On the afternoon of January 21, Professor Liu Jianhong, Dean of Taiwan Chung Cheng University Law School, Li Qingsong, President of the Taiwan Association of Lawyers Association, Chief Consultant of Taiwan Chung Cheng University Law School, Wu Yingzhi and Li Xuan, Lawyers of Taiwan Chung Cheng University Law School，visited KoGuan School of Law. Prof. Hou Liyang, Assistant to the Dean of KoGuan School of Law, Associate Professor Jiang Hongzhen, Assistant to the Dean of KoGuan School of Law, Li Junming, Executive Director of Finance and Taxation Research Center and Wang Huayu, Deputy Director of Finance and Taxation Research Center, received the guests at the VIP room of Leo KoGuan School of Law Building in Xuhui Campus and held a working meeting in Room 315.
Dean Assistant Hou Liyang and Dean Assistant Jiang Hongzhen first extended a warm welcome to Professor Liu Jianhong and Li Qingsong and his delegation. They also introduced the development history of KoGuan School of Law and the latest achievements and progress made in the academic research, cross-strait exchanges, personnel training and foreign training.
Dean Liu Jianhong spoke highly of the rapid development of Shanghai Jiaotong University and KoGuan School of Law in recent years, and discussed the cooperation between Taiwan Chung Cheng University Law School and KoGuan School of Law in the exchange of teachers, the exchange of students, the training of law in mainland China and the construction of law school. Subsequently, Li Qingsong, in conjunction with the 136 and 176 announcements issued by the Ministry of Justice, analyzed the needs of legal practice training for Taiwan residents to obtain the extension of the scope of national legal professional qualifications.
Dean Assistant Hou Liyang and Dean Assistant Jiang Hongzhen responded positively to the proposal of President Liu Jianhong and hoped that the cooperation between the two institutions would serve as a good model for cross-strait academic exchanges. In the future, the two institutions will strengthen cooperation in joint research, teacher-student exchanges, and mainland legal practice training in some subject areas, and make more attempts and efforts.
Finally, the two sides exchanged souvenirs and took a group photo.