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Title: 由學生自治論學生法庭之建制與功能
Other Titles: A Discussion on the Establishment, System and Functions of Student Courtbased on NTU Student Court
Authors: 李彥慧
Issue Date: Jun-2004
Publisher: 國立台灣師範大學公民教育與活動領導學系
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
Abstract: 我國大學法第十七條第二項前段之規定,賦予各大學應保障並輔導學生成立自治團體之義務,亦使學生取得法律保障的大學自治行政參與權。由於目前我國大學校院學生自治組織架構多為行政、立法、司法三權分立制度,其中屬行政權之學生會、立法權之學生議會已廣為各校成立,但屬司法權之學生法庭,較不受重視。 本文即由憲法基本理論及學生自治內涵之探討,以及程序正義之觀點,維護程序人權在學生法庭之實現;並從學生事務發展理論中的道德發展論,以提昇學生道德層次的發展觀點,肯認學生法庭之重要功能與權限;最後並以台大學生法庭之規範及實際發生案例分析論述,探討學生法庭的功能及其發展方向,以提供日後各校成立學生法庭,培養學生法治觀念及自治能力之參考。
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.
Other Identifiers: ED4AF252-78B5-7F20-87F4-A6984F50AE7B
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