Answered By: Kate Britt
Last Updated: Jan 05, 2018     Views: 11


Chinese law resources can be found in a couple ways on the Law Library's E-Resource page

  • Under "Browse E-Resources by...." select "Jurisdictions" then "China"
  • Under "Search for E-Resources," select "Subject" and search for "China"

Here are two useful databases available to MLaw students and patrons on the Michigan campus:

  • ChinaLawInfo is a particularly useful E-Resource that has comprehensive coverage of official gazettes, law journals, as well as laws and regulations, cases and legal news in both national and provincial levels in China.
  • Foreign Law Guide (Reynolds & Flores) is a great starting place for any foreign legal research. Select "China, People's Republic of" from the alphabetical list of countries to find a wealth of information about the Chinese legal system, primary legal sources, and topic-specific laws.


To find Chinese materials in print, search the MLaw catalog using "China" in the subject field.


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