Attorney Mayu Arimoto, Esq.

Academic and Career History    
 2005  Received LLB, University of Tokyo 
 2010  Admitted to the Bar (Tokyo Bar Association) 
 2010  Joined Ogawa and Partners Law Offices 
 2017  Received LLM at Columbia Law School, U.S.
 2018  Admitted to New York Bar
 2020  Established Alesia International Law Office
 Japanese, English 
 2012-  Information Network Law Association, member 
 2012-  Japan Cloud Security Alliance, committee member 
 2018-  AI Working Group of Tokyo Bar Association, member 
 2019-  Startup Lady Japan, advisor 
 2020-  Lawyers Network for Foreigners (LNF), member 
Articles, Lectures, etc.    
2013Presentation, “A Case Study on a Large-Scale Data Loss by a Provider: Focusing on Legal Issues” (CIRRUS) 
2015Speaker, “Cyberattacks from international law perspectives, focusing on discussions in Europe” (Fujitsu Defense Solution Fair)
2016Lecture, “What to do to prevent workplace harrassments”
2018Wrote, “Mt. Gox Bankruptcy, Coincheck Hack & Japanese Law: A Brief Primer” (LLM Law Review)
2018Panelist, “AI and Privacy” (Global Forum 2018 Tokyo Summit)
2018Received Global Ambassador award (Global Forum 2018 Tokyo Summit)
2019Wrote, “A Study on Liabilities of VR/AR Platform Providers” (Information Network Law Review Vol.17)
2019Panelist, “International Humanitarian Law Education Symposium” (JGSDF Kodaira Base)
2019Wrote, “A Study on CLOUD Act and Executive Agreements Thereunder Regarding Extraterritorial Access to e-Evidence” (Information Network Law Review Vol.18)
2020Lecture, “Information Security Laws in US and EU” (SECKUN Project at Kyushu University)

(As of October 2021)