The Asian Law Schools Association (ALSA) was established in September 2020 for the purpose of upholding and advancing excellence in legal education and scholarship in Asia through meaningful collaboration among Asian law schools. ALSA promotes the core values of academic freedom, the rule of law, diversity, integrity, and professionalism. ALSA has twenty-six founding member schools that are among the very top law schools in Asia.

More information on ALSA can be found on their website.


The National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) School of Law is one of Taiwan’s leading law schools, ranked 3rd among law schools in Taiwan and ranked 251–300 overall in the world in the subject of law by the QS World University Rankings. NYCU School of Law is located on the campus of National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University near the Hsinchu Science Park. It has long been Taiwan’s center for the study of intellectual property and technology law, but now NYCU Law goes beyond its roots in intellectual property and technology law and has equally remarkable achievements in its six main areas of research: Intellectual Property Law; Business Law, Corporate Governance, and White-Collar Crime; Gender Equality, Labor Rights, and Social Justice; Biotechnology and Health Law; Transnational Law and International Negotiation; and Information Communication and Competition Law.

The 2023 ALSA conference is based on the participation of NYCU School of Law in ALSA. As digital governance-related initiatives have been promoted in recent years among Asian countries, technology in legal education, such as ChatGPT and remote education, has become important topic for further discussion. NYCU School of Law is honored to invite outstanding law scholars from all over the world to present their insights into current legal issues and to help connect and build a connection between ALSA members.

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