Tai-Jan Huang is currently a J.S.D. fellow at Stanford Law School. He held a J.S.M. degree from Stanford Law School and obtained LL.M. at National Taiwan University. His recent paper has been selected in 2013 Harvard Law School and Stanford Law School International Junior Faculty Forum.
His master thesis at National Taiwan University, “The Other of Intellectual Property and its Resistance: Public Domain and Creative Commons,” received outstanding thesis awards from Taiwan Law Society and Cultural Studies Associations. His recent research focuses on the intersection between intellectual property and legal consciousness.
Key Research Areas
- Intellectual Property Law
- Communication Law
- Internet Law