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Sunday, July 31, 2005

China's legal system in transition: Cohen testimony before CECC

People often ask me where they can find a good, short summary of China's legal system and some of the problems it faces. I can now direct them to the statement of Prof. Jerome Cohen (NYU Law School) before the Congressional-Executive China Commission at its hearing on Law in Political Transitions: Lessons From East Asia and the Road Ahead for China. I also highly recommend the statement of Prof. John Ohnesorge (University of Wisconsin Law School), which reflects on the relevance of the South Korean experience to issues of Chinese legal and political reform.

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