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Financial and Economic Law

Financial and Economical Law

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Program Overview

Established in 2003, the institute has been developed into one of the most specialized academic institutes in financial and economic law in Taiwan. Since 2005, the institute has offered a graduate program for students with non-law majors.

The institute is under the College of Business and is the first graduate institute offering advanced law degrees in financial and economic law in central Taiwan. There are currently 8 full-time faculty members and approximately 45 students. Our teaching standards and research quality are outstanding and renowned. The faculty enjoys an excellent reputation as a strong research team and all faculty members are active researchers in their own areas of expertise.

To integrate law, economics and technology effectively, the institute owns abundant legal collections, electronic legal database banks (Westlaw/Lexis), Internet teaching facilities, multi-media laboratory, and study rooms. In addition to academic-oriented courses, the faculty offers several practical courses such as patent licensing, technology transfer training and e-learning for legal research. We also provide a legal practical training program via the Legal Clinic & Service Center. In the program, students are assigned to assist college students and faculty members in settling legal matters and to provide legal information to the community.

There are two distinctive features of the Graduate Institute of Financial and Economic Law: one is the comprehensive approach to the study of law; the other is the commitment in offering an international perspective on law.

1.The comprehensive approach to the study of law has been developed at Feng Chia University for over 40 years. Our aim is integrate laws with other aspects of society. This institute not only strives to immerse students in financial and economic law training, but also adheres to the doctrine of legal ethics. In addition to studying legal judgments and statutes, students can expand their insights to examine the impact of financial, economic, social, and political changes on laws and consider how laws affect life beyond the court and law offices.

2.The institute is positioned as a professional law school for graduate students and aims to encourage faculty members and students to develop comparative and international perspectives on law. This approach is embodied in the courses. The aim of our courses is to cultivate students capable of meeting global competition, as well as becoming experts in both traditional and emerging laws, such as e-commerce and WTO-related laws. To complement this aim, the department hires faculty members possessing diverse legal backgrounds and has extensive international research experience.

Program Learning Goal

  • Ethics and social responsibility: Each student understands the definition of law ethics and recognizes the need for socially responsible organizations.

  • Integrating business disciplines: Students have a basic understanding of domestic and international economic law and the legislation in different fields. Students also possess knowledge of economics and trade as well as technology management.

  • Communication skills: Each student will have sufficient learning opportunities to participate in law services and to cultivate their litigation ability.

  • Innovative thinking: Students will develop problem-solving skills and the ability to think reflectively.

  • Self-realization: Students will come to recognize their personal characteristics and professional skills.

  • Sense of globalization and international perspective: Cultivate students to be law talents possessing international perspectives.

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