Tsai Ing-wen files lawsuit against two professors in London School of Economics thesis controversy. According to the LSE Library, Tsai did not submit her thesis to the library as required when she graduated. Nagging questions about the missing thesis prompted Tsai to submit the thesis in , thirty-five years late. Upon his return Lin issued a fifty page report on his observations and findings. According to Lin, the faxed thesis appeared to be a draft version with missing pages, handwritten comments, and page numbers that did not match the table of contents. Tsai is represented by attorneys Lien Yuan-lung and Chang Jen-chih.
LSE statement on PhD of Dr Tsai Ing-wen
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Sam Fremantle specialises in ethics and political philosophy. His first degree was philosophy and economics at the University of Bristol which was then followed by the MA in political philosophy the idea of toleration at the University of York. He is currently completing his doctoral thesis on the subject of distributive justice at UCL. E-mail Sam sam [at] londonschoolofphilosophy. E-mail Anja anja [at] philosophynow. E-mail Shahrar shahrar [at] londonschoolofphilosophy.
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