China's Legal Reforms (Studies on Contemporary China)

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This collection of essays by leading international scholars of Chinese law analyses the accomplishments of Chinese law reform and the problems that confront the Chinese leadership and the Chinese people in their struggle to define the role of law in China. A sound legal system is not only essential for continued economic growth and foreign investment, but its future development will express and reflect the evolution of China's post-totalitarian political institutions.

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Stanley B. Lubman is an Attorney at Law, Allen and Overy.

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`This volume is an important resource for anyone interested in modern Chinese law. It weaves together the scholarship, perspectives, and experience of academia and the bar and will remain vital and valuable to both for years to come.'
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