Appointment and Qualification of Prosecutors
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Becoming a prosecutor in Taiwan is significantly different than in the United States. In Taiwan, as in Europe and Japan, the law faculty is one of the coordinate university elements at which students matriculate directly after their secondary school education. Law students have to complete a bachelor's level degree in law before taking the nationwide Judiciary Examination or Lawyer Examination. Usually, only around three or four percent of the several thousands who take the Judiciary Examination pass it every year. Admission to the Institute for Judiciary Training therefore is as difficult as getting into the most selective law schools in the United States.