The Center for Criminal Law affiliates with the Department of Law at the National Taipei University. It was established under the “National Taipei University Rules of Establishing Legal Studies Centers of Department of Law.”
The Center for Criminal Law, focuses on criminal substantive law and procedural law and related issues. The practice of this center strives to provide an excellent academic community for scholars and students who devote themselves into criminal law area and to elevate the development of criminal law scholarship.
Organization and Members
The Center for Criminal Law consists of full-time faculties in criminal substantive law and criminal procedural law of the department of law. The center director will be elected from the Members, and he/she will be in charge of the operation of the center.
The main focus of the center is Criminal Law, and it breaks into two sub-areas: criminal substantive law and criminal procedural law. This center dedicates to spurring the academic influence on legal practice by launching periodical seminars and lectures to enhance communications between scholars and students, improve criminal law teaching quality, and cultivate research motivation.
The general mission of the Center for Criminal Law is to improve the research and teaching of criminal law. To accomplish this target, the center hold series of seminars, criminal law research projects, and archive criminal law literature. Furthermore, the center offers recommendations on criminal law courses to the department of law.