This paper focusses on the role of P.R.C. Universities in the re-structuring and development of Law and Legal institutions in China in the form of on empirical study. The author concludes that neither the American nor the Canadian proposals could be characterised as attempts made at the modernization of the Chinese laws and institutions of legal training in China through a process of substitution or transplantation. However, historical events that overtook these processes for rapid advancement in May/ June of 1989, are bound to have a severe impact on the future direction that China may take in the field of law, legal institutions, the ideology of law and human rights. (Editor’s abstract.)
Marasinghe, Dr Lakshman
"Law schools as a factor of development in China,"
National Law School Journal: Vol. 2:
1, Article 14.
Available at: https://repository.nls.ac.in/nlsj/vol2/iss1/14