Current S.J.D. Candidates
Chen-Hung Chang is an S.J.D candidate at American University Washington College of Law. His dissertation is titled “Facing the Digital Commercial Data Privacy Challenges of the Global Information Age.” His fields of study and professional expertise include:civil and constitutional rights, administrative law and information privacy. In Taiwan, Mr. Chang teaches and writes about Taiwanese Constitutional Law and Administrative Law. He was admitted to the bar of Taiwan in 2003. His professional experience includes: assisting with drafting eminent domain guidelines for the Taiwan government on public law issues, and serving as article-editor for the Taiwan Law Review.
Degrees & Universities
S.J.D. Candidate, American University Washington College of Law
LL.M., Law & Government, American University Washington College of Law
LL.M., National Taiwan University
LL.B., Natinoal Taiwan University
Legal Reference Books
Taiwan Constitutional Law I and II, 7th ed., 2012.
Review of Taiwan Constitutional Court Decisions, 7th ed., 2012.
Essential Concepts of Taiwan Administrative Law I and II, 4th ed., 2013.
Multiple Choice Question of Taiwan Constitutional Law, 3rd ed., 2013.
The Approach of Analyzing the case of Taiwan Administrative Law I and II, 2nd ed, 2012.
The Approach of Analyzing the case of Taiwan Constitutional Law, 2nd ed, 2013.
"Reconstructing the Constitutional Status of University Autonomy" LL.M. Thesis at National Taiwan University, 2004.
"Clarification on the Nature and Concept of University Autonomy" Soochow Graduate School Law Review, Vol. 2, Number 2, April 2006.
"Re-Consider the Approach to Determine the Constitutionality of Regulations on Obscene Speech — A Comparative Perspective from U.S. Court" Taipei University Law Review, Vol. 83, December 2012. (TSSCI)
"Institutional Academic Freedom — The Constitutionality of Public University’s Race-Conscious Admission Policy" Soochow Law Review, Vol. 24, July 2012. (TSSCI)
Li-Mo Academic Award, Honorable Mention Award, Thesis: Comments on Constitutional Interpretation of University Autonomy, 2006.
Li-Mo Academic Award, Second Place Award, Thesis: The Constitutionality of Obscenity Law, 2008.
Taiwan Government Scholarship, 2012.