The College of Law at Shih Hsin University was established in 1997. It is committed to helping students become independent thinkers with a broad-based understanding of legal practices. The school includes faculty members with degrees from Germany, France, Japan, the U.K, the U.S, and Australia, and their expertise covers a range of core areas.
The College provides legal counsel, working with law firms, courthouses, and patent and trademark consultancies to which students can be assigned for placements. As part of their internships, students can also visit local primary schools to offer basic legal education and advocacy work.
Graduates acquire knowledge in communications technologies, intellectual property rights, business and commercial law, and consumer-driven financial policy reforms. In addition, the College of Law includes the following features: Undergraduate courses are taught via Socratic teaching methods, which improves students’ critical thinking and analytical skills.
The school houses the Law Materials and Intellectual Property Information Center as well as the Intellectual Property Research Center, containing 182,400 books, dictionaries, law digests, and periodicals in Chinese and foreign languages, where seminars are regularly held.