Masayoshi Koga

  • Of Counsel at Koga & Partners
  • 2nd Floor, Kamiyacho MT Bldg., 4-3-20 Toranomon, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 105-0001
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Author: "Court on Trial", by Jerome Frank (Translation), 1960; "Art of Advocacy," by L.P. Stryker (Translation), 1961; "Basic Problems on the History of The Japanese Bar", 1970.

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  • General Practice

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+81-3-3578-8681  Phone
+81-3-3578-8682  Fax
Law School Attended:
Tokyo University, LL.B., 1952
Year of First Admission:
1957, Japan
Daini Tokyo Bar Association (President, 1972); Japan Federation of Bar Associations (Vice President, 1972); Japan Bar Association (Director, 1972-1977); Legislative Council to the Ministry of Justice (1979-1982); Judicial Examination Management Committee (Ministry of Justice).
Japanese and English and French and German
Birth Information:
Saga Prefecture, Japan, March 20, 1927

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Tokyo, Japan

  • Tokyo, Japan
    2nd Floor, Kamiyacho MT Bldg. , 4-3-20 Toranomon, Minato-Ku
    Tokyo,  105-0001

    +81-3-3578-8681 Phone

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