Faculty of Law receives Thailand Judges Delegations

Release date: 2019.03.14



Kyushu University’s Faculty of Law received a delegation of judges from the Samut Prakan Juvenile and Family Court (Thailand) and representatives of the associate judges to juvenile and family courts in Thailand on February 20, 2019. The delegation, 30 members in total, was led by Chief Justice Nutjanat Chaliekult Tabnoi. Professor. Takeuchi from Kyushu University, a specialist in juvenile law, gave a talk on the characteristics of the Japanese juvenile law. In the afternoon, the delegation visited the Fukuoka Juvenile Reformation Center. The next day February 21, the delegation joined a tour and visited the new Family Court of Fukuoka. Begin with a short introduction of the duties and responsibilities of the Family Court, a family court room and a counseling room were shown to the delegation members.
The Faculty of Law has a long-standing relationship with the Judicial Courts of Thailand by offering training session on a regular basis on diverse topics. 

Receiving a certificate of completion after the lecture

Group photo


Academic Cooperation Section,
General Affairs Division,
Administrative Office(Humanities, Social and Cultural Studies, Human-Environment Studies, Law, Economics, and Languages and Cultures)

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