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Delegate upholds principle of justice for all


Providing legal aid to people dealing with disputes or lawsuits is not easy work, but Xu Hui has provided such help for almost 20 years.

China amends regulations to simplify administrative procedures


China has revised regulations on administrative procedures to make it easier for businesses to gain government approvals in the latest effort to invigorate the market.

Debt defaulter fined for flying first-class


A court in south China's Shenzhen City said Saturday it had fined a debt defaulter 100,000 yuan (15,000 U.S. dollars) for taking a first-class flight.

Experts stress importance of codifying China's environmental laws


Chinese academics have stressed the importance of improving communication with foreign experts in environmental legislation, according to a recent seminar.

Law experts pleased with country's legal reforms


Delegates to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China who represent the legal sector said on Thursday that construction of a judicial system and related reforms will be accelerated and improved.

CPC to set up central leading group for advancing law-based governance in all areas


The Communist Party of China (CPC) will set up a central leading group for advancing law-based governance in all areas, Xi Jinping said Wednesday while delivering a report at the opening session of the 19th CPC National Congress.

China to pilot lawyer mediation system


BEIJING, Oct. 16 (Xinhua) -- China will pilot a lawyer mediation system in nine provinces and two municipalities in an attempt to better resolve civil and business conflicts.

More legal talent needed to navigate Belt, Road challenges


China must boost its cultivation of legal talent as the country forges ahead with the Belt and Road Initiative, according to experts at a seminar in Beijing.