Professor of Law, Keio University
Keigo Komamura is a Professor of Law and Vice President of Keiko University. He earned his B.A. in Law, L.L.M., and S.J.D. from Keio University. He taught as an Associate Professor of Law at Hakuoh University before moving to Keio University. Professor Komamura’s fields of study include constitutional law, law of journalism, surveillance and civil society, and Japan’s contemporary debate over constitutional revision. His books include Ronten-tankyu kempou [Advanced Constitutional Law] (co-editor, Koubundo, 2005); Janarizumu no houri [Law of Journalism] (Sagano-Shoin, 2001); and Kenryokubunritsu no Shosou [Some Aspects of the Separation of Powers Doctrine] (Nansousha, 1999). He was a visiting scholar at Princeton University from 2008-09, and he is currently affiliated with the Reischauer Institute and Weatherhead Program on U.S.-Japan Relations at Harvard University where he is conducting research on the origins and legitimacy of Japan’s postwar constitution.