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Causal Explanation as a Partial Solution to Algorithmic Harms
Causal Explanation as a Partial Solution to Algorithmic Harms
Time:2019-04-16
Speaker: Dr. Wen-Tsong Chiou (Associate Research Professor)
The Constitutional Law and Politics of Fundamental Rights: Lessons from the Modern Substantive Due Process Jurisprudence in the United States
The Constitutional Law and Politics of Fundamental Rights: Lessons from the Modern Substantive Due Process Jurisprudence in the United States
Time:2019-03-26
Speaker: Dr. Yen-Tu Su (Associate Research Professor)
Extraordinary appeal as a post-conviction remedy for prisoners --Lessons from Habeas Corpus
Extraordinary appeal as a post-conviction remedy for prisoners --Lessons from Habeas Corpus
Time:2019-03-12
Speaker: Mr. Yu-Hsuan Tsai (Judge, Taiwan Taipei District Court)
Self-defence, Proportionality and Special Sacrifice: A Comparison of Methodological Thinking between Criminal Law and the Constitutional Law
Self-defence, Proportionality and Special Sacrifice: A Comparison of Methodological Thinking between Criminal Law and the Constitutional Law
Time:2019-02-19
Speaker: Dr. Chien-Liang Lee (Research Professor)
 'Women's Land' or 'Family Business'? Maritagium and Dower in Thirteenth-Century England Reconsidered
'Women's Land' or 'Family Business'? Maritagium and Dower in Thirteenth-Century England Reconsidered
Time:2019-02-12
Speaker: Ms.Sheng-Yen Lu (Fellowship for Doctoral Candidate, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica)
Multilayered Safeguard Mechanism for Taiwan's Constitutional Security: A Neorepublican Proposal
Multilayered Safeguard Mechanism for Taiwan's Constitutional Security: A Neorepublican Proposal
Time:2019-01-29
Speaker: Dr.Yung-Djong Shaw (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica)
China's Challenge to the International Human Rights Regime
China's Challenge to the International Human Rights Regime
Time:2019-01-22
Speaker: Dr. Yu-Jie Chen (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica)
Can Non-Human Author? Rethinking Copyright Through Algorithmic Authorship
Can Non-Human Author? Rethinking Copyright Through Algorithmic Authorship
Time:2019-01-15
Speaker: Dr. Shun-Ling Chen (Assistant Research Professor)
Demarcation of Traditional Indigenous Territories: Toward Reconciliation but the Wrong Turn
Demarcation of Traditional Indigenous Territories: Toward Reconciliation but the Wrong Turn
Time:2018-12-25
Speaker: Dr. Shu-Ya Lin (Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Providence University)
The Paradox of Human Rights and the Plight of Democracy
The Paradox of Human Rights and the Plight of Democracy
Time:2018-12-11
Speaker: Dr.Hsi-Ping Schive (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica)
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