The Department of Justice of East China's Jiangsu province, together with the province's lawyers’ association, readjusted their legal service resources after the COVID-19 outbreak in late January to ensure adequate legal services for every community and village in the province.
The Ministry of Justice recently released its annual report on building a law-based government, stating that progress was made in all the aspects in 2019.
China's judicial administrative organs at all levels have taken various steps to ensure the well-being of the families of police officers who have been working tirelessly to shield the country's prisons from the novel coronavirus since its outbreak.
The Bureau of Public Legal Services Administration of the Ministry of Justice and the China Notary Association have jointly released a guideline on strengthening the discipline of the notary profession and the connection between administrative punishments and the profession's self-disciplinary measures.
The Bureau of Public Legal Service Administration of the Ministry of Justice has rolled out a set of measures for the qualification examination of notary candidates in an effort to streamline the process and beef up the country's notary force.
The Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) has opened a special section on its online service platform for lawyers, aiming to enhance the protection of their right to practice law.
The Department of Justice of Beijing has enacted a basket of nine specific measures in a bid to help local law firms, especially small and medium-sized ones, navigate the ongoing pandemic.
China has set a timetable for improving rule of law in its vast rural areas, according to a guideline made public on Mar 25.
The Ministry of Justice has published the first typical cases on public legal services for epidemic prevention and enterprises' work resumption amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Ministry of Justice recently released a guideline calling on judicial administrative authorities at all levels to step up their effort to resolve disputes during and after the epidemic.
The Judicial Department of Beijing has been sticking to the rule of law throughout the period of epidemic prevention and control, providing strong legal support for the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak.
Chinese authorities have issued a guideline encouraging lawyers to provide more legal services for private enterprises to facilitate their production resumption amid the novel coronavirus disease outbreak.