NTU Commercial Law Center was once a part of National Taiwan University College of Law Civil Law Center. Established in year 2000, NTU Civil Law Center was reorganized and renamed “NTU Civil and Business Law Center” in 2006. In 2010, the business law department was separated from Civil and Business Law Center. Joined with Financial Law Center, Commercial Law Center was then established.
The Center aims at promoting a variety of academic activities related to civil and business law issues. We invite scholars in Taiwan and from abroad to hold seminars and give speeches, providing our students and faculty with opportunities to communicate new ideas.
We hold monthly workshops to review court decisions in Taiwan, hoping to better combine academic opinions with legal practices.
Other activities that combine business practice and legal issues are also organized or co-organized by us, such as the annual Asia-Pacific Mergers & Acquisitions Model Competition.
The Center’s goal is to combine domestic and international business practices with academic research in commercial and civil law area, hoping to better educate and inspire our future legal professionals, as well as contribute to the development of Taiwanese commercial regulations in the long run.
Promote domestic and foreign academic exchange activities of commercial law.
Focus on the latest trends in the current international commercial law.
Enrich the curriculum of commercial law.
Enhance students’ enthusiasm for learning commercial law.