NCTU LAW provides both fundamental and advanced legal courses. Fundamental courses offer solid training of core legal subjects; advanced courses provide a wide selection of seminars that focuses on specific issues such as patent litigation, white collar crime, gender and law, wrongful conviction, arbitration and mediation, WTO laws and medical law.
We offer 6 major certificate programs for students to pursue, including Intellectual Property Rights, US Law, Biotechnology and Medicine, Legal Studies in English, Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management, and Fundamental Laws programs. However, students may also tailor a selection of courses that fits their needs.
Our US Law and Legal Studies in English programs provide solid training for students who wish to work in an international environment or pursue law degrees abroad. Our effort of establishing an
English learning environment is reflected on the achievements of our students: our
students were hired by international law firms located in Hong Kong right after graduation; around 30% of our graduates will earn a second LLM in one of the top 10 US law schools.
At NCTU Law, our training extends outside the classroom. We are the first in Taiwan to collaborate with courts and prosecutor’s offices to establish internship programs. The program has now extended to law firms, NGOs and international organizations.