Professor Chih-Chieh Lin is a Distinguished Professor of Law at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University and is currently chairing the Financial Ombudsman Institution. Professor Lin is an expert in criminal law, corporate criminal liability, white-collar crimes, and gender and law and is frequently invited by courts to give expert testimony in high-profile financial cases and by various governmental departments to provide professional opinions on financial laws and policies. As a well-recognized scholar, she actively lectures on issues involving finance and criminal law and is a popular lecturer among Taiwan’s academic institutions, governmental departments, and financial services sector. On occasion, she is invited to lecture in universities abroad. Professor Lin holds an SJD and an LL.M from Duke University and an LL.B from National Taiwan University and is admitted to Taiwan Bar.
Chih-Chieh(Carol), Lin (2011.06), “Too Much v. Too Less, the – A Comparative View of the Prosecutor’s Power on Combating White-Collar and Corporate Crimes”, Law and Society Association 2011 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA
Chih-Chieh(Carol), Lin (2010.03), “Rape Law and Its Reform in Taiwan”4th Global Conference, Evil, Law and the State, Inter-Disciplinary. Net, Salzburg, Austria.
Chih-Chieh(Carol), Lin (2010.02),“Reasonable Doubt? Rape Law and the Culture in Taiwan’s Courtroom”Inaugural East Asian Law and Society Conference, CRN East Asian Law and Society (Law and Society Association), Hong Kong, China.
Chih-Chieh(Carol), Lin (2009.06),“Power, Judicial Culture, and Battered Women Who Kill the Abusers: A Feminist Perspective” The Law and Society Association 2009 Annual Meeting, The Law and Society Association, Colorado, USA.
Chih-Chieh(Carol), Lin (2005.04) ,“ Rethink Rape Law and Its Culture in the Taiwanese Court Room”Democratization and Judicial Reform in Taiwan, Fairbank Center for East Asian Research, Harvard University, MA, USA.
Chih-Chieh(Carol), Lin (2005.03), “Rape and its Legal Model”, Thinking Gender: The Fifteenth Annual Graduate Student Research Conference, UCLA Center for the Study of Women, LA, USA .