Rai Hau-min
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Rai Hau-min
The Honourable Chief Justice

Rai Hau-min
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President of the Judicial Yuan

13 October 2010 - 1 November 2016
DeputySu Yeong-chin
Lai In-jaw
Hsieh Tsai-chuan (acting)
Hsu Tzong-li
Chairperson of Central Election Commission of the Republic of China

4 November 2009 - 12 October 2010
Chang Cheng-hsiung
Chang Po-ya
Personal details
Born2 January 1939 (1939-01-02) (age 81)
T?'oku Village, By?ritsu District, Shinchiku Prefecture, Taiwan, Empire of Japan (modern-day Touwu, Miaoli County, Taiwan)
NationalityRepublic of China
Alma materNational Taiwan University
University of Tokyo

Rai Hau-min (Chinese: ; pinyin: Lài Hàom?n; born 2 January 1939)[1] in T?'oku Village, Shinchiku Prefecture, Japanese Taiwan, was the President of the Judicial Yuan of the Republic of China from 2010 to 2016. An attorney by profession, Rai founded the Formosa Transnational Attorney at Law (?) in 1974,[2] and served as the Chairperson of the Central Election Commission of the Republic of China from 4 November 2009 to 12 October 2010 before his appointment as President of the Judicial Yuan.[3]


Rai obtained his bachelor's and master's degrees in law from National Taiwan University and University of Tokyo in Japan, respectively.

See also



  1. ^ Hau-Min Rai
  2. ^ (in Chinese). China: Baidu. 2014. Retrieved 2014.
  3. ^ ? (in Chinese). Republic of China: Central Election Commission. 2014. Retrieved 2014.

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Legal offices
Preceded by
Lai In-Jaw
President of Judicial Yuan
Succeeded by
Hsu Tzong-li

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