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|Other Titles:||A Discussion on the Establishment, System and Functions of Student Courtbased on NTU Student Court|
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
According to the University Law in our country, the Article 17, second part, it gives the university the obligation to protect and assist the students in establishing autonomous associations, which also provides the students with legalized participation in autonomy administration. So far, most of our university autonomous frameworks are divided into three powers: administration, legislation, and jurisdiction. Among them, the power of administration which belongs to Student Association and the legislation to Student Parliament are widely established in universities. But the Student Court, which is responsible for the jurisdiction, is less concerned. This article is based on the basic theory of the constitution, the signification of student autonomy, and the viewpoint of procedure justice. It protects the realization of procedure human rights in Student Court, promotes the theory of Moral development, and approves the importance and the limits of authority of Student Court. At last, this article discusses about the functions and the developments of the Student Court through the real case in NTU Student Court. This is a reference material for other schools in establishing Student Court and in cultivating the legal concept of students and their autonomous ability in the future.
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