Wednesday, May 24, 2017

law courses

Administrative Law

Company Law
Commercial Instrument Law
criminal law (General Principles of Criminal Code, Specific Offences in the Criminal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure)
civil and commercial law (General Principles of the Civil Code, General Principles of Obligations,
Specific Types of Obligations, Property in the Civil Code, the Family Part of the Civil Code,Succession in the Civil Code, Code of Civil Procedure,
Constitutional Law
corporate governance
competition law
consumer protection law

economic law

financial and economic law
financial and tax law
financial law

government procurement law

international law
Insurance Law

public law

Maritime Law

securities law

WTO legal issues

legal and economic relations between Taiwan and mainland China
legal aspects of biotechnology
legal problems concerning electronic commerce and telecommunications

The mandatory courses for first-year students include
Constitutional Law
General Principles of Civil Code
General Principles of Criminal Code (I)
General Principles of the Obligations Part in the Civil Code (I)

For the second-year students, the mandatory courses are
General Principles of the Obligations Part in the Civil Code (II)
Specific Kinds of Contract
Property Part in the Civil Code
Family and Inheritance Parts in the Civil Code
General Principles of Criminal Code (II)
Specific Types of Offenses in the Criminal Code
Administrative Law
Advanced Administrative Law Group (Case Studies on Administrative Law, Advanced Administrative Law, and Specific Topics of Administrative Law).

For the third-year students, the mandatory courses include
Code of Civil Procedure
Code of Criminal Procedure
General Introduction of Commercial Law and Company Law
Negotiable Instruments Law
Insurance Law
Maritime Law

For the fourth-year students, the required courses are the
Integrated Discussion on the Substantive and Procedural Aspects of Civil and Commercial Laws Integrated Discussion on the Substantive and Procedural Aspects of the Criminal Laws
Integrated Discussion on the Substantive and Procedural Aspects of Administrative Law.

In addition to these, there are three divisions in under the College of Law, namely, the Division of Legal Science, Division of Judiciary, and Division of Financial and Economic Law.

For the Division of Legal Science and the Division of Judiciary, students must take two of three courses from Political Science, Economics, and Sociology.
They must also take Legal History, Public International Law, Private International Law, and Jurisprudence.

For the Division of Legal Science, students must further take
Introduction to Anglo-American Law
Anglo-American Contract Law
Anglo-American Torts

For the Division of Judiciary, they must further take
Law Governing Non-Litigation Matters
Practical Training for Civil Trial
Practical Training for Criminal Trial

For the Division of Financial and Economic Law, students must take
Economics and Compulsory Enforcement Law or Bankruptcy

They must also take five of the following courses
Trademark Law
Patent Law
International Trade Law
International Economic Law
General Principles of Taxation
Specific Topics of Taxation
Securities Exchange Law
Fair Trade Law
Environmental Law
Banking Law
Financial Administrative Law
Labor Law
Introduction to Intellectual Property Law
European Business Enterprises Law
Trust and Pension Law
Land Law
Copyright Law
Consumer Protection Law
Finance and Taxation Law
Corporate Governance
Mainland China Legal System
European Union Law
Economic Analysis of Law
Agricultural Eco-technology Law
Arbitrational Law
Financial Law
Competition Law and Its International Perspective
WTO Legal Issues.

Constitutional Law
Civil Code
Criminal Code
Code of Civil Procedure
Code of Criminal Procedure
Administrative Law
Compulsory Enforcement Law
Commercial Law
Private International Law
Chinese Composition.

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