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 Cross-Strait, Four-Region Law Developments in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, and Macau Volume One 2010

Cross-Strait, Four-Region Law Developments in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, and Macau Volume One 2010

Editor-in-Chief:Dennis T. C. Tang & Chi Chung
Publication Date:2011-09

Table of Contents

Subject Index

[Table of Contents]

Preface
by Dennis Te-Chung TangPage:i-ix
The Internationalization of Law and Its Implications for Legal EducationLessons from Interactions Between the United States and China
by Jacques deLisleFull text(eBook)Page:1-30

[Professional School Education]

The Paradigm Shift of Legal KnowledgeAnalyzing the Discourse of Legal Education Reform in Taiwan
by Grace Shu-Chin KuoFull text(eBook)Page:31-60
Comment: Is the Law a Science or an Art? Some Thinkings after Reading “The Paradigm Shift of Legal Knowledge: Analyzing the Discourse of Legal Education Reform in Taiwan”
by Yan-You YiPage:61-66
Comment: Going NowhereSome Remarks on “The Paradigm Shift of Legal Knowledge: Analyzing the Discourse of Legal Education Reform in Taiwan”
by Yeong-Chin SuPage:67-70
The Legal Education in Mainland ChinaChallenge and Perspective
by Da-Yuan HanFull text(eBook)Page:71-99
The Worries about the Legal Education of the Universities in Chinese Mainland and Relative SolutionsWith the Analysis of Peking University Law School
by Zhong-Le Zhan & Yu SuFull text(eBook)Page:101-142
Idea Education or Profession Education?Problems and Prospection of Chinese Mainland’s Legal Education
by Sai YaoFull text(eBook)Page:143-172
Comment: Legal Education in Mainland ChinaWhere Lies the Future? Comments on the Papers on Legal Education in School in Mainland China
by Kun Fan & Cheng-Ning LeePage:173-177
Comment: Discovering the Problems of Legal Education in Modern China MainlandA Preliminary Review on the Minds from the Papers Written by Professor Da-Yuan Han, Professor Zhong-Le Zhan, Dr. Yu Su & Dr. Sai Yao
by Jian-Zong YaoPage:179-188
Interdisciplinarity and Legal Education
by Benny Y. T. TaiFull text(eBook)Page:189-214
Comment: Searching Out Paths to Interdisciplinary Legal Education by System TheoryComments on Professor Tai’s Article
by Quan FangPage:215-222
Comment: Interdisciplinary Legal EducationA Developing Ideology and Practice
by Xian-Chu ZhangPage:223-230
Legal Science, Legal Education and the Formation of Macau Lawyers
by Io-Cheng TongFull text(eBook)Page:231-326
History, Present and Future of Higher Professional Legal Education in Macau
by Guo-Hua ZhangFull text(eBook)Page:327-360
Comments on Two Articles Introducing Macau’s Legal Education Respectively Written by Io-Cheng Tong & Guo-Hua Zhang
by Yung-Yu ChengPage:361-365
Comments on “Legal Science, Legal Education and the Formation of Macau Lawyers”
by De-Xue LiuPage:367-370
Practical Legal Education in Mainland China: Problems and Possible Solutions
by Zhi-Peng HeFull text(eBook)Page:371-397
Clinical Legal EducationThe Basic Direction of J.M. Education Reform in China
by Xiang-De Ji & Da ZhangFull text(eBook)Page:399-420
The Development of the Legal System in Hong Kong and the Evolution of Its Legal Education
by Wei-Xia GuFull text(eBook)Page:421-444

[Professional Qualification and Training]

Connecting Legal Education and Legal Profession
by Jing-Wen ZhuFull text(eBook)Page:445-482
Observation and Reflection on Judicial Elitism and Unified Judicial Examinations
by Jian-Wei ZhangFull text(eBook)Page:483-535
Comment: The Difficulty and Outlet of the Legal Education in Chinese Mainland and Macau
by Lin-Lin ZhaoPage:537-545
Comments on the Legal Profession and Legal Education in Mainland China
by Gang-Ling XuePage:547-549
Training the Next Generation of Hong Kong LawyersNew Wine in a New Bottle
by Wilson Wai-Shun Chow, Julienne Jen, Felix Wai-Hon Chan  & Richard Wai-Sang WuFull text(eBook)Page:551-575
Comments on “Training the Next Generation of Hong Kong Lawyers: New Wine in a New Bottle”
by Kai-Lin FaungPage:577-580
Comment: New Generation, Old Requirements: Commentary to the Chow, Jen, Chan & Wu Paper
by Pui-Yin LoPage:581-587
An Overview of the Legal System of Pre-Professional Training of Macau Judicial Magistrates
by Man-Ieng MaiFull text(eBook)Page:589-602
Comments on “An Overview of the Legal System of Pre-Professional Training of Macau Judicial Magistrates”
by Li-Min WangPage:603-605
Comment:The Basis on Which Judicial Autonomy and Independence Relies: Comments on Pre-Professional Training of Macau Judicial Magistrates
by Chao-Yang JiangPage:607-611
Innovation, Competition and IntegrationOn Building up the Driving Force of Legal Education Reform in Taiwan
by Chih-Hsiung ChenFull text(eBook)Page:613-665
Comment: Innovation, Competition and ReconstructionReview of Professional Legal Training in Hong Kong and Reflections
by Wilson Wai-Shun ChowPage:667-670
Comment: Reorienting Legal Education in Taiwan
by Nigel N. T. LiPage:671-673
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