- The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Law
- 1983 Japan Federation of Bar Associations Tokyo Bar Association
- 1983 – present Okuno & Partners
|1987||Delegate, House of Delegates, Tokyo Bar Association|
|1996, 2004||Delegate, House of Delegates, Japan Federation of Bar Associations|
|2010 – present||Chairman, Special Committee on Anti-Discrimination Law Regarding Discrimination on the Grounds of Disability, Japan Federation of Bar Associations|
|2014 – present||Chairman, Executive Committee, 57th Civil Rights Convention Symposium, Second Section Meeting, Japan Federation of Bar Associations|
|2015 – present||Chairman, Project Team for Preparation of Parallel Reports on Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Japan Federation of Bar Associations|
|June 2017 – present||President, Public Interest Incorporated Foundation Fujiwara Natural History Foundation|
|Liquidator||Sapporo Housing and Warehouse Development Co., Ltd.|
|Liquidator||FM Kyushu Co., Ltd.|
Corporate Legal Compliance and Affairs
|Inspector, Research Center for the Education of the Multi-Handicapped Individuals|
|Director, the Japan Deafblind Association|
|Councilor, Information and Culture Center for the Deaf|
|Director, National Committee of Welfare for the Blind in Japan|
Q&A on the Act on the Elimination of Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities – Fully Utilize the Act for Realizing the Equality – Seikatsushoin. Co-author.
Q&A on Judicial and Tax Affairs for Shares and Corporate Bonds. Shinnippon Hoki Publishing. 2006. Co-author.
Manual on Regulations for Corporate Executives. Shinnippon Hoki Publishing. 2003. Co-author.
Q&A on Practical Business Advice for Parent and Affiliated Companies. Shinnippon Hoki Publishing. 1987. Co-author.
Blind Jurists in the United States of America. Jurist Nos. 755, 757 and 758. December 1981 – February 1982.
Due to optic atrophy, Mr. Nomura has 20/666 vision according to US standards and 6/200 vision according to European standards in the left eye. He is blind in the right eye. Mr. Nomura uses a magnified reading device and is the first visually-handicapped person in Japan to pass the bar exam.
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