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  • fter the reestablishment of the University in Hsinchuang in 1963, the Department of Law was set up under the former College of Law, along with the Department of Economics and Department of Industry and Business Management. In 2003, the Department of Law and the Department of Financial and Economic Law combined to form the School of Law. At present, the School of Law comprises three departments, two master's programs, one in-service master's program, and one doctoral program. There are approximately 1,200 students. The Legal Service Center and the John Paul II Peace Institute are affiliated with the College. Curriculum Features Professional Legal Education To strengthen the development of professional law training, our programs aim to ground students solidly in both the doctrine of the law and the skills required for practice. Besides the in-service master's program, the Law School offers a Graduate Department of Law. Thematic research centers such as the Cross-Strait Legal System Research Center, the Technological Law Research Center, and professional law programs specific to different disciplines are being planned to meet the demands of this changing legal environment. Holistic Education Rich and diverse courses are designed to provide a firm intellectual foundation of legal knowledge and to cultivate the analytical and critical skills of students. In addition, the School emphasizes holistic education courses and a mentor system to foster interaction between faculty members and students. Teaching Resources and Facilities Faculty The School of Law has a faculty quota of 33 members. Currently, the School has 27 full-time faculty members and 50 part-time faculty. Among the full-time teachers, 8 are full professors, 11 associate professors, 6 assistant professors, and 2 lecturers; 24 of them have doctoral degrees, and 3 master's degrees. Library The university library holds a collection of more than 92,000 books, 390 periodicals in law, and subscribes to 814 electronic journals as well as numerous law-related databanks and on-line resources. Facilities The School of Law also maintains a moot court, a multimedia center, a Language Lab, several computer workstations and discussion rooms for teaching and research. Each full-time faculty member has a well-equipped office for research and individual conferences with students. Academic Activities and Research Fu Jen Law Review is a scholarly journal that examines problems related to legal studies. The Editorial Committee consists of nine senior professors, and the journal is peer-reviewed. Fu Jen Law Review is a public and open forum for law students, faculty members, practicing attorneys, and other legal scholars. When it was started in 1981, the journal was published annually; in the year 2000, it became a biannual publication. The Fu Jen Legal Studies Series is a series of books containing textbooks and scholarly publications for legal studies. The series publishes excellent work by faculty members of the School. To date 30 volumes have been published. Educational Goals and Mission The School of Law is one of the most important cradles of legal practitioners in Taiwan. Our continuous efforts to lead in legal research and education include recruiting outstanding senior faculty members, implementing post-graduate legal studies programs, awarding academic research, assisting students with national examinations, establishing partnerships with renowned universities worldwide, building a communication network with legal practitioners and alumni, and forming thematic-oriented research groups. To support and advance the mission of the university as a whole, the curriculum and activities of the School also include service-learning courses as an integral part of education. Career Opportunities Besides the post-graduate programs here at the university, undergraduate students who want to pursue a higher degree in law are qualified to study other law-related subjects, such as labor studies, insurance studies, diplomacy and international relations, in Taiwan as well as abroad. For graduates who want to pursue a legal career, job opportunities are available at private law firms and government agencies, as well as research institutions. Through different examination channels, students can become lawyers, judges, defense counsel, prosecutors, assistant judges, clerks, notaries, probation officers, administrators for civil ethical service, investigators, patent/trademark officers, and trademark agents, as well as administrative staff members in different governmental sectors.
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