Prof. Hwang Jau-Yuan 黃昭元

Posted on Jun, 15 2013

Hwang Jau-Yuan 黃昭元

Name: Prof. Hwang Jau-Yuan 黃昭元

Home institution: Professor, Collage of Law,  National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Duration of Stay: June 24 – July 25, 2013

CONTACT:

Address: 21 Hsu-Chow Rd., NTU Law School, Taipei 10055, Taiwan
Phone: +886 (2) 2351-9641 ext. 484
Fax: +886 (2) 2351-7301
Email: jauyuan@ntu.edu.tw

EDUCATION:

(1) Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) 1995, Harvard Law School
(2) Master of Law (LL.M.) 1991, Harvard Law School
(3) Master of Law (LL.M.) 1989, National Taiwan University
(4) Bachelor of Law (LL.B.) 1984, National Taiwan University

WORK:

(1)   August 2004--Present, Professor of Law, National Taiwan University Law School
(2)   August 1996--July 2004, Associate Professor of Law, National Taiwan University Law School
(3)   August 1995--July 1996, Lecturer in Law, National Taiwan University Law School
(4)   September 1988--June 1990, Associate Attorney, Formosa Transnational Attorneys-at-Law, Taipei, Taiwan

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS:

Constitutional Law, International Law

MAIN PUBLICATION:

1.     Jau-Yuan HWANG, 2012, Taiwan’s Constitutional Court from 2003 to 2011: New Appointments and Different Performance, Seoul Law Journal, 53 (2):41-63(in English)

2.     Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2012, Democratic Supervision of Taiwan-China Agreements: On the ECFA and Beyond, In Peter C. Y. Chow (Ed.), National Identity and Economic Interest: Taiwan's Competing Options and Their Implications for Regional Stability, N.Y.: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 15-37(in English)

3.     Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2011, Evolution of Taiwan’s Constitutional Court from 1948 to 2011: Emergence of an Active but Divided Court, European-Asian Journal of Law and Governance (EAJLG), Special Issue: Constitutionalism in East Asia: 1-15(in English)

4.     Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2009. 10, Nice Ideas, Difficult Realities: Examples of Recent Direct Democracy in Asia, in: JUNG-OK LEE & BRUNO KAUFMANN (EDS.), GLOBAL CITIZENS IN CHARGE: HOW MODERN DIRECT DEMOCRACY CAN MAKE OUR REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACIES TRULY REPRESENTATIVE, Seoul. South Korea: Korea Democracy Foundation, pp. 55-90(in English)

5.     TZU-YI LIN, JIUNN-RONG YET, JAU-YUAN HWANG & WEN-CHEN CHANG (EDS.), 2008, CONSTITUTION: SEPARATION OF POWERS, 2nd ed., Taipei, Taiwan: Sharing (in Chinese)

6.     Huang-Chih Chiang & Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2008, On the Statehood of Taiwan: An Legal Appraisal, in: THE “ONE CHINA” DILEMMA, New York, N.Y.: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 57-80 (Peter Chow ed., 2008) (in English)

7.     JAU-YUAN HWANG (ED.), 2006, DIRECT DEMOCRACY IN ASIA: A REFERENCE GUIDE TO THE LEGISLATIONS AND PRACTICES, Taiwan Foundation for Democracy (in English)

8.     Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2005.07.27-28, Expert Testimony before the Constitutional Court on the Case concerning the Constitutionality of Article 8 of the Household Registration Act (in Chinese)

9.     Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2004.10.27-28, Expert Testimony before the Constitutional Court on the Case concerning the Constitutionality of the Statute of the Select Committee on Investigation of the March 19th Shooting Incident: On Injunction Issues, reprinted in 117 THE TAIWAN LAW REVIEW 24-36 (2005.01) (in Chinese)

10.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2004.10.14, Expert Testimony before the Constitutional Court on the Case concerning the Constitutionality of the Statute of the Select Committee on Investigation of the March 19th Shooting Incident: On Substantive Issues, reprinted in 65 TAIWAN LAW JOURNAL 66-85 (2004.12) (in Chinese)

11.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2004.05, Judicial Standards of Review for Restrictions on Constitutional Rights: A Comparative Analysis of the U.S. Approach of Categorized Multiple Tests, 33(3) NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL 45-148 (in Chinese) [TSSCI]

12.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2004, Some Reflections on the Legitimacy of Judicial Review, in: Christian Starck (Hrsg.), Die Rolle der Verfassungsrechtswissenschaft im demokratischen Verfassungsstaat S. 101-109 (2004) (in English)

13.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2003.11, Legitimacy of Judicial Review: A Preliminary Analysis of Relevant Theories and Approaches, 32(6) NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL 103-151 (in Chinese) [TSSCI]

14.   TZU-YI LIN, JIUNN-RONG YET, JAU-YUAN HWANG & WEN-CHEN CHANG (EDS.), 2003.10, CONSTITUTION: SEPARATION OF POWERS, Taipei, Taiwan: Sharing (in Chinese)

15.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2003.09, Choosing a New System of Judicial Review for Taiwan: Some Reflections on the Status of Judicial Yuan, 32(5) NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL 55-118 (in Chinese) [TSSCI]

16.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2003.09, Male-Only Military Colleges and Gender Discrimination: Comments on United States v. Virginia, 33(3) EURAMERICA 461-539 (in Chinese) [TSSCI]

17.   Jau-Yuan HWANG, 2003, Judge-Made Constitutionalism in Democratizing Taiwan, in: Japan Association for Studies of Constitutional Law &  Akira Osuka  (eds.), PERSPECTIVES OF CONSTITUTIONALISM IN ASIA: INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CONSTITUTIONALISM IN ASIAN AND OCEANIa, Tokyo, Japan: Shinzansha, pp. 333-345 (in English)

18.   JAU-YUAN HWANG, FORT FU-TE LIAO & WEN-CHEN CHEN, 2003, DEVELOPMENT OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN TAIWAN FACING THE NEW CENTURY, IDE Asian Law series No. 24  (Institute of Developing Economies, IDE-JETRO, Japan) (in English)

19.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2002.12, Countermajoritarian Difficulty and Legitimacy of Judicial Review: Comments on Professor Bickel’s Theory of Judicial Review, in A DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF TAIWAN’S CONSTITUTION, Taipei, Taiwan: Angle, pp. 301-42 (Hong-Hsi Lee et. al., 2002) (in Chinese)

20.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2002.09, Constitutionality of Compulsory Withdrawal of College Students for Academic Underperformance, in CONSTRUCTION AND CHALLENGES OF THE ECONOMIC LAW SYSTEM: FESTSCHRIFT IN HONOR OF PROFESSOR YI-NAN LIAW’S 60TH BIRTHDAY, Taipei, TAIWAN: Angle, pp. 81-125 (in Chinese)

21.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2002.07, Active Exercise of Judicial Passive Virtues: A Critical Review of Professor Cass Sunstein’s Theory of Judicial Minimalism, in MODERN THEORIES OF PUBLIC LAW REVISITED: FESTSCHRIFT IN HONOR OF PROF. DR. YUEH-SHENG WENG’S 70TH BIRTHDAY, vol. I, Taipei, Taiwan: Angle, pp. 875-917 (in Chinese)

22.   Fort Fu-Te Liao & Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2002, Think Globally, Do Locally—Internationalizing Taiwan’s Human Rights Regime, in: TAIWAN’S MODERNIZATION IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE, Westport, CT, U.S.A.: Praeger, pp. 79-101 (Peter C.Y. Chow ed., 2002) (in English)

23.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2002.03, The Rule-Making Powers of the Judicial Yuan: Comments on the Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 530, 32 TAIWAN LAW JOURNAL 82-96 (in Chinese)

24.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, Joseph B. H. Chang, Wushou P. Chang, 2001.12, Spread of 60Co Contaminated Steel and Its Legal Consequences in Taiwan, 81(6) HEALTH PHYSICS 655-620 (in English) [SCI]

25.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2001.12, Legislative Discretion and Judicial Review: Centered on the Standards of Review, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2000 ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF JUDICIAL YUAN, pp. 237-272 (Judicial Yuan ed., 2001) (in Chinese)

26.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2001.03, The Balance of Powers Between the Executive and Legislative Yuans After the Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 520, 20 TAIWAN LAW JOURNAL 66-79 (in Chinese)

27.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2000.07, Rivalry between Power Brokers and Spiritual Media of Justice: Comments on the Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 499, 12 TAIWAN LAW JOURNAL 27-44 (in Chinese)

28.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2000.05, A Constitutional Analysis of the Theory of Special State-to-State Relations: Challenges and Breakthrough of Constitutional Interpretation, in THE THEORY OF SPECIAL STATE-TO-STATE RELATIONS AND TAIWAN’S STATEHOOD, Taipei, Taiwan: Sharing, pp. 1-37 (Jau-Yuan Hwang ed., 2000) (in Chinese)

29.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2000.03, Conflicts Between Religious Freedom and Military Service Obligation: Comments on the Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 490, 8 Taiwan LAW JOURNAL 30-45 (in Chinese)

30.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 2000.01, On the Constitutionality of the Statute for Reconstruction of the Obsolete Military Villages: Comments on the Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 485, 6 TAIWAN LAW JOURNAL 19-38 (in Chinese)

31.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 1999.11.26, Expert Testimony before the Constitutional Court on the Case concerning the Constitutionality of the 1999 Constitutional Amendments (in Chinese) (unpublished)

32.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 1998.11, Taiwan and the International Human Rights Treaties, 4 NEW CENTURY FOUNDATION FORUM 42-50 (in Chinese)

33.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 1998.09, Constitutionality of the Term Limits on the Congressional Members: Comments on U.S. Term Limits v. Thornton, in CING-KAE CHIAO (ED.), ESSAYS ON IMPORTANT DECISIONS OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURT: 1993~1995, Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, pp. 19-48 (in Chinese)

34.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 1998.01, A Critical Evaluation of the Executive-Legislative Relations after the 1997 Constitutional Amendments of Taiwan, 27(2) NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL 183-216 (in Chinese)

35.   Jau-Yuan Hwang & Jiunn-rong Yet, 1997, Taiwan, in: CHERYL SAUNDERS & GRAHAM HASSALL eds., ASIA-PACIFIC CONSTITUTIONAL YEARBOOK 1995, Carlton, Australia: Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies, University of Melbourne, pp. 279-314 (in English)

36.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 1997.03, Rethinking the Theory of Substantive Limitations on Constitutional Amendments, in MODERN STATE AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF PROFESSOR HONG-HSI LEE, Taipei, Taiwan: Moon Sun Pub., pp. 179-236 (in Chinese)

37.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 1996.04, A Comparative Analysis of the Ballot Access Restrictions on the Independent Presidential Candidates in the Taiwanese and U.S. Laws, 198 TAIPEI BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL 39-55 (in Chinese)

38.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 1996.01, International Legal Status of Taiwan after the World War II, 9 TAIWAN LAW REVIEW 20-31 (in Chinese)

39.   Jau-Yuan Hwang, 1995.05, CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE AND POLITICAL TRANSITION IN TAIWAN SINCE 1986--THE ROLE OF LEGAL INSTITUTIONS, Harvard Law School S.J.D. Dissertation (in English) (unpublished)