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Student Legal Services

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About Student Legal Services

I.            Introduction

Legal services in Taiwan are consisted of governmental agencies, the Bar Association, law schools, and private groups that provide the public with legal assistance, legal services, and litigation assistance. The “Legal Service” established by NCCU on 1970/3/1 is the first of its kind and has mainly assists the public through phone consultations handled by 4th year university students. Considering the increasing demand for legal consultations, the phone service is no longer sufficient and changes are called for. With the increasing demand for legal research and encouraging law students to participate in social services, the changes are even more necessary.

 

As a result, Professor Yuan-sheng Huang and Hsiu-ming Wu of NCCU learned from other universities’ legal services and reorganized the NCCU Legal Service in 1999 in order to provide the public with legal services and encourage law students to serve the public. After the reorganization, the two professors served as the advisors on a two-year term and were succeeded by Kuan-ling Shen, Lai-jie He, Fang-hsian Yang, Hsi-ming Chiang, and Hong-en Liu as of today. Through the contributions from various faculty members and students, the NCCU Legal Service has assisted a large number of people and enjoyed great results.

 

  Complementing the reorganization, the NCCU Legal Service started recruiting non-law students since 2004 and is actively functioning as a school club. Besides learning from other departments, this organization is also helping non-law students learn about law.

 

  The NCCU Legal Service includes the Consultation Team and the Activity Team. Consisted of 3rd and 4th year undergrads, the former provides the locals and NCCU students with free legal consultations in the 1st Household Registration Office of Wenshan District in order to serve the public and help students practice what they have learned. For the past five years our organization has also provided free legal consultations in other cities counties during summer in order to help the public solve legal disputes and encourage more law students in NCCU or other schools to do the same.

 

II.          Services Provided in Other Cities and Counties During Summer

2006: Suao Town Office, Dungshan Township Administration, Jiaosi Township Office, and Yilan City Office of Yilan County.

 

2007: Mingjian Township Office, Jiji Township Office, Puli Township Office, and Shuili Township Office of Nantou County. 

 

2008: Tungshih Township Office, Shinshou Township Office, Taiping City Office, and Wufeng Township Office of Taichung County. 

 

III.        Contact Us 

Address: 64, Sec. 2, Zhinan Rd., Wenshan District, Taipei City (3F of the JiYing Building)

E-mail: lawserve@nccu.edu.tw

 

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