Jurisdiction: Building Confidence in a Borderless Medium
July 26-27, 1999
Assistant Professor of Law
Graduate Institute of Industrial Economics at National Central
Ching-Yi Liu is assistant professor of law at the Graduate Institute of
Industrial Economics at National Central University, Taiwan, starting the
summer of 1999. Prior to joining this interdisciplinary institute, she has
taught as an assistant professor of law at Tamkang University for two years.
Ching-Yi graduated from the Law Department of National Taiwan University
in 1989 and then received her first master degree of law from the Graduate
Institute of Law at the same university in 1993. Her study in the United
States from 1993 to 1997 was sponsored by a full scholarship of Taiwan's
government. She received an LL.M. from Harvard Law School in 1994 and her
J.S.D. from the University of Chicago Law School in 1997.
Ching-Yi's current researches and publications include the regulation of
cyberspace, technology and law, as well as antitrust law. She is also
currently involved with some free-lance consulting work for the
Internet-related governmental agencies in Taiwan, serving as legal council
for their delegates to APEC and ICANN's government advisory committee, as
well as activities in organizations like APTLD and TWNIC.
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