Japan tries to stimulate legal sector, but public not litigious enough

The Japanese government made a concerted effort to boost the number of lawyers, but there is little for them to do in the famously unlitigious country and many have seen their incomes stagnate [Mitsuru Obe, Wall Street Journal]

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  • I’ve heard that in Japan, you could leave an umbrella on the subway, and it would be waiting for you after having completed the entire circuit.