Shoji Hashimoto: Partner


March 1969 Graduated from Hibiya High School
April 1969 Entered Kyoto University, Faculty of Law
March 1973 Graduated from Kyoto University, Faculty of Law
October 1975 Passed Bar Exam
April 1976 Legal Apprentice (30th Term)
April 1978 Completed legal apprenticeship (30th Term)
Appointed to be a judge
March 2005 Resigned as judge (judge of Tokyo High Court)
April 2005 Registered as an attorney with Daini Tokyo Bar Association
Joined this Office
October 2005 Promoted to Partner
April 2006 Vice Chairman of the Bar Regulations Establishment Committee of Daini Tokyo Bar Association
April 2007 Professor of Toyo University, Law School

Fields of Expertise

  • Wills and trusts/inheritance
  • Civil appeal cases, petitions for acceptance of final appeal
  • Discussion of material facts


  • ‘Miscellaneous Issues Relating to Handling of Divisions of Inherited Property Cases – Compiled by the Legal Training and Research Institute’, Hosokai (joint authorship)
  • ‘Lecture on the Practice of Family Law – 2nd Edition’, Minjiho Kenkyu-kai (joint authorship)
  • “Article 715 of the Civil Code and Article 3 of the Automobile Liability Security Act,” ‘Civil Traffic/Labor Lawsuits’, Seirin-Shoin
  • “Inheritance, Special Benefits and Contributory Portions and the Assessment Methods,” Hanrei Jiho No.1608, Hanrei Jiho-sha
  • “Bearer of Funeral Costs,” Hanrei Times No.1100, Hanrei Times Co., Ltd.
  • “Principles of Material Facts Notebook,” Hakusan Hogaku No.5, Toyo University Graduate School of Law
  • Other articles on Cinii:
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