While studying at the school, he became one of the public relations staff at the Department of Law. At the same time, he didn't forget to study, and he participated in many activities.
Mr. Li not only learned company law, civil law, criminal law, the bill act, marine law, insurance law, administrative law, and others, but he also chose international public law, economical law, anti-trust law, international trade law, and intellectual property law as his optional subjects during his four years at the school.
While he was in the army, he served at the Law Department in the No.13 Battalion of the Coast Guard Administration where he dealt with criminal cases and learned ways to make the best of a tough job.
Mr. Li is from Tamsui, an old harbor township in New Taipei City, and he likes to spend his leisure time watching the sea, which makes him feel comfortable and confident to face all kinds of difficulties.
His outside interests include reading, dancing and traveling.
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