THE ORDINANCE OF THE EXAMINATION
FOR ENTRY TO THE JUDICIARY(ORDINANCE, No. 18, PROMULGATED ON OCTOBER 18TH,
1917; AMENDED ON MAY 15TH, 1919)
CHAPTER IArticle 1. Examinations for entry to the judiciary
shall be held in conformity with the provisions of this
Ordinance.Article 2. Any male citizen of the Republic of China
may take the examination for entry to the judiciary;
provided that be has completed his twentieth year of
age, and provided that be is one of the following:--
|(1) A graduate with diploma after three years
study of law in a university or college of China.|
|(2) A graduate with diploma after three years
study of law in a foreign university or
|(3) A graduate with diploma after three years
study of law in a public or private university
or college recognized by the Ministry of
Education or the Ministry of Justice.|
|(4) A teacher for a period of three years in a
government university or college or a public|
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Book title: Laws, Ordinances, Regulations and Rules Relating to the Judicial Administration of the Republic of China.
Contributors: Joseph En-Pao Wang - Editor.
Publisher: University Publications of America.
Place of publication: Arlington, VA.
Publication year: 1976.
Page number: 48.
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