What kind of spiritual home should a legal professional have? To Cai Jun, deputy head of the third legislative division of the justice bureau of Northwest China's Shaanxi province, it is a place for the cultivation of virtues like humanitarianism, impartiality, integrity, kindness, and a sense of responsibility and justice. It is where a legal professional's faith in law and social conscience are nurtured.
"I hope I am a beam of light to warm up the people around me and light up the path forward for the people being lost." This is the poetic sentence Liao Wenjing has often repeated since she became a prison police officer 18 years ago.
Since starting his career in community correction work in 2014, Gao Bo, deputy head of the community correction division of the judicial bureau of Beijing, has been contributing to the safety and stability of the capital city in an outstanding manner that has earned him multiple honorary tiles.
Since being dispatched in 2012 to a compulsory drug rehabilitation center in Ziyang, Southwest China's Sichuan province, Bai Ying, a policeman who is now the deputy head of one of the brigades in the center, has been handling the most complicated and difficult task in drug rehabilitation work -- helping HIV-infected addicts abstain from drugs.
Since July 2013, Sun Yang has been handling administrative reconsideration work as a principal staff member at the third division of administrative reconsideration and response to lawsuits of the justice bureau of Heilongjiang, China's northernmost province.
For almost thirty years, since 1990, Wan Xiongxin, deputy investigator of the legislative affairs office of the government of Baiyin, a city in Northwest China's Gansu province, has been handling the city's administrative law enforcement work, making it part of his life and linking together pre-event, in-process and post-event supervision.
Born in a small, remote village in Ruichang, East China's Jiangxi province, Wang Gang, a onetime teacher, has been working on the forefront of law popularization for 26 years.
Working diligently to maintain social harmony, Kang Ling, head of a people's mediation committee in a neighborhood in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, has been noted in media coverage multiple times for her excellent work, which has earned her a number of honors such as national model judicial station director, advanced worker of Hubei province and recognition as one of the top 10 figures in building grass-roots rule of law.
Since 1995, Li Rongkai, an experienced lawyer and a seasoned people's mediator, has been committed to providing grassroots legal services, earning him not just a range of titles but also people's respect.
To Xin Lingna,a senior notary at the Yangpu Notary Public Office in Shanghai, speed is key in her daily work.
Zhang Beibei, deputy director of a legal aid center in Wenzhou, East China’s Zhejiang province, has personally provided legal consultancy service to over 10,000 people over the past nine years, writing at least 100 legal documents on their behalf and handling nearly 100 criminal and civil cases.
As a 26-year veteran in studying and applying forensic science, Shen Xiaolin has, so far, helped people with his expertise in nearly 10,000 cases as the head of a forensic science service center in Nanjing, capital of East China’s Jiangsu province, earning himself a range of titles and, more importantly, the trust and respect of the people.
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