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Development Features

 

The ILST puts equal stress on the importance of academic research and professional training. We provide interdisciplinary courses such as Intellectual property law, Info-communications law, Biotechnology (Biomedicine) law, International & Comparative law and Environmental & Energy law courses. In terms of the teaching quality and research enthusiasm, both proves to meet the demands of the five teaching areas. ILST also provides the needed service energy to NTHU faculty research resources and Research and Development Technology Transfer Center. In other words, in addition to producing excellent quality teaching and research, ILST also actively assists the management or negotiation of intellectual property rights between the local manufactures and research institutions. Through the interchange of academic and hands-on legal practice, ILST substantively connects the development and demand of technology services.

 

In recent years, ILST established several collaboration plans with internationally known academic institution, including Tsinghua University Law School, Beijing, the IPR University Center of the University of Helsinki, the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law, the Law School of University of Wisconsin-Madison. The plans build up student-exchange systems and admission of course credits. With these international exchange opportunities, our students may enhance their academic research capability and elevate learning experience.

 

Furthermore, ILST further promotes the inter-school integration programs hosted by our professors, one such example is the National research program for genomic medicine. It allows our faculty and students to cooperation with outside researchers and academic communities when participating in large-scale academic programs.  It will supplement some of the disadvantages ILST might encounter due to its limited size. ILST also regularly hold significant seminars such as Info-communications seminar, Biotechnology seminar and International Conference on Intellectual Property. We believe it is a good way to enhance the visibility of our research results and exert our influence to related areas. Both the quality and quantity of our research programs have been substantial.