Chunyu Tsai serves as a Legal Researcher at the Science & Technology Law Institute, where he supports organizations across sectors with ESG, guiding clients from initially understanding their current strengths and weaknesses, through to developing and implementing strategies and solutions to improve and solidify sustainable performance.
Chunyu also focuses his work on assisting the Taiwan Financial Supervisory Commission with planning and proposing Taiwanese Sustainable Economic Activity Guideline.
Chunyu specializes in corporate law, intellectual property law, climate change regulations and sustainable finance policy.
．Master of Laws, Institute of Law for Science and Technology, National Tsing Hua University.
．Special Audit Student, Graduate School of Law, Osaka University.
．Bachelor of Science, Engineer and System Science, National Tsing Hua University.
．Institute for Information Industry / Science & Technology Law Institute Associate Legal Researcher (April 12, 2021 - )
．Tsai, Chunyu, True or Faux Convergence? Legal Transplantation of Fiduciary Duties under Taiwanese Corporate Law (Feb. 25, 2021) (unpublished LL.M. dissertation, National Tsing Hua University).
．Tsai, Chunyu, Legal Development of CCUS in Japan, Science and Technology Law Review, 34(11), 39-47 (2022).
．Tsai, Chunyu, The R&D and Application Plan of CCUS Technology in Japan, Science and Technology Law Review, 34(4), 7-8 (2022).
．Tsai, Chunyu, The Strategy of European Sustainable Finance Development, Science and Technology Law Review, 33(7), 2 (2021).
．Tsai, Chunyu, The Japanese METI Proposed “Basic knowledge preparation plan”, 33(9), 2 (2021).
．Tsai, Chunyu, The 6G Wireless New Vision Strategy of University of Surrey, Science and Technology Law Review, 33(7), 2 (2021).