We are committed to presenting the Chinese judicial system. If you need to settle disputes in China, we help you build reasonable expectations and develop effective strategies and solutions. If you are intrigued by China’s justice, we help you explore this fascinating field.
We inform you of what is going on and why it is happening in China’s judicial system. For instance, we not only help you figure out, before a certain mechanism is established, what lies at the heart of related debates among Chinese legislators, judges, prosecutors, lawyers, scholars, and the public, but we also help you find out, how this mechanism works in practice after being created, and what the public views are.
We present to you the logic of China’s justice, its transparency, openness as well as the humanized part. We hope, when faced with the Chinese judicial system, you are not at a loss or feeling overwhelmed. So please let us know your thoughts, and feel free to make comments and suggestions.
China Justice Observer (CJO) is co-founded by Guodong Du and Meng Yu. Guodong Du is currently practicing at Beijing Anli Law Firm. Prior to this, Guodong practiced for years at the Dentons Beijing office. Meng Yu is a researcher and received her Ph.D. from China University of Political Science and Law. Our friends in China’s legal profession also contribute to CJO.
To become a contributor or an editor: if you would like to submit articles (either in English or in Chinese) for publication on CJO, or to assist us in translating and editing the manuscripts, please contact Meng Yu (firstname.lastname@example.org). We hope to build an engaged and active community with friends who are interested in introducing the Chinese legal system in English for the global audience.
All content of CJO is written in English, and content in other languages is automatically generated by Google Translate. In case of any discrepancy between the English version and the version in other languages, the English version shall prevail.