MOJ releases third group of typical cases on legal support for work resumption


The Ministry of Justice has released the third group of typical cases on providing legal services for enterprises' work and production resumption.

Shanxi uses online platform to settle medical disputes amid epidemic


After receiving an emergency call in late February from a hospital in the northern province of Shanxi that had reported an ongoing dispute with the family of a patient, the provincial people's mediation committee immediately dispatched mediators to the hospital to deal with the incident.

Over 130,000 lawyers in China are CPC members: association


More than 130,000 practicing lawyers in China are members of the Communist Party of China (CPC), and they have played exemplary roles in major events in the country such as the fight against the COVID-19 epidemic, the All China Lawyers Association said on June 30.

China's first law on community correction to take effect on July 1


China's first law on community correction will take effect on July 1.

China's annual legal profession qualification exam outline to be published


The outline of China's unified qualification exam for legal professionals in 2020 will be published soon, the Ministry of Justice said on June 28.

Legal aid helps migrant worker obtain compensation


Given the impasse in his negotiation with the contractor, Wang turned to Anhui's legal aid services, hoping that legal specialists there could help him resolve the dispute.

Legal aid helps out senior in need


Li, a man in his sixties suffering from multiple medical ailments, is leading a difficult life with his wife in a small town under the city of Wuxue in Hubei province as a result of his considerable medical expenses.

Hebei’s judicial department mobilizes Party cells to fight poverty


In recent years, the Judicial Department of North China's Hebei province spared no effort to fight the critical battle against poverty, fully mobilizing grassroots Party organizations, or Party cells, across its administrative system to help out impoverished rural families.

Shanxi streamlines notarial services to improve business environment


In its latest effort to improve the province's business environment, the judicial department of North China's Shanxi province has further streamlined its notarial services, more than doubling the number of matters capable of being notarized during a single visit to a notary office.

Provinces take measures to promote newly-passed Civil Code


Since the passage of China's first Civil code during the third session of 13th National People's Congress in late May, provinces have taken a variety of measures to publicize this encompassing fundamental law that profoundly influences people's social lives.

Ministry of Justice promotes overall law-based governance with smart technology


The Ministry of Justice attached great importance to the application of smart technology in recent years as it built a big data-based smart platform and system, established an emergency command system for judicial administration, substantially improved its ability to ensure cybersecurity, and formed up a general framework of digital rule of law coupled with smart justice.

Legal aid brings hope to impoverished rural family


Since 2014, He Jinfang has been working as a dedicated lawyer at the legal aid center of Funing county in East China's Jiangsu province, helping people in financial difficulties face-to-face through a small window.

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