Welcome to the Home Page of Mayu TERADA
Associate Professor of Law, International Christian University,
Tokyo, Japan

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Mayu TERADA

Major:Administrative Law (Telecommunication Law, Environmental Law)

Contact address:  tmayu [atmark] icu.ac.jp 

  

University:                                               

International Christian University                       

College of Liberal Arts                                               

Department of Politics and International Studies                        

3-10-2 Osawa Mitaka Tokyo 181-8585 Japan                                  

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Introduction

Mayu Terada is an Osaka native who has lived and worked in Tokyo for these 10 years. After studying various law subjects including administrative law at administrative law seminar (of prof. Shigeru Takahashi) and receiving B.L. from Hitotsubashi University Faculty of Law (thesis title was 'Study of Soil Contamination Countermeasures Act') , she decided to go on to study administrative Law under professor Shigeru Takahashi at graduate school of Law, Hitotsubashi University. However, at that time the new system of 'Law School' was emarging in Japan.  To take a chance to study Law at the newly built system of Law School, she decided to change her carrier from graduate school of law of Hitotsubashi University to Keio Law School. She received J.D. from Keio Law School in 2006 and passed the bar examination of Japan in 2007. During the Keio Law School days she had a chance to do legal intern at OH-EBASHI LPC & PARTNERS Tokyo office in the summer of 2005. Then In 2006 she worked at White and Case LLP, Tokyo from June to August as an assistant for their legal business regarding Japanese and foreign-affiliated entities (dealt especially with the interpretation of the enforcement ordinance of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and Financial Instruments and Exchange Act itself).

After all those law school related experiences what she thought was that she wanted to study administrative law again. She was interested in administrative process/procedure in Japan, administrative organizations and its relations to the government and people. In April 2007 she entered the doctoral course, graduate school of Law, Hitotsubashi University. Her first position was as a part time lecturer at Wako University, where she continues to teach environemental law as a part time lecturer now. After receiving her LL.D in 2012, she became an Associate Professor of administrative law at International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan.
In addition to teaching and writing, she serves as a member of Surveillance Commission on Bid Ridding etc. of Cabinet Secretary and Cabinet Legislation Bureau, Cabinet Office, a member of Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s Commission on Freedom of Information and Protection of Individual Information and as a member of the Japanese Law Translation Council of the Ministry of Justice. 

Education

B.L. Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan 
J.D. Keio Law School, Tokyo, Japan 
LL.D. Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan

Professional Qualification

Japanese Bar Examination, passed in 2007

Academic Society

2012/10- Japan Public Law Association, Member

2012/10- Keio Law Association, Member

Courses

Administrative Law I, II, Public Law, Comprehensive Seminar on Public Law, Environmental Law, Advanced Studies in Legal Studies I, II, III IV, Introduction to Legal Science, International Environmental Law

Research Interests

Administrative Law, Telecommunication Law, Information Law, Administrative Organization Law

Funded Research

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Principal Investigator

Social Contributions

  • Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s Commission on Freedom of Information and Protection of Individual Information  2013/04-Present  Member 
  • Japanese Law Translation Council of the Ministry of Justice, 2015/05- Member
  • Surveillance Commission on Bid Ridding etc. of Cabinet Secretary and Cabinet Legislation Bureau, Cabinet Office  2013/02-Present  Member 
  • Volunteer, helping out after Tsunami and Earthquake, Kamaishi, Iwate Prefecture, Japan  2011/04-2011/05 

   The Japan tsunami (and the earthquake) left many people homeless, and the clean-up work was deeply needed.

        Thus I stayed at Caritas Kamaishi (Catholic Kamaishi Church) to help the Tohoku area. 

       You can read my report 'looking at the situation in Kamaishi' on one of the days I spent in Kamaishi here (only in Japanese).

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