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Masakazu DOI

Professor of Constitutional Law, Graduate School of Law, Kyoto University

 

Education

Bachelor of Law, Kyoto University (1989)

 

Academic Career

10/2020 - present :  Vice-Provost and Deputy Executive Vice-President, Kyoto University

04/2013 - present :  Professor of Constitutional Law, Graduate School of Law, Kyoto University

04/2010 - 03/2013 :  Professor of Constitutional Law, School of Government, Kyoto University

04/2003 - 03/2010 :  Professor of Constitutional Law, Graduate School of Law, Kyoto University

04/1992 - 03/2003 :  Associate Professor of Constitutional Law, Graduate School of Law, Kyoto University

04/1989 - 03/1992 :  Assistant Professor of Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, Kyoto University

 

Academic Study

08/1997 - 07/1999 :  International and Comparative Law Research Scholar, Law School, University of Michigan, USA

 

Other Public Activities

01/2016 – 02/2021 :  Central Council for Education, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan

04/2013 – present :   Member of the Board of Education, Shiga Prefecture, Japan

 

Selected Publications

Books

  • MASAKAZU DOI ET AL., TRANSFORMING GOVERNMENT SYSTEM: IWANAMI LECTURE SERIES, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 4 (Iwanami-Shoten, 2007), including “Masakazu Doi, Japanese Constitution and Citizenry Participation in Judicial Process, at 235-286”.
  • YASUO HASEBE, NORIKAZU KAWAGISHI, KEIGO KOMAMURA, SYOJIRO SAKAGUCHI, GEORGE SHISHIDO & MASAKAZU DOI, JAPNESE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ANNOTAED 2 (Yuhikaku, 2017), including “Masakazu Doi, Article 13, at 63-160”.
  • YASUO HASEBE, NORIKAZU KAWAGISHI, KEIGO KOMAMURA, SYOJIRO SAKAGUCHI, GEORGE SHISHIDO & MASAKAZU DOI, JAPNESE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ANNOTAED 3(Yuhikaku, 2020), including “Masakazu Doi, Article 31, 52, 53, 54, 55 & 57, at 149-294, 633-731, 739-773.
  • MASAKAZU DOI ET AL., CONSTITUTION-COMPATIBLE INTERPRETATION IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE (Yuhikaku, 2018), including “Masakazu Doi, Object, Scope, and Method of Constitutional Review: Constitution-Compatible Interpretation and ‘Partially-Constitutional’ Judgment, at 213-272".

 

Articles

  • Masakazu Doi, The Right to Life and the Idea of Autonomy, 58 PUBLIC LAW REVIEW 92-102(1996)
  • Masakazu Doi, The Rule of Law and Judiciary, in KOJI SATO ET AL., THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE CONSTITUTION OF JAPAN 2: FREEDOM AND ORDER, at 79-141 (Yuhikaku, 1998).
  • Masakazu Doi, Democratic Legitimacy of Judicial Review and Conceptions of Constitution, in FESTSCHRIFT IN HONOR OF PROFESSOR KOJI SATO’S 60th BIRTHDAY, MODERN CONSTITUTIONALISM AND JUDICIARY, at 115-165(Seirin-Shoin, 1998).
  • Masakazu Doi, Scope of the Rule of Law: Judicial Reformation and the Rule of Law, 134-1 CIVIL AND COMMERCIAL LAW REVIEW at 1-31 (2006).
  • Masakazu Doi, Constitutionalism, the Rule of Law, and Rechtsstaat ”, THE ANNALS OF LEGAL PHILOSOPHY 2005, at 30-41 (2006)
  • Masakazu Doi, An Essay on the Right to Personal Autonomy, in FESTSCHRIFT IN HONOR OF PROFESSOR KOJI SATO’S 70th BIRTHDAY, POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY AND THE RULE OF LAW, at 155-178(Seibundo, 2008).
  • Masakazu Doi, On Personal Information in the Hands of the Government: From the Perspective of Constitutional Law, 75 PUBLIC LAW REVIEW at 1-22 (2013).
  • Masakazu Doi, Amending Constitutional Provisions on Constitutional Amendment Process: On Professor Shiro Kiyomiya’s theory, in FESTSCHRIFT IN HONOR OF PROFESSOR MASANORI SHIYAKE’S 70th BIRTHDAY, THE OVERVIEW OF COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, at 241-270(Seibundo, 2018).
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