Tag: China

Help with learning intermediate and advanced legal Chinese

by on August 4, 2011 1:02 pm
Looking to improve your  beginning level Chinese language skills? The Law Library has acquired a copy of the following book and accompanying audio CD. 法律汉语 商事篇 (Chinese Law: Trade and Commerce) Call Number PL1117.5L38 Z36 2007 http://catalog/view/9228129 This is an intermediate/advanced level Chinese legal language study aid. The focus of the readings, vocabulary lists , and study questions… Read more Help with learning intermediate and advanced legal Chinese

Blogging by Chinese Judges

by on May 17, 2011 10:25 am
Professor Anne Sy Cheung’s article in the Harvard International Law Journal includes a couple of interesting findings that merit further investigation. On page 267 of the article, Prof. Sy Cheung writes: “While Blogging by judges may be an unusual phenomenon in common law   countries, it is not unusual in China. In fact, more than half of the… Read more Blogging by Chinese Judges

Reflections on the study of "civil law" in the Qing Dynasty: A Talk by Prof. Deng Jianpeng

by on April 1, 2010 1:28 pm
“REFLECTIONS ON THE STUDY OF ‘CIVIL LAW’ IN QING DYNASTY CHINA USING LOCAL COURT RECORDS”   A Talk by Prof. Deng Jianpeng 邓建鹏   Deng Jianpeng is Associate Professor at the Law School of the Chinese Central University of Nationalities (Zhongyang Minzu Daxue) in Beijing, PRC.  He is a noted historian of Qing dynasty law,… Read more Reflections on the study of "civil law" in the Qing Dynasty: A Talk by Prof. Deng Jianpeng