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HOME > Event > 2020 GJB Seminar ~Updates on Amendment to GJB Law and Guidance on Naming and Labeling of GJB Office~

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News Release

2020 GJB Seminar ~Updates on Amendment to GJB Law and Guidance on Naming and Labeling of GJB Office~

We will explain Updates on Amendment to GJB law and Guidance on naming and labeling of GJB office. Please participate as an opportunity to deepen your understanding of the system and obtain useful information in practice. We will conduct the seminar in Japanese.

A casual gathering with food and drinks is scheduled after the seminar. We hope that many of you enjoy the opportunity to get acquainted with the relevant JFBA committee members. There will be a live entertainment by Jazz Duo 101, Heiichiro Oyama, a violinist and Yuichiro Hiraoka, a guitarist. Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy jazz performance by top artists at the Bar Association!

Date & Time

January 30, 2020 (Thu)

18:00-19:00 Seminar (Check-in 17:40)

19:00-20:30 Cocktail

Venue Room 1701, 17th floor of the Bar Association Building (1-3, Kasumigaseki 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) (MAP)
Fee Free(Cocktail : JPY5,000)
Attendees GJB (including those intending to register as GJB) or Bengoshi, or relevant staff of their offices)

Part 1 Updates on Amendment to GJB law
Part 2 Guidance on naming and labeling of GJB office

Flyer (PDFファイル;225KB)

Language Japanese


Please register by January 24, 2020.
Registration Website

Some of the local bar associations will set aside a conference room so that you can attend the seminar via a video conference system. For details, please contact the relevant local bar association directly.

Organizer Japan Federation of Bar Associations (JFBA)
Registration Office International Affairs Division, JFBA  Tel: 03-3580-9741



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