
Impeachment System in The U.S.
TT600109   Sep 1999   
Constitutional limits of the U.S House's Rule Making Power
TT600109   Jun 1998   
U.S. Congress's Impeachment Power and Judicial Revew
TSUCHIYA Takatsugu
TT600109   Dec 1995   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Constitutional Power of U.S. Congress
0130 (Japanese Only)

Others

 
Apr 2017   Congressional Constitutional Interpretation and the Courts in the United States