Shunta Takahashi
Shunta Takahashi

My name is Shunta Takahashi, an attorney at law. I practice in a relatively broad range of areas, focusing on personal legal affairs, including civil, family affairs and debt management cases, and corporate legal affairs from daily legal consultations and contract checks to handling court cases and other more. In my daily work as an attorney, I am conscious of maximizing profits in cases where I should win and minimizing risks in cases where I have no choice but to lose. While continuing to think about the difficult question of what profit is, a cooperative relationship needs to be built between an attorney and a client to resolve disputes via an attorney. As it is very crucial to have a thorough discussion from the initial stage of the case, including whether the problem is amenable to legal resolution, feel free to contact us first.


  • 1977

    • Born in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
  • 2000

    • Graduated from School of International Politics, Economics and Communication, Aoyama Gakuin University
  • 2009

    • Graduated from Graduate School of Law, Chuo University
  • 2010

    • Enrolled in the Legal Training and Research Institute, Supreme Court of Japan (64th term)
  • 2011

    • Registered with Kanagawa Bar Association (former Yokohama Bar Association)
  • 2019

    • Admitted to Tokyo Bar Association


  • 2012

    • Lecture on "Inheritance (Division of Inheritance)" at Atsugi City Citizens' Legal Workshop
  • 2014

    • Lecture on "Consumer Law" at Atsugi City Citizen's Legal Workshop,
  • 2018,2019

    • Lecture on "Practical Initial Response to Claims for Overtime Pay" at a study group for labor and social security attorneys and a seminar for managers,
  • 2019

    • Lecture on "Revision of Inheritance Law" at a study group for labor and social security attorneys


  • June 2017 ~ Present

    • Member of Committee on Civil Trial Procedures, Japan Federation of Bar Associations
  • August 2020 ~ May 2022

    • Deputy Secretary-General, Committee on Civil Trial Procedure, Japan Federation of Bar Associations


  • Listening to music (mainly piano music from Bach to Sorabji)

  • Reading (especially on contemporary philosophy)

  • Enjoying great food and alcohol (wine, sake, whiskey, etc.)

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