One judge and two prosecutors from Japan and South Korea will discuss their experience with prosecuting drug smuggling and organized crime. The panelists are: Naoki Sakai (Visiting Scholar, Judge, Chiba District Court, Japan); Bongjun Song (LLM Candidate 2014, Public Prosecutor, South Korea), and Tetsuaki Okada (Visiting Scholar, Public Prosecutor, Japan). Nir Shnaiderman, an SJD candidate and an Israeli prosecutor, will moderate the discussion. Lunch will be served. For more information, please contact Oleg Kobelev at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fighting Drug Smuggling and Organized Crime in South Korea and Japan, a Comparative Prosecutorial Practice Panel
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