Ideological Conflict And The Rule Of Law In Contemporary China

Author: Samuli Seppänen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107142903
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A New Understanding of the Rule of Law: A Comparative Law Analysis (法治新
视界:比较法的分析) (Beijing:社会科学文献出版社, 2011). Li Shirong & Wang
Liming, Legal Issues in the Reform of the Economic System (经济体制改革中的
法律问题) (Beijing:经济科学出版社, 1988). Li, Victor H., Law without Lawyers: A
Comparative View of Law in China and the United States (Boulder, CO: Westview
, 1978). “The Role of Law in Communist China,” The China Quarterly 44 (1970),

The Ethos Of The Hong Kong Chinese

Author: Zhaojia Liu
Publisher: Chinese University Press
ISBN: 9789622014312
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Ch'u T'ung-tsu, Law and Society in Traditional China (Paris: Mouton & Co., 1965),
pp. 275-76. 21. Chang Wei-jen, "Traditional Chinese Attitudes Toward Law and
Authority," Paper presented to the Symposium on Chinese and European
Concepts of Law held in Hong Kong on March 20-25, 1986, p. 7. 22. Victor H. Li,
Law Without Lawyers: A Comparative View of Law in China and the United
States (Boulder: Westview Press, 1978), p. 20. 23. Herbert Huey, "Law and Social
Attitudes in ...

China Law Deskbook

Publisher: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781616327897
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J. Zhang, Fa Shi Jian Lue [A Survey of Legal History] 65 (Beijing, China, Mass
Publishing House 1987); Zhiping, Explicating "Law": A Comparative Perspective
of Chinese and Western Legal Culture, 3 J. Chinese L. 55 (1989) (discusses the
differences between China's concepts of law and other legal systems); V. Li, Law
Without Lawyers: A Comparative View of Law in China and the United States 13-
15, 25-26 (1977) (author discusses the "rule of law" under Confucian philosophy)
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Women S Rights

Author: Lynn Walter
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313308901
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Law Without Lawyers: A Comparative View of Law in China and the United
States. Boulder: Westview Press. Li, Xiaojiang. 1994. "Economic Reform and the
Awakening of Chinese Women's Consciousness." In Engendering China:
Women, Culture, and the State, ed. C. Gilmartin, G. Hershatter, L. Rofel, and T.
White. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 360-82. Li, Xiaorong. 1995. " '
Asian Values' and the Universality of Human Rights." China Rights Forum (
September): 32-36.

Reform Legitimacy And Dilemmas

Author: Wang Gungwu
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814492264
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There were only less than 3,000 attorneys in 1957, the year when the Chinese
legal profession reached its peak before the end of the Cultural Revolution.” The
number was increased to 98,902 in 1997 (Table 3). Law firms (falu shiwusuo)
developed from none to 8,441 in 1997. More Table 1 Laws and Regulations
Passed in the People's Rebulic. ” Victor H. Li, Law Without Lawyers: A
Comparative View of Law in China and the United States (Boulder, CO.:
Westview Press, 1978).

The Limits Of The Rule Of Law In China

Author: Karen G. Turner
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295803894
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11 / The Rule of Law Imposed from Outside China's Foreign-Oriented Legal
Regime since 1978 JAMES V. FEINERMAN n the 1970s, one of the pioneers in
the study of modern Chinese law in the Western world, Victor Li, wrote a book
titled Law without Lawyers." Subtitled “A Comparative View of Law in China and
the United States,” it surveyed salient differences between the two countries with
respect to the extent and sophistication of their formal legal regimes. Contrasting
the ...

Political Reform In Post Mao China

Author: Barrett L. McCormick
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520067653
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It finds the obstacles to building a stronger legal system in vaguely formulated
laws, the absence of various procedural guarantees in legal codes, and the
shortage of trained personnel. Another useful perspective is modernization. ...
mediation.5 In reviewing the development of law in China in the context of
China's Leninist state, I will attempt to build a comparative approach that is
systematic but does not assume that any particular form of modernization is
inevitable. In America's ...

The Changing Chinese Legal System 1978 Present

Author: Bin Liang
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135903239
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Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Li, V. H. (1978). Law without lawyers:
A comparative view of law in China and the United States. Boulder, CO:
Westview. Li, Y. (2002). Court reform in China: Problems, progress and prospects
. In J. Chen, Y. Li, & J. M. Otto (Eds.), Implementation of law in the People's
Republic of China (pp. 55–84). The Hague, Netherlands: Kluwer Law. Liang, B.,
& Lauderdale, P. (2006). China and globalization: Developments in eco- nomic
and legal change ...

The Judicial System And Reform In Post Mao China

Author: Yuwen Li
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317026551
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'Presumed Innocent, Feared Dangerous: The Eighth Amendment's Right to Bail',
Northern Kentucky Law Review 32:8. Li, Ling. 2010. 'Corruption in China's Courts
', in Judicial Independence in China: Lessons for Global Rule of Law Promotion,
edited by Randall Peerenboom, pp. 196–220. Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press. Li, Victor. 1978. Law without Lawyers: A Comparative View of Law in
China and the United States. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. ——. 1970. 'The Role
of ...