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The Financial Economic Law Institute is surrounded by mountains, because the university campus is located in the very poetic East Longitudinal Valley. It renders an easy and quiet environment, which is the most suitable place for law students to read solemnly, contemplate deeply, listen attentively, and communicate with one another open-mindedly. The natural beauty and humanistic atmosphere in Hualien, makes the pace of legal learning not rushing anymore. Indeed, this Financial Economic Law Institute is unique in many aspects.

Here, the way we learn and grow up, is not about merely pursuing achievements, but rather about pursuing reflection on values. Existing among us are not anxiety or competition, but mind refreshments and resonance of feelings. In the broad and spacious campus of Dong Hwa University, life is not for chasing more what we desire, but leaving behind more what we don't need. Knowledge is not gained by the compilation of data, but through the process of exploring truth. Though not large, this Institute is well-organized .
 

Students are main concerns of Dong Hwa Financial Economic Law Institute. We are committed to creating an academic environment with enthusiastic and caring attitude, liberal and rational discourse. Tight-knit interactions between students and teachers are harmonious, and both sides consider each other as families. Teachers in this Institute convey their academic ideals and feel passions of students by their individual style. It is an institute allowing teachers and students to grow up together.

The curricula of this Institute are designed to train students of Financial Economic Law to be experts with an all-angle perspective, and focus on the needs of Taiwan's financial and economic industries. We offer five core courses and other optional ones. The core courses include "Communication and Media Law", "Intellectual Property Law ", " Corporate Governance", "International Economic Law", "Civil Property Law". The optional courses include "Seminar on Competition Law", "Seminar on Technology and Law", "Seminar on Finance and Tax Law", "Seminar on Capital and Security Transaction Law", "Seminar on the Economic Globalization and Human Rights".

 

 

 

From Integration of Resources to Integration of Disciplines
The integration of with other departments has always been a main concern when it comes to our developments. The Institute requires all graduates to earn at least three credits from non-law courses run by other Institutes. This aims to encourage students of the Institute to make the best of available learning resources provided by the University, and help them to gain an inter-disciplinary perspective on legal research gradually through this process.


Nourish Legal Contemplation with Humanistic Spirit
The Institute is in eastern Taiwan which possesses the most plentiful cultures and landscapes. There are four different ethnic groups living together harmoniously, as well as art and cultural societies burgeoning quickly. This is an ideal environment for nourishing humanistic spirit, especially to legal scholars whose researches should be based on people and real lives. Dong Hwa Financial Economic Law Institute is by no means an academic ivory tower. To step out of the campus and communicate with people are essential to our students and teachers in both learning.


Embrace Values and Ideals With Local Practice
The essence of law lies in ideals, whereas the value of law lies in practice. The teachers and students of this Institute take the developments of humanistic education and the reflection on values as key elements of legal education, and take participation in community development and the public issues as missions of legal research. At this point, public affairs at the grassroots level in Taiwan are still in a transition stage of democracy. Challenges such as how to put theory into practice, connect the law and the culture will require the law academics to have appropriate responding abilities when they practice law in the down-to-earth level.

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