Presentations

2019

2019, May 17.
The Justice Ministry and the Local Courts: Early Meiji Legal Reforms. Institut d’Asie Orientale, Lyon, France.
Dr. Lena Foljanty.

2019, March 28.
French “équité” and Japanese “jôri”: Two Key Concepts for Early Meiji Legal Practice. Second Comparative Workshop on Legal Transformations in 19th and Early 20th Century Japan, China, and the Ottoman Empire. Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt, Germany.
Dr. Lena Foljanty.

2019, March 28.
Selecting Legal Professionals in the Enclosing Field of Law. Second Comparative Workshop on Legal Transformations in 19th and Early 20th Century Japan, China, and the Ottoman Empire. Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt, Germany.
Yu Wang.

2019, March 28.
Decision Grounds and Argumentation in Beypazarı First Instance Court (1888 - 1889). Second Comparative Workshop on Legal Transformations in 19th and Early 20th Century Japan, China, and the Ottoman Empire. Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt, Germany.
Murat Burak Aydin.

2019, March 28.
A Public Figure. The Making of the Superior Judge in England 1875 – 1900. Second Comparative Workshop on Legal Transformations in 19th and Early 20th Century Japan, China, and the Ottoman Empire. Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt, Germany.
Zeynep Yazici Caglar.

2018

2018, November 5.
Geç 19. Yüzyılda Nizamiye Mahkemeleri ve Bidayet Mahkemelerinde Hukuk Pratiği [Legal Practice in the First Instance Nizamiye Courts in the Late 19th Century].
Third Conference of Legal History. Istanbul, Turkey.
Murat Burak Aydin.

2018, September 21.
New Judicial Practice in Late 19th Century Ankara Nizamiye Courts. Third European Convention on Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies. Bamberg, Germany.
Murat Burak Aydin.

2018, July 7.
明治19年の留学生が見たドイツ〜民事訴訟実務についての議論を焦点に  [Observing German Debates on Civil Procedure: The Japanese Delegation to Germany in 1886]. Annual Workshop of the Network for Research German-Japanese Relations in the Formation of Contemporary Japanese Law. Osaka, Japan.
Dr. Lena Foljanty.

2018, June 29.
Panel: Under the Shadow of Codification: Legal Practices and Legal Professions in the 19th Century Japan, China, Ottoman Empire, and England. Fifth Buennial Conference of the European Society for European Lagal History. École normale supérieure, Paris, France.
Dr. Lena Foljanty, Murat Burak Aydin, Yu Wang, Zeynep Yazici Caglar.

  • Professionalizing Legal Professions in England: An Alternative to Codification?
    Zeynep Yazici Caglar.
  • Subsidiary Tools for Transforming Legal Practice in the Late 19th Century Ottoman Empire.
    Murat Burak Aydin.
  • Shielding, Consolidating and Updating”: Struggle in Regurgitated Codification of China in the Early 20th Century.
    Yu Wang.
  • Before Codification: Transformation of Legal Practice under European Influence in Early Meiji Japan.
    Dr. Lena Foljanty.

2018, June 5.
Comparing Legal Transformations: The Cases of 19th Century Japan, China, and the Ottoman Empire. University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.
Dr. Lena Foljanty.

2018, May 29.
The Way to Define the Barrister in 19th Century England – Bar Examination. Conference lay advocacy in the pre-modern world. University of Turku, Turku, Finland.
Zeynep Yazici Caglar.

2017

2017, May 30.
World View and Judicial Methods: The Unwritten Rules of Legal Practice in 19th Century Japan, Conference „Before Judgment: Critiquing Imaginary and Style of Good and Evil”
. Kunsthistorisches Institut, Florence, Italy.
Dr. Lena Foljanty.

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