Research and Education Center for Japanese Law


The First Nagoya University Prize of Ius Commune Award Ceremony and Thesis Presentation was held

On October 21, Nagoya University held the first Ius Commune Award Ceremony and Thesis Presentation. The Ius Commune award was established this year to further promote the training of legal professionals who will help lead Asia in the future, and to encourage and support the development of students’ research. This prize is administered with donations to Nagoya University’s “Asian Legal Professional Support” Special Fund.
At the award ceremony, Ms. BOREY Sathavy, this year's Excellence Award (First Place) awardee, and Ms. MAKHMUDOVA Nilufarkhon, the Excellence Award recipient were presented with plaques and supplementary prizes, followed by a presentation of their winning theses.
The ceremony and thesis presentations were attended by about 50 guests. The audience included donors to the Nagoya University “Asian Legal Professional Support” Special Fund, honorary professors of the University, alumni, current students, and the general public. We also welcomed alumni from around the world who participated online.
After the thesis presentations, the Faculty of Law held a reception with the awardees, giving participants a chance to meet and talk with the award winners.
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■Introduction of Awardees:

■About Prize of Ius Commune