Books about China's Legal System and Chinese Legal Research
Chinese Legal Research by Paul Kossof
Call Number: KNQ47 .K67 2014
Publication Date: 2014-05-27
The goal of this book is to supply researchers with all of the background, tools, resources, and tips necessary to conduct effective Chinese legal research. This book compares the Chinese legal system to foreign jurisdictions, and explains China's legal system including its governmental structure, constitution, legislation, administration, and courts. This book also contains a detailed guide to romanization, citations, and Chinese legal research services.
Chinese Law and Legal Research by Wei Luo
Call Number: KNQ47 .L86 2005
Publication Date: 2004
This work, written by Washington University law librarian and Chinese lawyer Wei Luo, explains the Chinese political establishment, outlines historical and current government structures, legal and judicial systems, and the Chinese legal publishing industry, and discusses the government information system, censorship, and the impact of the Internet.
Electronic Database Law for Law of the People's Republic of China: China Law Info
China Academic Library and Information System (联合目录公共检索). CALIS is a nation-wide collaborative project of China’s academic libraries started in 1998 with the primary service center located in Beijing University. It accepts Chinese as well as English as search input. Both simplified and traditional Chinese would yield the same search result. However, CALIS does not accept pinyin as a search input.