JFBA

(redirected from Japan Federation of Bar Associations)
AcronymDefinition
JFBAJapan Federation of Bar Associations (Nihon Bengoshi Rengokai)
JFBAJapan Blind Football Association
JFBAJohannesburg Bantu Football Association (South Africa)
JFBAJapanese Buoyant Flight Association
JFBAJapan Burkina Faso Friendship Association
JFBAJohn F. Butts & Associates, Inc. (steel engineering software)
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Inose's major rivals in the election were Kenji Utsunomiya, 66, a former head of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations, former Kanagawa Gov.
Contenders facing the 66-year-old Inose, who was named by Ishihara as his successor, include 66-year-old Kenji Utsunomiya, former president of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations, and former Kanagawa Gov.
The Japan Federation of Bar Associations released a statement saying it felt that downloading should remain a civil, not criminal issue.
The Japan Federation of Bar Associations released a statement saying it felt downloading should have remained a civil, not criminal issue.
Other members of the group include Kenji Utsunomiya, the former president of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations, and mayor Tatsuya Murakami of Tokaimura in Ibaraki Prefecture, where the country's first nuclear reactor was set up in 1957, currently suspended following damage caused by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
It is a big yardstick" to determine if a nation is fully democratized, Sugiura, also a certified lawyer, told the meeting, at which a delegation of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations reported the findings of its four-day visit to South Korea in June, where executions have been suspended for nearly 15 years.
The bill promotes a faster, fairer and more familiar judicial system, easing a number of long-standing regulations by the Japan Federation of Bar Associations (Nichibenren).
The Japan Federation of Bar Associations will hold a symposium Saturday in Tokyo to discuss problems related to Internet auctions and ways to protect consumers, association officials said Tuesday.
Support for Kenji Utsunomiya, the 66-year-old former head of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations who is calling for the elimination of nuclear power generation, stands at 50 to 60 percent among those who back the Tomorrow Party of Japan and the Social Democratic Party, and nearly 40 percent among those backing the Japanese Communist Party.
TOKYO - The Japan Federation of Bar Associations has decided to establish a committee to seek abolition of the death penalty, federation members said Saturday.
The Japan Federation of Bar Associations and groups such as the Citizens' Nuclear Information Center and Greenpeace Japan have called on the ministry to review the limit, saying it is not safe enough to protect students' health.
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