Edinburgh Law School visited by the Taiwanese Minister of Justice

The Edinburgh Law School was honoured by a visit from the Taiwanese Minister of Justice, Yung-Fu Tseng and his party on 7th September.

The Edinburgh Law School was honoured by a visit from the Taiwanese Minister of Justice, Yung-Fu Tseng and his party on 7th September.

The Minister met key colleagues from the Law School and across the University to discuss legal education in Scotland,  the Scottish system of public prosecution, criminal justice research and the University’s Internationalisation Strategy.

Justice Tseng’s party consisted of his wife, Ou, Nuan; Yang, Wan-Li (Head Prosecutor, Kaohsiung District Prosecutors Office); Wu, Mei-Lin (Prosecutor, Kaohsiung District Prosecutors Office) and they were accompanied by Mr. Steven Reyyuan Chu, (Director General of Taipei Representative Office in the UK, Edinburgh Office) and Miss Selena Chih-han Chang (Assistant Director Taipei Representative Office in the UK, Edinburgh Office). Edinburgh Law student Wei-sheng Hong very kindly acted as translator for the occasion.