Sho Sato Program in Japanese and US Law Publications

The Japanese Legal System:  An Era of Transition, edited by Tom Ginsburg and Harry N. Scheiber, The Robbins Collection: Studies in Comparative Legal History, School of Law, UC Berkeley (2012)

"Legalism, Geopolitics, and Morality: Perspectives from Law and History on War Guilt in Relation to the Dokdo Island Controversy," by Harry N. Scheiber, in Dokdo:  Historical Appraisal and International Justice (Seokwoo Lee and Hee Eun Lee, eds.), Martinus Nijhoff (2011)

Proceedings from the 2009 Sho Sato Conference on Tax Law, Social Policy, and the Economy

Japanese Family Law in Comparative Perspective, edited by Harry N. Scheiber and Laurent Mayali, The Robbins Collection: Studies in Comparative Legal History, School of Law, UC Berkeley (2009)

Emerging Concepts of Rights in Japanese Law, edited by Harry N. Scheiber and Laurent Mayali, The Robbins Collection: Studies in Comparative Legal History, School of Law, UC Berkeley (2007)

Proceedings from the 2005 Sho Sato Conference in Honor of Takao Tanase

Bringing New Law to Ocean Waters, edited by David D. Caron and Harry N. Scheiber, Brill Academic Publishers (2004)

The Japanese Adversary System in Context, edited by Malcolm M. Feeley and Setsuo Miyazawa, International Political Science Association and Palgrave Macmillan (2002)

Law of the Sea:  The Common Heritage and Emerging Challenges, edited by Harry N. Scheiber, Publications on Ocean Development, Volume 34, Kluwer Law International (2000)

Symposium Issue on Japanese Law, American Journal of Comparative Law, Volume 49 (Fall 2001)

Symposium Issue on Regulation in Japan and the United States, Law and Policy, Volume 22 (October 2000)

Symposium Issue on the Sho Sato Memorial Conference on Japan, the United States, and Pacific Ocean Resources, Ecology Law Quarterly, Volume 16 (1989)