Supreme People's Court to boost judicial transparency


    Reforms spark legal brain drain


    Prisoners on death row to get free legal aid


    Circuit court begins hearing first appeals

  • Court reform increases judges' workload

    Chinese courts have registered more than 6.2 million disputes since introducing a judicial reform to ease case filing, up 31.9 percent year-on-year, China's top court said on Sunday.

  • Abolition of forced labor creates a more 'civil society'

    Aug 18, 2011, should have been Ren Jianyu's first rung on the ladder to success as a government official. Instead, just hours after being formally recruited as a civil servant, the then-25-year-old Chongqing native was arrested on charges of attempting to overthrow the State.

  • Reform boosts human rights protections

    Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of special reports to mark achievements in various sectors during the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-15).

  • New media playing vital role in judicial openness

    Supreme People’s Court Vice-President Jing Hanchao, leading a Chinese delegation, visited the UK and Switzerland from Oct 10 to17.

  • Speech on judicial openness

    Supreme People’s Court Vice-President Tao Kaiyuan, leading a Chinese delegation, attended a meeting of Presidents of the Supreme Courts of Central and Eastern European countries from Oct 11-14 in Brijuni, Croatia.

  • Booming Beijing IP court adds tech research team

    A technology research team to assist judges hearing a surge in complex intellectual property disputes was established today in Beijing to help ensure more professional verdicts.

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