Facilities

I. Facilities

The Department of Law, situated in the College of Law Building, is well equipped with various facilities, including a legal library, study rooms, conference rooms, and computer rooms. Students may use the personal computers in the computer rooms to do on-line assignments and word processing. For use in teaching, we also have computer projectors and laptop computers. Additionaly, the College of Law is also equipped with both large and small mock courts which allow students to gain personal experience in judicial practice and debate so that the teaching objectives can be achieved: the integration of theory and practice.

II. Journals and Databases 

1. The literature in the CCU library and the legal library in the College of Law includes not only academic papers, theses, national publications, and reference books for national examinations, but also information on Civil Law, Criminal Law, and administrative judgments. 

2. The legal library of the College of Law is equipped with a library and information management system, so all books are classified as general books, judgment books, or journals. This makes it much more convenient for teachers and students to find information. 

3. Book collections in the CCU library and the legal library of the College of Law are as follows:


Collection Category

CCU library

Legal library of College of Law

Chinese law and Japanese law and other specialized books

43000 (volumes)

More than 10000 (volumes)

English law and other specialized books

24000 (volumes)

Journals

773 (kinds)

194 (kinds)

Judgment books

5100 (volumes)

2636 (volumes)

Databases

OPEC Searching System

 Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe

 Law Bank Searching System

Root Searching System (used only in legal library of College of Law)