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The Art of Trial Process, An Outline of Judicial Philosophy in China, by Kai Yang

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The Art of Trial Process, An Outline of Judicial Philosophy in China, by Kai Yang
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
The Art of Trial Process
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electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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by Kai Yang
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An Outline of Judicial Philosophy in China
Summary
This book focuses on the reality of China’s modern judiciary, systematically demonstrating and discussing the judicial philosophy and judicial ethics as applied by Chinese courts and judges. In order to illustrate the methods of jurisprudence and sociology of law in the context of China’s judicial practice and practicability of applicable laws, it also addresses judicial methodology and Chinese judges' trial methods. Based on comparative study and aiming at global judicial reform, the book provides valuable guidance and insights for readers pursuing a detailed understanding of modern Chinese judiciary, Chinese judges and Chinese rule of law. The book is intended to primarily serve the need of legal professionals around the world, in particular those who are interested in China’s judicial system
Table Of Contents
A General View on the Chinese Judges Judicial Art -- The Theoretical Foundation of the Art of Adjudication -- Quality Constitutions of the Chinese Adjudication Art -- The Evaluation Standard of the Art of Adjudication -- Principles of the Art of Adjudication -- Nourishment of the Art of Adjudication
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