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Oshino, Jun
Jun Oshino (Japan)

Jun Oshino graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Tokyo, receiving the degree of Bachelor of Law in 1994. While working as an Ishikawa Prefectural official, he passed the Bar Exam and then was admitted to Legal Training and Research Institute of the Supreme Court of Japan as a legal intern. After completing the training program, he was appointed by the Cabinet of Japan to be an assistant judge in 2000. He was hearing civil trial cases as an assistant judge in a panel at Tokyo District Court. The cases which he was hearing included mass litigation, medical malpractice, defamation. Recently, he was also handling prejudgment remedy cases including issues such as privacy or nuisance. His main interest is comparative analysis of civil procedure, such as planned proceeding in trials, measures to cope with the cases which require professional knowledge.

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