Over the past four years, the judicial bureau in Zhuhai, a coastal city in South China's Guangdong province, has been committed to eradicating poverty in three registered poor villages.
The project of combining postal services and law publicity launched by North China's Shanxi province has become a brand of the province and achieved desirable outcomes.
The judicial department of Zhejiang has joined two other provincial agencies in launching a law publicity campaign to promote China's first Civil Code, which was adopted by the country's top legislature in late May.
The Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and seven other authorities have jointly issued a circular on a campaign to study and promote the newly adopted Civil Code.
The judicial administrative system of Sichuan, a southwestern province, has been devoting tremendous efforts to helping impoverished population shake off poverty.
"If I were him, what would I do?" this is the question Xu Rong, a Beijing-based lawyer, constantly asked herself during her decade-long career as a legal aid lawyer.
Shandong province in East China has released a three-year action plan for the building of rule of law in its rural areas.
Tang Yijun, Minister of Justice, called for improving the quality and efficiency of legislative work during his survey tour of the ministry's legislative departments on July 6.
During an interview shortly before June 26, the 33th International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, Tang Yijun, Minister of Justice, elaborated on the progress made by China's judicial administrative system in drug rehabilitation.
China's Ministry of Justice has recently published draft rules on government inspections to solicit public opinions.
China has published a set of books to help the public better understand the newly-adopted Civil Code, the publisher said on July 6.
The eastern province of Jiangsu has given full play to mediation as a major way to address disputes during the period of epidemic control.