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Discussion on Some Approaches to Study Taiwan's
Discussion on Some Approaches to Study Taiwan's "kokyohishu" or public irrigation systems (1901) and their incorporation (1903)
Time:2019-05-21
Speaker: Dr. Tzung-Mou Wu (Assistant Research Professor)
Personal Data Protection and Identifiability
Personal Data Protection and Identifiability
Time:2019-05-14
Speaker: Dr. Chuan-Feng Wu (Associate Research Professor)
Deciphering the Unconstitutional Rulings of the Justices Against Legislation in Taiwan
Deciphering the Unconstitutional Rulings of the Justices Against Legislation in Taiwan
Time:2019-05-07
Speaker: Dr. Shyr-Hau Shyr (Professor at Law, National Dong-Hwa University)
Recognition of Value and Denial of Application:Problem of the Principle of Legitimate Expectations in PRC
Recognition of Value and Denial of Application:Problem of the Principle of Legitimate Expectations in PRC
Time:2019-04-30
Speaker: Dr. Hai Ping Chen (Professor, Shanghai University of Political Science and Law)
Is International Human Rights Law a Friend or an Enemy of Pluralism? Critical Remarks on the Relevant Case Law of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany and the European Court of Human Rights
Is International Human Rights Law a Friend or an Enemy of Pluralism? Critical Remarks on the Relevant Case Law of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany and the European Court of Human Rights
Time:2019-04-23
Speaker: Dr. Shu-Perng Hwang (Research Professor)
Causal Explanation as a Partial Solution to Algorithmic Harms
Causal Explanation as a Partial Solution to Algorithmic Harms
Time:2019-04-16
Speaker: Dr. Wen-Tsong Chiou (Associate Research Professor)
The Constitutional Law and Politics of Fundamental Rights: Lessons from the Modern Substantive Due Process Jurisprudence in the United States
The Constitutional Law and Politics of Fundamental Rights: Lessons from the Modern Substantive Due Process Jurisprudence in the United States
Time:2019-03-26
Speaker: Dr. Yen-Tu Su (Associate Research Professor)
Extraordinary appeal as a post-conviction remedy for prisoners --Lessons from Habeas Corpus
Extraordinary appeal as a post-conviction remedy for prisoners --Lessons from Habeas Corpus
Time:2019-03-12
Speaker: Mr. Yu-Hsuan Tsai (Judge, Taiwan Taipei District Court)
Self-defence, Proportionality and Special Sacrifice: A Comparison of Methodological Thinking between Criminal Law and the Constitutional Law
Self-defence, Proportionality and Special Sacrifice: A Comparison of Methodological Thinking between Criminal Law and the Constitutional Law
Time:2019-02-19
Speaker: Dr. Chien-Liang Lee (Research Professor)
 'Women's Land' or 'Family Business'? Maritagium and Dower in Thirteenth-Century England Reconsidered
'Women's Land' or 'Family Business'? Maritagium and Dower in Thirteenth-Century England Reconsidered
Time:2019-02-12
Speaker: Ms.Sheng-Yen Lu (Fellowship for Doctoral Candidate, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica)
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