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A New Study on the Judicial Administrative System with Chinese Characteristics


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxi
  2. A Survey

  3. Judicial Guarantee

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 49-49
    2. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 51-95
    3. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 97-147
    4. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 149-185
    5. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 187-229
    6. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 231-268
  4. Legal Services

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 269-269
    2. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 271-320
    3. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 321-361
    4. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 363-391
    5. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 393-429
    6. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 431-479
    7. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 481-517
    8. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 519-565
    9. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 567-604
    10. Yong’an Ren, Xianyang Lu
      Pages 605-644
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 645-658

About this book


This book offers a comprehensive introduction to China’s judicial administration system. It presents in-depth analyses of the country’s current judicial administration system, as well as a new theory on the system that is based on the realities of today’s China, and provides guidance on reform. The book examines the system as a whole, as well as various specific aspects of judicial administration, putting forward bold theoretical proposals for improving China’s judicial administration system and judicial system in general.


Judicial Administration System Chinese Characteristics Chinese Legal System Socialist Judicial Administration System China’s Realities

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.The Ministry of JusticeThe Judicial Research InstituteBeijingChina
  2. 2.Binhai School of Foreign Affairs of Tianjin Foreign Studies UniversityTianjinChina

About the authors

Yong’an Ren, who hailes from Yongnian, Hebei Province, is a research fellow, a postdoctoral fellow in theoretical economics, and section chief of the First Research Department, the Judicial Research Institute, the Ministry of Justice, P.R.C. With a doctorate in jurisprudence, he has been engaged for years in theoretical research on judicial administration and scientific research management. Dr. Ren is the author of A Study on the Project Management System for Jurisprudence and over thirty periodical articles. Meanwhile, he has presided over five research projects from the National Social Sciences Foundation and the Ministry of Science and Technology.   

Xianyang LU, of Zhecheng, He'nan Province, is a doctorate in jurisprudence, and an associate professor at Faculty of Liberal Arts and Law of Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology. A research fellow in administrative law at Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, a key discipline designated by the Shanghai Municipal Government, Mr. Lu is mainly engaged in the research and teaching of constitutional law, administrative law, and economic law. The author of a textbook and some ten journal articles, he has also presided over or participated in five research projects sponsored by the social sciences foundation at the provincial or ministerial level.

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