“The Legal Complex Fractured: Legal Professional Coalition and Collision in Taiwan’s Judicial Reform.” Law & Policy. (accepted)
2019, “The Currency Exchanger: Taiwanese Public Interest Lawyers in the 21st Century.” UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal, 36(1):33-63.
2018, “The Political Origins of Professional Identity: Lawyers, Judges and Prosecutors in Taiwan’s State Transformation.” Asian Journal of Law and Society. (Best Graduate Student Article Award 2018, Asian Law and Society Association)
2016, “An Inter-court Struggle for Judicial Supremacy.” University of Pennsylvania East Asia Law Review, 11: 294-335. (with Chien-chih Lin)
Book Chapter and Review
2017, Book Review on Lost in China? Law, Culture and Identity in Post-1997 Hong Kong By Carol A.G. Jones.” Asian Journal of Law and Society, 4(1): 279-281.
“Lawyer and Social Movement in Taiwan: Two Waves of Mobilization and Two Generations of Activist Lawyer.” in Handbook on Law, Movements and Social Change, edited by Steven Boutcher et al., Edward Elgar Publishing.
Forthcoming, “A Hub, a Knot, and a Power House: Legal Aid Foundation and Access to Justice in Taiwan.” in Lawyers and Access to Justice: Challenging Pro Bono, edited by Helena Whalen-Bridge, Cambridge University Press. (with Yong-Chin Tsai)
Work in Progress
“Pro Bono Is Pro, Low Bono is Low: Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Lawyers’ Legal Aid Participation” with Yun-chien Chang and Ivan Chiang. (ready for submission)
“Putting a Chinese Face to the Law? China’s Cross-border Impact on Legal Profession”
“The Legal Profession and Extra-Judicial Mobilization in Regime Transition”
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