Private jails are among ideas pitched at law conference

The China Post
Date: March 31, 2017
By: Hsuan Chung-wen Special to The China Post

Prominent local and international law professors gathered in Taipei last week to

From left: Chinese Culture University Law School dean Ho Yao-chen, Deputy National Development Council Minister Kung Ming-hsin, CCU President Lee Tien-jen, Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association Taipei Office Deputy Representative Izuru Hanaki…(Photo courtesy of Kuo Liang-ting (郭亮玎))

participate in the Chinese Culture University Law School’s International Enterprise and Management Law Conference at Chinese Culture University.

Law School dean Ho Yao-chen (何曜琛) praised the law professors, lawyers and judges who participated in the international conference for providing so many tangible suggestions for the government during the March 23 and 24 event.

Criminal law expert Dr. Chen You-feng (陳友鋒) said it was necessary to revise some articles of the local Criminal Law in order to reflect modern values and ensure appropriate punishments for specific crimes.

While some articles need to be revised, others should be repealed, Chen said.

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