For Students

   Since its establishment in 1919, National Chung Hsing University has celebrated its centenary. National Chung Hsing University is one of the institutions of higher learning with a historical tradition and unsophisticated learning environment in Taiwan. Welcome all students, enter the Department of Law of Chung Hsing University, immerse in the vast academic hall of law, and hope that you will surpass yourself, broaden your horizons, and create a new goal and new experience for you and me. From August 1, 2021, the Faculty of Law has officially operated as a "Professional School of Law".        

The Department of Law was formerly known as the "Department of Financial Law" established in 2001. In 2004, we established the "Technology Law Institute". After that, the "Department of Finance and Economics Law" and the "Technology Law Institute" were merged in August 2010 and renamed the "Department of Law". The department currently has 14 full-time professors, 1 project teacher, and 9 part-time teachers, who jointly undertake various basic and different professional legal courses for the undergraduate program, Master program, and in-service Master's program.

   The full-time faculty of the department all have doctor degrees in law. They not only have both legal research and practical experience, but also have different study backgrounds in foreign countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, and Japan. With the relevant legal teaching modules and courses planned by the department, it can fully meet the needs of the basic disciplines of lawyers. In the meanwhile, with the different academic and practical expertise of the full-time and part-time professors in the department, cultivating professional legal talents. In addition, in terms of extracurricular learning, students are anticipated to join the extensive and diverse clubs in Chung Hsing University and to share their experiences; professional legal research centers, legal service associations and law institutes are also encouraging students to actively participate in these legal activities to enrich their youth.

   Law is the norm that constructs the state, the society, and the interaction between people. The cultivation of lawyers should not be limited to the education and study of legal subjects; under the school's educational goal, "cultivating the elite with both humanistic and scientific literacy, abilities of communication and innovation, international vision and social care", it is also expected that lawyers should develop a "honest, simple and diligent" personality trait and attitude towards life, not just the acquisition of legal technology itself.