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Saturday, December 26, 2009

Mo Shaoping profiled in the New York Times

Periodically I post profiles of well-known figures in the Chinese law world (but usually only when someone else writes them). Here's a profile of attorney Mo Shaoping in the Dec. 22 issue of the New York Times. It was Mo's firm, by the way, that defended Liu Xiaobo. As fellow attorney Pu Zhiqiang wrote bitterly back in 2004, "Lawyer Mo Shaoping . . . has with a succession of defeats become the glory of his profession." (Pu was being bitter about the legal system, not about Mo.)

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