SpotlightAIJA Podcast

S02E05: Exploring integrity

2022-03-03

Chiara Caliandro and Giovanni Angles - hosts of this episode and Academic Coordinators of the upcoming AIJA's 60th International Young Lawyers' Congress in Singapore - talk to Tatsu Nakayama, Managing Partner at Nakayama & Partners in Tokyo, about the concept of integrity and how it can shape the future of the legal profession.

In this episode we cover:

  • What is the difference between compliance and integrity? And why is that difference important?
  • What is “Personal Integrity” and “Organisational Integrity” ?
  • How can an “integrity-first” mind-set help young lawyers face different kinds of challenges?
  • Has the pandemic made things better or worse for legal profession?

About the guest:

  • Tatsu Nakayama, Founder and Managing Partner at Nakayama & Partners in Tokyo. His fields of practice include general international trade, international disputes, and he is a certified sports law agent. He is licensed in Japan with experience of working 2 years in Singapore; author of the book titled “Integrity: Organizational Theory Beyond Compliance" ; a former AIJA member.


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