John Mark Ramseyer

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John Mark Ramseyer (born c. 1954) is Mitsubishi Professor of Japanese Legal Studies at Harvard Law School and a leading scholar on the subjects of Japanese Law and Law and Economics.


Ramseyer lived in Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan through the age of 18 and is fluent in the Japanese language. He has taught at several Japanese universities including the University of Tokyo and Hitotsubashi University.

College and university positions[edit]

  • Adjunct Instructor of Law: Hitotsubashi University and Tohoku University in Japan".[1]
  • Visiting Professor of Law: Harvard Law School, 1991.
  • Mitsubishi Professor of Japanese Legal Studies: Harvard Law School, 1998–present.


  1. ^ The Harvard Crimson February 5, 1998 Archived 31 December 2010 at WebCite

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