- Location#417, 4th FL., Humanities & Social Science Building
- To develop communication and cooperation skills
- To cultivate legal convergence practical skills
- To enhance Glocal legal practice
The Department was established in 1996 to foster talents necessary to realize the ideals of democratic, constitutional state and welfare state.
The curriculum includes practical subjects such as Civil Affairs, Criminal Affairs, Legal Practice, including basic laws such as Law Philosophy and Law Sociology, Three Basic Laws of Criminal Law, civil law, Criminal Practice & Legal Practice, pioneering new fields besides primary legal education by grafting the law with scientific technology.
Career path after graduation
Graduates may enter the legal profession through judicial examinations or law schools, or may become legal profession officials through national administrative examinations, or may become provincial administrative officers, or join enterprises or media companies that require legal knowledge.