Chen Wei-Ren 陳偉仁
Chen Wei-Ren 陳偉仁
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College of Law, National Taiwan University
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June 19 to July 19, 2018
Chen Wei-Ren is a doctoral candidate at the College of Law, National Taiwan University, specializing in human rights in the Constitutions with the support and guidance of Professor Tzong-Li Hsu, Grand Justice and President of the Judicial Yuan. He also graduated with B.A. and an M.A. from NTU.
Besides this, Chen Wei-Ren has started his own law firm, leading six staff members on local litigations.
He is married and has a son.
Chen, Wei-Ren, (2008), “On the Necessity of the Reception of the Protective Obligation of Fundamental Rights in the Constitutional Studies in Taiwan: A Comparison of Court Decisions Concerning Abortion in the US and Germany” (in Chinese).
Chen, Wei-Ren, (2009), “On the Constitutional Review Model for Regulatory Changes” (in Chinese). Collections of Research on Judicial Decisions (14): 141-172.
Chen, Wei-Ren, (2010), “A Research on the Time Effects of Judgments” (in Chinese). Collections of Research on Judicial Decisions (15): 139-146.
Chen, Wei-Ren, (2010), “Consistency and Legitimate Expectations: Based on the Perspective of Government Action” (in Chinese),(LL.M. Thesis).
Chen, Wei-Ren (2012). “A Research on Expiration and Remedies Declared by Judicial Yuan Grand Justices: A Critique on Constitutional Interpretation No. 670 and Court of Falk Imprisonment Compensation 23rd Decision of 2010” (in Chinese). Collections of Research on Judicial Decisions (16): 21-62.
Chen, Wei-Ren (2013). “On Whether A Time Limit is Applicable on the Publication of Government Procurement Act Notices in Government Procurement Gazette: Comment on the First Judge-Council in June 2012 and Relevant Adjudications.” Taiwan Law Journal. Issue 230: 56-78.
Excellent Legal Thesis in 2009 Li Mo Legal Studies Foundation Contest
Excellent Legal Thesis in 2010 Li Mo Legal Studies Foundation Contest
Best Legal Thesis in 2011 Li Mo Legal Studies Foundation Contest
Awarded thesis in 2011 by Taiwan Law Foundation