For almost half a decade, Columbia Law School has been bridging the legal communities of China and the U.S., bringing in some of the first students from China, helping to establish law clinics in China, and placing graduates in some of the highest levels of the legal profession in China and throughout the world.

The Hong Yen Chang Center for Chinese Legal Studies prepares students to take on leadership roles in Chinese law, and provides them with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in China's rapidly changing legal environment. The center provides a wide range of China-related curricular, extracurricular, and exchange activity and serves as a bridge to the Chinese legal community.

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Assessing Chinese Legal Reforms, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Autonomy Through Separation?: Environmental Law and the Basic Law of Hong Kong, Benjamin L. Liebman

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China's Network Justice, Benjamin L. Liebman and Tim Wu

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Class Action Litigation in China, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Clean Air, Clean Processes? The Struggle over Air Pollution Law in the People's Republic of China, William P. Alford and Benjamin L. Liebman

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Innovation through Intimidation: An Empirical Account of Defamation Litigation in China, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Legal Reform: China's Law-Stability Paradox, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Leniency in Chinese Criminal Law? Everyday Justice in Henan, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Watchdog or Demagogue? The Media in the Chinese Legal System, Benjamin L. Liebman

Book Reviews

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Scandal, Sukyandaru, and Chouwen, Benjamin L. Liebman

Essays

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Law in the Shadow of Violence: Can Law Help to Improve Doctor-Patient Trust in China?, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Malpractice Mobs: Medical Dispute Resolution in China, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Reputational Sanctions in China's Securities Market, Benjamin L. Liebman and Curtis J. Milhaupt

Introductions

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Celebrating Stanley Lubman, Benjamin L. Liebman and R. Randle Edwards

Working Papers

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Article 41 and the Right to Appeal, Benjamin L. Liebman

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China's Courts: Restricted Reform, Benjamin L. Liebman

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China's Network Justice, Benjamin L. Liebman and Tim Wu

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Innovation Through Intimidation: An Empirical Account of Defamation Litigation in China, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Legal Reform: China's Law-Stability Paradox, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Leniency in Chinese Criminal Law? Everyday Justice in Henan, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Malpractice Mobs: Medical Dispute Resolution in China, Benjamin L. Liebman

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Reputational Sanctions in China's Securities Market, Benjamin L. Liebman and Curtis J. Milhaupt

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Scandal, Sukyandaru, and Chouwen, Benjamin L. Liebman