Profile

SEGI Hiroshi

Professor, Law School,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
Code of Civil Procedure; Civil Provisional Remedies Act; practice of civil procedure; civil lawsuit system and other judicial systems; sociology of law

Research themes:
Interpreting the Code of Civil Procedure and the Civil Provisional Remedies Act; making legal studies and practice of civil lawsuits scientific and objective; creating a bridge between the theory and practice of civil lawsuits; conducting comprehensive research on bases of civil trials, judicial systems, sociology of law, etc.; reporting at the Japan Association of the Law of Civil Procedure and The Japan Society for Socio-Legal Studies on Family Issues

Main books and papers:
◆“Outline of the Practice and System of Civil Procedure” (Nippon Hyoron Sha, 2015)
◆“How to Study Liberal Arts” (Discover 21, 2015)
◆“Trials in Japan” (Kodansha Gendai Shinsho, 2015)
◆“Civil Provisional Remedies Act (new edition)” (Nippon Hyoron Sha, 2014)
◆“Despairing Courts” (Kodansha Gendai Shinsho, 2014)
◆“Nature and Aspects of Civil Procedure” (Nippon Hyoron Sha, 2013)
◆“Casebook: Civil Procedure Activities, Fact Finding and Judgment” (Hanrei Times, 2010)
◆“Bridge between the Practice and Theory of Civil Trials” (Hanrei Times, 2007)