Digital Law Asia


Mark L. Shope

Assistant Professor of Law

National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University School of Law


Mark L. Shope is an Assistant Professor of Law at the National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University School of Law in Hsinchu, Taiwan. Mark’s research areas include include policy and human rights issues relating to the use of artificial intelligence, cross-border transactions utilizing blockchain technology, design thinking, and online learning. Mark is committed to improving the way people learn, collaborate, and communicate through various technologies. Mark teaches International Business Transactions, U.S. Corporate Law, English Legal Writing, AI and Law, Innovative Technology & Legal Practice, and Introduction to US Law and coaches the school’s VIS Moot Court team. Mark teaches in Chinese and English using a combination of Chinese and English language materials.


Blog Posts


Mark L. Shope






Privacy Concerns on Social Media in the Digital World

In this episode, we are honored to invite Prof. Hung-yu Chuang to talk about the recent development of digital privacy in social media and share his perspective.

Online Teaching Experience Sharing

For this episode, we are very happy to invite Prof. Tsai-fang Chen to share with us the experience of online teaching

Welcome to Digital Law Asia

For the first podcast, we invited the executive director- Prof. Wen-Chen Chang and creative director-Prof. Shope to introduce our website.


Internet as Sanction

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