LIN Chih-chieh

LIN Chih-chieh (Carol Lin) (林志潔)

Honorary Chair Professor

NCTU Distinguished Professor

Director of Research Center for Financial Regulation
and Corporate Governance

S.J.D. & LL.M. Duke University School of Law

Research Expertise : Criminal Law & Procedure, White Collar Crime, Feminist Jurisprudence

E-mail: cclitl[at]


  • Excellent Educator Award, Ministry of Education, Taiwan, 2013
  • Excellent Junior Research Grants , National Science Council, Taiwan, 2012
  • Fulbright Senior Research Grants Fellow, USA, 2011
  • Distinguished Mentor Professor Award, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2010 and 2007
  • Distinguished Teaching Awards,  National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2009


  • Director of Legal Reform Department, Transparency International. Taiwan Chapter
  • Council Member, Advisory Committee, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan
  • Invited Professor, Academy for the Judiciary , Ministry of Justice, Taiwan
  • Invited Professor, Judges Academy, Taiwan
  • Adjunct Instructor, Duke University School of Law, USA
  • Associate Editor-in-Chief, Taiwan Law Review, Taiwan
  • Attorney of Law, Yuan-Dao Law Firm, Taiwan

Research Interests
White-Collar and Corporate Crimes, Criminal Law and Procedure, Feminist Legal Theory

Teaching Courses
General Principles of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedures, American Criminal Law, Gender and Law, White Collar Crime and Corporate Criminal Liability

Selected Publications
Chinese Publications:

  • Chih-Chieh, Lin, Reasonable Doubt?—Viewing the prejudice made in Sexual Assault Cases from The Post-Feminism Perspective, 127 Chengchi Law Review, 117-66, (2012)
  • Chih-Chieh, Lin, Who is the Insider?—O’Hagan and Other Cases in the U.S. Supreme Court, 41 EurAmerica, 849-83 (2011)
  • Chih-Chieh, Lin& Hsiao-Lun, Lin, Auditor’s Liability for Financial Statement Fraud in Taiwan from Li-Bar Verdict: An Empirical Analysis, National Taiwan University Law Journal, 39 NTU Law Journal, 223-88 (2010)
  • Chih-Chieh, Lin, Mens Rea and Insanity Defense under U.S. Law – An Analysis of Clark v. Arizona, 39 EurAmerica, 615-70 (2009)

English Publications:

  • Chih-Chieh Lin, Failing to Achieve the Goal: A Feminist Perspective on Why Rape Law Reform in Taiwan Has Been Unsuccessful, 18 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy, 163-202 (2010)
  • Chih-Chieh Lin, Regulating Pregnancy in Taiwan-An Analysis from an Asian Legal Feminist Using Feminist Legal Theories, Baltimore Law Forum, 204-226 (2009)
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