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TitleA profession reborn: the enactment of the PRCs new lawyers law is a major step forward in the restoration of the Chinese legal profession
 
AuthorsZhang, XC
 
KeywordsLaw
 
Issue Date1996
 
PublisherButterworths Asia (HK). The Journal's web site is located at http://www.hk-lawyer.com/
 
CitationHong Kong Lawyer, 1996, Aug, p. 32-34 [How to Cite?]
 
AbstractOn 15 May 1996, the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress enacted the first legislation specifically tailored for lawyers within the PRC, entitled the Law on Lawyers of the PRC (the Law). It will come into effect on the 1 January 1997 and replaces the outdated Interim Regulations on Lawyers of 1980. The enactment represents an ideological breakthrough after seven years of drafting and several serious discussions among the top leaders of China. In addition, it sets the stage for the further development of the legal profession in China.
 
ISSN1464-6595
 
SSRN1849436
 
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dc.description.abstractOn 15 May 1996, the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress enacted the first legislation specifically tailored for lawyers within the PRC, entitled the Law on Lawyers of the PRC (the Law). It will come into effect on the 1 January 1997 and replaces the outdated Interim Regulations on Lawyers of 1980. The enactment represents an ideological breakthrough after seven years of drafting and several serious discussions among the top leaders of China. In addition, it sets the stage for the further development of the legal profession in China.
 
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dc.publisherButterworths Asia (HK). The Journal's web site is located at http://www.hk-lawyer.com/
 
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dc.rightsCreative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License
 
dc.subjectLaw
 
dc.titleA profession reborn: the enactment of the PRCs new lawyers law is a major step forward in the restoration of the Chinese legal profession
 
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