|Mariko Igimi||Last modified date：2020.03.04|
Field of Specialization
Prof. Dr. Mariko Igimi-Yasutake worked at the Faculty of Law and Letters of the Ehime-University from 1996 to 2002 at first as a lecturer and later as an associate professor, after recieving a doctor's degree from the Kyushu University in 1995, and is an associate professor at the Faculty of Law at the Kyushu University since April 2002, full professor since April 2007.
- locatio conductio and "slave work" in Ancient Rome
keyword : Roman Contract Law, Roman Slavery, Work Reform
- Rechtsdenken des roemischen Volk
keyword : Roman Law, People of Rome, Plautus, legal consciousness, consensus, contract
- Humor for Lawyers
keyword : Roman Law, Papinianus, Legal Reasoning, Legal Analogy
- From nudum pactum to consensual contract.
keyword : Roman Law, Law of Contract, Law of Obligation, pactum
2004.04From pactum to contractus.
- Reception of European Legal Concepts in East Asia
- Reception and Friction of Legal Consepts in Multicultural Society.
|1.||Mariko Igimi, Ulrike Babusiaux, Johannes Platscheck, Pompeo Polito, Cornelius van der Merwe, Frits Brandsma, Wataru Miyasaka, Takeshi Sasaki, Carlos Amunategui, Yasunori Kasai, Messages from Antiquity. Roman Law and Current Legal Debates., Bölaw Verlag, 2019.07, [URL], Roman law has shaped the Civil law tradition but its influence undoubtedly also extends to Common law countries. Legal institutions as well as legal reasoning reassembled in the Corpus iuris civilis have been studied for nearly one thousand years in Western Europe and have been a constant point of reference. Japanese law adopted this tradition since the Meiji-era. Roman law does not only offer a historical insight into the foundations of modern legal thinking, but can also be a useful tool for deeper understanding and analysis of current legal problems. The international seminar held at the University of Kyushu in February 2016 intended to show the validity of Roman law for contemporary legal practitioners facing current challenges by looking at selected issues..|
|1.||五十君麻里子, libertis libertabusque relicta alimenta, Societé International du Histoire de Droit de l'Antiquitè, 2019.09, [URL], Alimentum is the maintenance that consists of habitation, food, clothing etc. D.34,1 deals with the legacy of alimentum of which most of the legatees are freedmen and freedwomen. This explains why the oratio of Marcus Aurelius required authorization of the praetor to compromise in respect of alimenta left by will (D.2,15,8). The reason for this intervention is that the persons to whom maintenance was left tend to be satisfied by immediate payment of small sum of money.
The oratio was aplied, however, only to the compromise between the heir and the legatees. What was the living condition of freedmen and freedwomen while testator, i.e. the former owner was still alive? How did they maintain their living?
The presentation analyzes the texts which deal with alimenta given to freedmen and freedwomen and tries to highlight the mechanism that served as "social welfare" for the majority of people who were not well-off..
|2.||Mariko Igimi, Funny Laws. Legal Knowledge of the Audience of Plautine Comedies, Societé International de Histoir de Droit Antiquitè, 2012.09.|
Die Wirkung des Konsens --- Zum Koexistenz der Konsensualkontrakten und Stipulationen.