Master Program for Technology Law

In view of the profound influences brought by-Biomedicine Technology on social life,
dialogues and communications between scientists and lawyers have become imperative in
maintaining the stability and prosperity of social communities.
CMU therefore establishes, the Master Program of Laws for Science and Technology to address the vision.

As the first medical university  in central Taiwan to start the academic program on the Law for Science
and Technology, CMU intends to branch out its scope and realize the long-terms goal of transforming
into a comprehensive university.

The Master program of Laws for Science and Technology  does not require a law degree for enrollment.
In addition to basic law courses, the curriculum mainly consists of two parts: Biomedicine Law group and
Patent Law group. The Biomedicine Law group covers medical law, medical malpractice claims and genetic engineering.
The Patent Law group concentrates on practical issues associated with  technological innovation,
such as intellectual property law and patent litigation. Upon graduation, our students will be able
to expand their career options to the field of lawyer, judge, discipline inspection officer and patent engineer, etc.


Master of Laws for Science and Technology Program

2018 Admission


Biomedicine and Law Group

Patent Law Group

Seminar on Medical Law

Seminar on Medical Malpractice Claim - Civil Law Cases

Seminar on Medical Malpractice Claim - Criminal Law Cases

Public Health and Law

Seminar on Legal Aspect of  Reproductive Technology

Seminar on Legal Aspect of Genetic Technology

Patent Act

Patent Search and Patent Analysis

Examination Guidelines and Practice on Patent Examination

Patent Litigation and Practice

The US Patent Litigation and Practice

IRP Contracts



First enrollment for two groups is 5 students total.







Shih, Mao-Lin

Chair Professor

Honorary doctorate of Laws, Woosuk University, Korea

Criminal Law, Judicial Protection Comprehensive Law, Legal Risk Management

Tang, Shu-Mei


Ph.D., Laws, University of Sheffield, UK

Biotechnology Law, Medical Law, Logic, Patent Law

Lin, Ju-Hwa

Associate Professor

Ph. D. in Biochemistry, from National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan

Bio-Chip Technology Development And Applications, Technology of Molecular Diagnosis Intellectual Property Law

Yen, Yung-Ming

Assistant professor

Ph.D., Political Science, University at Buffalo, the State University of New York

Political Science, Law, International Relations, Human Rights

Niu, Huei-Chih

Project Associate Professor

Ph.D., School of Law, Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London, UK

Medical Law, Public Health Law, Science And Technology Risks, International Trade Law, International Environmental Law

Lee, Tung-Ying

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Laws, University of Bonn, Germany

Constitution, Administrative Law, Economic Administration Law Government Procurement Law, Financial Regulation

Sung, Ming-Hsi

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Laws, New York University, USA

Criminal Law