List Of Law Schools In Taiwan
In Taiwan, law is primarily studied as an undergraduate program resulting in a Bachelor of Law (B.L.). It is said that this degree is equivalent to the 'first' professional degree in law (J.D. or LL.B.). This is the reason why most Taiwan Universities have departments of law rather than schools of law. Recently, some universities have adopted a system where students with university or higher education in subjects other than law may apply for admission to law institutes. Many places, like the National Taiwan University College of Law have begun to offer a Master's program in what they refer to as interdisciplinary legal studies, this program is utilizing a professional school-like legal education system. At the graduate level, there is an LL.M. or Ph.D. offered in the area of law.
Students receive academic rather than practical training. Practical training is arranged only after the individual passes the lawyer, judge or prosecutor exams.
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