As the first professional graduate school of international affairs in the United States, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University has prepared the world’s leaders to become innovative problem solvers in business, government and non-governmental organizations. Since 1933, Fletcher’s multidisciplinary education in business, law, international relations, and regional studies has offered individuals and organizations a unique global perspective on the day’s most pressing issues. The Fletcher School’s curriculum includes coursework on finance, economics, law, business, politics and negotiation.
K&L Gates LLP comprises nearly 2,000 lawyers who practice in 36 offices located on three continents: Anchorage, Austin, Beijing, Berlin, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Dubai, Fort Worth, Frankfurt, Harrisburg, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Miami, Moscow, Newark, New York, Orange County, Palo Alto, Paris, Pittsburgh, Portland, Raleigh, Research Triangle Park, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Shanghai, Singapore, Spokane/Coeur d'Alene, Taipei, Tokyo, Warsaw and Washington, D.C.
K&L Gates is positioned at strategic intersections of the global economy, with one of the largest contingents of lawyers and offices across the United States of any law firm and strong local presence in key capital cities and world commercial and financial centers.
The firm also has one of the largest international practices in Asia of any U.S. law firm, with comprehensive coverage in Greater China. Our commitment to the region began in 1996 with the opening of our Hong Kong office. Since then, we have steadily built our Asia practice to more than 80 legal professionals in our offices in Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, Taipei, and Tokyo. Our lawyers in Asia are noted for their seamless service to clients across multiple jurisdictions as well as their innovative approach to intellectual property issues, dealings with government authorities, litigation and dispute resolution, and transactional matters, particularly in the securities, private equity, and venture capital areas.
Consulate - General of Japan in Boston
Waseda University (Organization for Japan-U.S. Studies)
Waseda University Organization for Japan-US Studies (WOJUSS) was established in 2007 in order to conduct policy-related research on Japan and American region, particularly with a focus on the US, from regional and global perspectives. Aiming at promotion of cross-disciplinary and practical research based on solid academic foundation, WOJUSS facilitates formation of five project teams composed of A) American society, politics, economics, culture B) environment, C) international cooperation, D) security, and E) global business, with specialists from a wide range of research areas in an agile and flexible manner.