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Academia Sinica Law Journal

Issue No.20

Issue No.20

Editor-in-Chief:Tzu-Yi Lin
Executive Editor:Peng-Hsiang Wang
Co-Editors:Shun-Ling Chen, Chien-Chih Lin
Publication Date:2017-03

Table of Contents

Articles

The Paradigm Shift of Civil Dispute Settlements in an Ethnographic ContextThe Case of Family Disputes
by Grace Shu-Chin KuoFull text in Chinese(PDF)Page:1-75Stable URL:http://publication.iias.sinica.edu.tw/31200171.pdf
A Comparison Between South Korea’s and Taiwan’s Constitutional Systems
by Tzu-Chiao SuFull text in Chinese(PDF)Page:77-153Stable URL:http://publication.iias.sinica.edu.tw/12206171.pdf
Judicial Review, Electoral Systems, and Democratic RepresentationThe Case of J.Y. Interpretation No. 721
by Chun-Yuan LinFull text in Chinese(PDF)Page:155-210Stable URL:http://publication.iias.sinica.edu.tw/02206171.pdf

Reviews

A Social Scientific Approach to Comparative LawA Book Review of Mark Ramseyer. 2015. SECOND BEST JUSTICE: THE VIRTUES OF JAPANESE PRIVATE LAW. The University of Chicago Press
by Yun-chien ChangFull text in Chinese(PDF)Page:211-249Stable URL:http://publication.iias.sinica.edu.tw/21100171.pdf

Comments & Notes

A Comparative Study on “Evidence Law” in Constitutional ReviewExternal-Knowledge’s Quality Control, Experiential Perspectives, and Their Contribution to the Reasoning of the Taiwanese Constitutional Court and the U.S. Supreme Court
by Wen-Yu ChiaFull text in Chinese(PDF)Page:251-308Stable URL:http://publication.iias.sinica.edu.tw/61105171.pdf
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