Japan Bar Associations

Japan Bar Associations

  • Japan Federation of Bar Associations (JFBA), Chiyoda-Ku

    Japan has 52 local bar associations, one for each of the 50 district court jurisdictions with the exception of Tokyo, where three bar associations that pre-existed the Practicing Attorney Law remain. Local bar associations consist of practicing attorneys, legal profession corporations and registered foreign lawyers.

  • Ku - Inter Pacific Bar Association, Minato-ku

    The purposes of the Association are: To provide to all of its Members in good standing ("Members") opportunities:to contribute towards the development of the legal profession in the Pacific and Asian regions comprising Asia and the jurisdictions within, or bordering, the Pacific (collectively "the Region") and towards the development and improvement of the legal profession's status and organization within the Region; to contribute towards the development of the law and the legal structures within the Region; to meet and exchange ideas with other lawyers who live in or who are interested in, the Region; to study and discuss legal issues that involve the Region; and to share information upon legal developments affecting the Region, to serve its Members fairly and equitably; and to promote the rule of law.

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