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Public Law


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Establishment and Composition

Center for Public Law (CPL) was established in 1995 with an objective to develop the research of Constitutional Law and Administrative Law (Public Law hereafter). Its tasks are as follows:
(1) Research the principles of Public Law
(2) Research how to improve of the education of Public Law
(3) Execute research projects entrusted
(4) Establish the files of Public Law research data
(5) Publish the research result of Public Law       


     The center is comprised of the full-time teachers who conduct the courses related to Public Law and the students enrolled in the master and doctoral programs of the Public Law, all of whom are obligatory members. Other full-time and part-time teachers of the law school can be associated members as well. Those who work with law in academics or practice but are not the faculty members of the law school can be sponsors with the approval of the center. The current members of full-time teachers include Professor Ming Chen, Professor Yung-chin Su, Professors Chong-de Liu, Professor Bau-tscheng Dung, Professor Chen-shan Li, and Professor Bruce-yuan Liao and more than thirty graduate students. The chair of RCPL in 2006 is Professor Bruce-yuan Liao.
     The center is equipped with a library of Public Law, whose books are purchased with the sponsorship of obligatory members or direct donation of them and people from every field. The collection may be limited in number but has been updated from time to time, which can be used for research.

Academic Activity

In order to achieve the objective of researching Public Law, the center hosted academic conference such as “The New Slavery—the Seminar on the Policy of Foreign Labor” in 2005 and the Seminar on “Sovereignty and Human Rights” with the Association of the Constitutional Law of ROC (中華民國憲法學會), the Academic Foundation of Public Trust (公益信託法治斌教授學術基金), held seminars with Taipei University and assisted in hosting seminars with these agencies. The center also invited schools or scholars from abroad for academic exchange activities. Judge Ortloff of the Administrative Court of Berlin and Professor Scholler from Munich University were invited to visit and deliver academic lectures. Professor Heuer from Koln University researched and lectured at the center for a month. In 2004, the Law School of Nagoya University (Japan) paid a visit to the center and broadened up the global perspective of the center. The center also interacts with the academic field of the Public Law of China. Members from cross strait visited each other and exchanged academic materials. The academic seminar on Human Freedom and Administrative Enforcement from the cross strait was held on May 19th and 20th in 2006 to elevate the academic vision of Taiwan and China.
With a view to increasing the students’ editing experience of academic journals and promote their ability of fundamental jurisprudence, the center is responsible for editing the journal of “the Constitutional Era” entrusted by the Association of the Constitutional Law of ROC (
中華民國憲法學會). From submission calling, reviewing, and final proofreading, the center has spared no efforts to make the journal a land for professional publishing of Public Law with a serious and cautious reviewing system.

Future planning

With the rapid development of the Public Law in the past decade and several revisions of important law such as the Constitutional Law, Administrative Procedure Law, Petition Law, The Code Of Administrative Procedure, Act of Administrative Execution, Act of Local Government, Act of Administrative Penalty, more and more related academic issues pressing for profound exploration have emerged. In addition to conducting academic research and activities with experts and professionals from home and abroad, the center is also trying to enhance the interaction with administrative and justice fields. The foundation gained from practice can be used to support academic theories and to provide plausible perspectives for the people involved in practice. Thus, the trend of integration between theory and practice can be fulfilled and through the practical experience the concerns for our society can be cultivated.

 

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