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Every March, the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law offers a study tour to provide Japanese law students with a hands-on comparative view between the Japanese legal system and the American legal system. Japanese law students are able to meet with students from other Japanese universities and interact with American law students. We also provide a tailored schedule of classes to effectively introduce Japanese students to American criminal and civil law. We further provide opportunities to visit institutions of the American legal system such as state courts, the federal court, the Hawaii Supreme Court, correctional facilities, the State Capital, and an American law firm. Participating students are able to experience the vibrant nature and culture of Hawaii. We hope they return to further their studies and open their eyes to the international practice of law in an age of developing globalism. For more information about our international law programs, please visit www.law.hawaii.edu .