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อาจารย์ติณเมธ  วงศ์ใหญ่
Aj. Thinnamedh  Wongyai

School Of Law 2 Floor, E2 Building

Mae Fah Luang University 333 Moo 1

Thasud, Muang Chiang Rai 57100 Thailand

Tel & Fax : (66) 53 916 860, (66) 53 916 857

E.mail : thinnamedh.won@mfu.ac.th

Curriculum Vitae

 


Education  
2004 – 2009

Mae Fah Luang University

Master of Laws (LL.M.) : GPAX. 3.87

(Criminal law and Criminal Justice Administration)

Thesis : Legal measure relating to electronic card of

Thailand and other countries : comparative studies

approace.

2003

Lawyers Council of Thailand

Lawyer Training Certificate

Lawyer License

1998 – 2001

Ramkhamhaeng University

Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) GPAX. 2.47

High School 1996 Samakkhiwittayakom School

Experience

 
2010 – Present

Mae fah Luang University, School of Law

Lecturer

2006 - 2010

Division of Correspondences, Document and Legal

Affairs , Mae fah Luang University

Legal Officer

2003 – 2005

Soton LLM. Advocates & Solicitors Legal Counsellors

Thailand.

Lawyer

2001 – 2003

Soton LLM. Advocates & Solicitors Legal Counsellors

Thailand.

Lawyer assistant

2003-2005

Siam University, Faculty of Law

Lecturer

  • Teaching a subject of Public Law.

Teaching Activities

  • Foundation of Legal Principles
  • Law of Evidence
  • Criminal Law 1 : General Principles
  • Criminal Law 2 : Offenses
  • Criminal Liability (Selected Acts)
  • Seminar on Criminal Law
  • Forensic Medicine

Research & Academic Documents

1. A Legal Approach to Develop a Mechanism Organization and Process in the Emergence of New Evidence according to the Criminal Retrial Act B.E.2526

2. The Existing of Participatory Rule and Community Order Restoration in the Mungrai Code (Wat Gasa Version) : Principles and Concepts Being Applicable for the Current Contexts.

3. The Restoration of Buddhism Ideology for Matrimony Benefits

: A case Study of Mungrai Code Wat Sao-Hai Vesion.

4. Problem arising from applying foreign laws in Thai courts.

5. Guideline for use of Traditional Knowlwdge as collateral

: A case study of Chiang-Rai Province.

6. The Problems of verifiable and admissible evidence derived from closed-circuit television video relating to criminal cases.