CHEN Chih-hsiung

Thomas Chhi-Hsiung Chen is Professor and Director of Institute of Technology Law, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan. Prof. Chen earns his doctoral law degree from Washington University in Saint Louis, a master of laws degree and a B.A. in Philosophy from National Taiwan. Before Joining academia, Prof. Chen was an attorney of law specializing in civil litigations. Prof. Chen is famous for the research on legal education, legal ethics and the legal issues of innovative technology in healthcare, particularly in digital health. Prof. Chen served as Acting Chairperson of Research Ethics Committee for Human Subject Protection, National Chiao Tung University. He participated in many projects commissioned by Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taiwan, including topics in surrogacy, abortion, secondary use of data of the National Health Insurance system, food regulations, telemedicine, and regenerative medicine. He was invited to give talks in China, Japan, and the United States on patent linkage of generic drugs, end-of-life law, surrogacy, artificial intelligence application in healthcare, and legal education. His 2012 article, titled Legal Education Reform in Taiwan: Are Japan and Korea the Models?, 62 J. L. EDU. 32, was collected in a casebook of comparative law, The Contemporary Civil Law Tradition: Europe, Latin America, And East Asia, Cases And Materials LexisNexis, 2015)and was translated and published in TURKISH JUSTICE ACADEMY REV., Vol. 17, pp. 141-183, 2015. He was visiting scholars at Harvard Law School and University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
CHEN Chih-hsiung (陳鋕雄)

Professor

Director of Institute of Technology Law

Corporate Law, Securities and Financial Regulation

J.S.D., Washington University Schol of Law

Research Expertise : Health Law, Legal Ethics, Biotechnology Law, Clinical Legal Education

E-mail: cch5918[at]g2.nctu.edu.tw

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  • J.S.D., Washington University School of Law, the United States of America
  • Visiting Scholar, East Asian Legal Studies Program, Harvard Law School
  • Visiting Scholar, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California at Berkeley
  • Member of Institutional Review Board, E-Da Hospital, Kaohsiung
  • Licensed Attorney-of-law in Taiwan
  • LL.M., Washington University School of Law, the United States of America
  • Master of Laws, National Taiwan University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with minor in Law, National Taiwan University

Research Interests

  • Health Law, Legal Ethics, Biotechnology Law, Clinical Education, E-learning, Privacy Law

Teaching Courses

  • Health Law and Policy, Biotechnology Law, American Torts, General Principles of Civil Law, Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Litigation Writing, Judicial Court Externship

Selected Publications

  • Chih-hsiung Chen, Legal Education Reform in Taiwan: Are Japan and Korea the Models?, Journal of Legal Education, Volume 62, Number 1, pp. 32-65, August 2012, the United States of America. (SSCI)
  • Chih-hsiung Chen, Scope of Practice Laws as Obstacles to Integrative Medicine: the Case of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Taiwan, University of Pennsylvania East Asia Law Review, Volume 7, Issue 3, pp. 449-478, August 2012, the United States of America.
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